Parliament Hill had more than a minor shakeup yesterday. After refusing to apologize for calling another MP a racist, Jagmeet Singh was removed from the House of Commons. His wife, Gurkiran Kaur Sidhu, shared her support for him on social media.\nShe first tweeted about the event, sharing a CP24 article that covered it and writing "we don't back down✊🏾."\nKaur also shared a screenshot of the tweet on Instagram with a longer message of support for Singh's callout of another MP.\n"My darling Jagmeet, don't ever back down, fight racism with every inch of your existence," she wrote, "And, I'll always walk with you on this path."\nShe then relayed the story to highlight her husband's actions.\nAs reported by CBC, Singh had put forward a motion to recognize the existence of systemic racism in the RCMP.\nAll but one MP, Bloc Quebecois member Alain Therrien, agreed. Therriault said "No," effectively stopping the motion.*\nSingh called Therriault a racist, and was asked to apologize for his remarks.\n"Apologize for calling out racism? Apologize for what he believes? Apologize for wanting a better and inclusive canada? Apologize for wanting to stop the murder of Indigenous and Black lives?" Kaur asked.\nView this post on Instagram My darling Jagmeet, don't ever back down, fight racism with every inch of your existence. And, I'll always walk with you on this path. Friends, Today, Jagmeet brought forward a motion addressing systemic racism within the RCMP. He proposed to review where money is spent and focusing more on mental health + non violent intervention. Just as it was about to pass ONE MP voted NO and blocked the motion. What happened next is infuriating and sad. But, it was a reflective of a deeper problem. After Jagmeet called out and named the racism of this MP, Parliament asked Jagmeet, not the MP to apologize. Apologize for calling out racism? Apologize for what he believes? Apologize for wanting a better and inclusive canada? Apologize for wanting to stop the murder of Indigenous and Black lives? Jagmeet rightfully refused. And, when he didn't apologize, he was kicked out of the House of Commons. I am so proud of my husband today for fighting back against racism and calling it out for what it is ✊🏾. A post shared by ginu sidhu (@gurkirankaur_) on Jun 17, 2020 at 5:49pm PDT\nAfter refusing to offer Therriault an apology, Singh was asked to leave the House Of Commons for the rest of the day.\n"I am so proud of my husband today for fighting back against racism and calling it out for what it is ✊🏾," Kaur wrote, concluding her post.\nView this post on Instagram Here are my thoughts Les gens ont demandé ce qui s'est passé en Chambre aujourd'hui • Voici ce que j'en pense A post shared by Jagmeet Singh (@jagmeetsingh) on Jun 17, 2020 at 8:25pm PDT\nSingh shared a clip from a press conference he gave where he explained his actions and told the story from his point of view.\nHe claimed that after Therriault said no, he also waved his hand dismissively.\n"I'll be honest with you, I got angry, but I'm sad now," Singh said, "Because why can't we act? Why can't we do something to save people's lives?"\n*This story has been updated.