Sajjan’s battles wage on social media

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OTTAWA—Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan’s climb down after taking credit for planning a major offensive more than a decade ago in Afghanistan stirs social media mocking.

Here are some highlights from Twitter:

<bullet> “Minister Sajjan, your planning of Operation Overlord & the D-Day landings was inspiring.” @ErinOTooleMP.

<bullet> “The attack on the Death Star would not have been possible without retrieval of the station’s blueprints by Minister Sajjan.” @tedlaking.

<bullet> “Thank heaven for #SajjanBattles. Without his leadership and planning, the Germans would still own Vimy Ridge.” @Deannormanjones.

<bullet> “At the Battle of Thermopylae, Harjit Sajjan led 300 Spartans against the Persians.” @EttoreFiorani.

<bullet> “New remastered movie to correct errors in the first movie: Who Really Saved Private Ryan: Epic Battle Plan of @HarjitSajjan.” @WarAgainstElite.

<bullet> “Thanks to @HarjitSajjan’s foresight and musket skills Canada was able to defend against the Americans in the war of 1812.” @BenJSilverman6.