Bring Home Stolen Cars

Justin Trudeau's mismanagement of our federal ports has turned them into parking lots for stolen cars that then disappear overseas.

Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is in charge of protecting our borders. But the federal Port of Montreal, where the majority of stolen cars leave Canada, only has five agents to inspect the massive volume of containers that leave each year, according to the Journal de Montreal. They also only have one X-ray scanner that constantly breaks down. Federal ports in Vancouver, Prince Rupert, and Halifax tell a similar story.

According to Peel Detective Mark Haywood, the CBSA checks less than 1 percent of all containers leaving the country.

Has Justin Trudeau worked with CBSA to fix the problem? No. He’s done the exact opposite. Despite car thefts skyrocketing, CBSA is seizing about the same number of cars today at the federal port of Montreal as they were years ago, frequently ignoring suspicious containers, even after they’re reported.

Meanwhile, Justin Trudeau continues to waste CBSA’s money. Last year Justin Trudeau spent $15 million on useless management consultants at CBSA. And don’t forget he spent $54,000,000 on the ArriveCan app, which not only didn’t work properly, but is currently being investigated by the RCMP for corruption.

And CBSA failed to spend $117,000,000 that had already been approved by Parliament. This is yet another example of Liberal mismanagement and inability to deliver results on desperately needed reforms to ensure Canada’s criminal laws are enforced. No wonder our federal ports can’t keep up with increased volumes. Justin Trudeau is more concerned with enriching well-connected insiders than keeping you safe.