Jagmeet Singh's "F" score as a party leader is based on assessment of his personal leadership on 9 measurement categories relating to policy, voting, or actions, summaried as follows:
As a brand new federal MP, Singh has not yet had the opportunity to vote in the House of Commons on life and family issues. However, in his former life as a provincial Ontario MPP, he had a deplorable voting record, consistently voting to destroy religious freedom and the right of parents to guide the moral education of their own children.
Singh is a hard core pro-abortionist who believes that the practice of having an abortionist dismember and decapitate children in the womb is somehow a genuine “right”.
He often uses the euphemistic expression of “reproductive rights” to hide the reality that every abortion is a violent assault on a baby in the womb.
Singh is also a strong supporter of the forms of homicide called euthanasia and assisted suicide.
Despite identifying himself as a person of the Sikh faith, Singh strongly opposes the true definition of marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
During the federal NDP leadership race, Singh’s platform included several campaign promises to the homosexual lobby.
Singh is fully on-board with transgender ideology including the un-scientific theories of gender identity, multiple genders and gender fluidity.
Singh speaks as if he is oblivious to the fact that Gender Dysphoria is listed in the official Diagnostics & Statistics Manual (DSM) of the American Psychiatric Association as a mental disorder.
The NDP Leader seems to labour under the erroneous belief that this form of sexual confusion is something that people are born with and is unchangeable, like skin color or eye color.
Singh does not support a democratic nomination process in the NDP’s candidate selection process.
For many years, the NDP has banned Canadians who oppose abortion from being able to run as candidates. Likewise for those who believe in the biblical definition of marriage.
Singh has continued this discriminatory NDP policy since taking over as Leader.
Singh opposes freedom of expression for socially-conservative Canadians, as well as freedom of religion. As an Ontario MPP, he voted for legislation which undermined these fundamental freedoms.
Jagmeet Singh is in favor of decriminalizing marijuana, the dangerous gateway drug to harder narcotics like cocaine and heroin.
In fact, Singh is such an extremist that he not only supports the decriminalization of this highly-addictive, mind-altering drug, but he wants to decriminalize all drugs, including fentanyl, cocaine, crack and heroin.
When he served as an Ontario MPP, Singh voted repeatedly against parental rights in the education of their own children.
He voted in favour of a law (Bill 13) to impose homosexual and transgender student clubs on all publicly-funded schools, including Catholic schools, which, by definition, are opposed to homosexual practice.
Singh also voted for Bill 89, a totalitarian, anti-parent law which gave Children’s Aid agencies the power to ban Christian and other faith-based couples from adopting children, and the additional power to seize biological children from parents who disagree with LGBT and transgender ideologies.
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