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Jennifer Bush is a resident of Barrie, Ontario. [5] [10] On September 6, 2017 she became infamous for making Islamophobic comments while heckling New Democratic Party (NDP) leadership candidate Jagmeet Singh. [4] [21]

Personal Life

Photo of Jennifer Bush with her father at an arm wrestling competition in Penatanguishine, Ontario which she won

Jennifer Bush lives in Barrie, Ontario. She enjoys smoking cigarettes. [15] [19] She is a practicing Christian and is involved with the United Christians Of Canada. [9] Jennifer joined Facebook in October, 2016. Jennifer Bush enjoys arm wrestling and once won an arm wrestling competition in Penatanguishine, Ontario which she competed in with her father. [13] [10]


Jennifer Bush is involved in both fringe and mainstream right wing movements in Canada, the Netherlands, the United States, and other western countries. Jennifer supports nationalist politicians and journalists who are against Islam, multiculturalism, and immigration. [5] [6] [7] [8] [9]

Jennifer Bush is a supporter of Rise Canada a group that opposes to Islam calling the religion “a barbaric ideology of hate that must be banned,” and proposed “a permanent ban on all Muslim immigrants PLUS mass deportation of existing Muslims.” [21]

Jennifer Bush is involved in two groups on Facebook supporting the Cultural Action Party a Canadian socially conservative nationalist political party dedicated to the preservation of English Canadian, French Canadian, and First Nations culture. [9] She is also a supporter of the far-right Pegida (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West) Canada. Jennifer supports the 3 Percenters Canada a far-right patriot movement. She is a supporter of Conservative Party of Canada leader Andrew Scheer. [6] [7] [8]

Photo of Jennifer Bush with a Canadian flag

Jennifer Bush supports President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence of the Republican Party (US). She is also a supporter of the Blue Lives Matter movement. Jennifer supports the far-right men's organization, the Proud Boys. She a supporter of the Dutch far-right Freedom Party (Netherlands) lead by Geert Wilders. Jennifer is a supporter of the far-right Britain First political party that supports British nationalism. [6] [7] [8]

Jennifer Bush is a supporter of right wing media icons and outlets including Tucker Carlson of Fox News, Ben Shapiro, Ezra Levant of Rebel Media, and Matt Walsh of The Blaze. [6] [7] [8]

Heckling of Jagmeet Singh

Video of Jennifer Bush heckling Jagmeet Singh from the Brampton Focus

On September 6, 2017 Jennifer Bush yelled Islamophobic comments while heckling New Democratic Party (NDP) leadership candidate Jagmeet Singh. The incident took place at a campaign event organized by Jagmeet called "Jagmeet and Greet" in Brampton, Ontario. [20]

Jennifer Bush went on stage and accusing Jagmeet of being tied to Muslim extremists, despite without any evidence, especially since Jagmeet being Sikh not Muslim. She accused him of being “in bed with Sharia (law)” and the Muslim Brotherhood. Jagmeet Singh reacted to Jennifer Bush's comments by leading the crowd in a chant for “love and courage” as the woman shouts inaudibly. He also said, “We don’t want to be intimidated by hate,” and “We don’t want hatred to ruin a positive event.” Before the tirade, she introduced herself as Jennifer and stated that she came to the event since Jagmeet had not answered her calls. [4] [2]

After about four minutes, during which people around Singh try repeatedly to coax the woman out of the room, she eventually leaves of her own accord. When she left, Jagmeet said, “You know growing up as a brown-skin, turbanned, bearded man, that I’ve faced things like this before. It’s not a problem. We can deal with it. There’s going to be other obstacles that we’re going to face and we’re going to face them with love and courage.” [20] [2]


Youtube Video
Jennifer Bush explains why she heckled Jagmeet Singh @Ford Fest

On September 9, 2017 Jennifer Bush explained her motivation for heckling Jagmeet Singh in a video posted on the YouTube channel Justin Trudeau Derangement Syndrome. The video was filmed at Ford Fest annual barbecue by conservative Toronto politicians Rob Ford and Doug Ford Jr. [21]

In the video, she explained that she knew that Jagmeet Singh was Sikh not Muslim and explained that her opposition to him was based on his policies. She also stated that her objections were not about color or religion and that she has worked with Hindus in her opposition to Jagmeet. Specifically she was against his strong opposition to banning the niqāb a cloth that covers the face which some Muslim women wear. [21]

She is also opposed to Jagmeet's support of Motion 103 which states that the members of the House of Commons call on the Government of Canada to condemn Islamophobia in Canada and "all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination ". It also calls on the Canadian House of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage to carry out a study on how racism and religious discrimination can be reduced and collect data on hate crimes. [23] [21]

In the video, she also criticized Jagmeet Singh for being denied entry into India. [21] Jagmeet's visa had been denied after he spoke out about the killing of 3,000 Sikhs in New Delhi and elsewhere after the assassination of Indira Gandhi on Oct. 31, 1984, by her own bodyguards. While the Indian government called the killings the 1984 anti-Sikh riots Jagmeet stated he believed that it was "a state-sponsored massacre" or a genocide. [22]

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