How bad is it?

Now I see that the Liberals are in full panic mode …

Here is a video of the incident.

What was Wayne Easter thinking? More to the point: why are the Trudeau Liberals so frightened? What evidence might come out if the WE Charity inquiries are allowed to go on? How bad can it b? We know that the Kielburgers paid Margaret and Sasha Trudeau tens (hundreds?) of thousands of dollars for speaking engagements when they never seemed to have paid anyone else. We know that the Trudeau regime tried to award a multi-hundred million dollar contract to one of the Kielburger brother’s enterprises to manage a paid volunteer (isn’t that an oxymoron?) programme for students. We know that Justin Trudeau’s ministers lied about awarding proposed sole source the contract being the civil service’s idea when, in fact, it was discussed by ministers and the Kielburger brothers first, and then fed to the bureaucrats for action.

The, early this afternoon, this …

… the Liberals are trying to erase history. They seem to be trying to tell us, through a (too largely) compliant media that nothing ever happened. ‘No one asked for documents, there is no scandal, nothing happened, nothing to see here, move along, folks … oh, look at the new rent subsidy programme!

The question is why. We already know the basics. Is there something worse? Is there something that must be hidden from any and all eyes because someone may have said or done something that goes beyond mer conflict of interest? Was a crime committed? Is §121 of the Criminal Code of Canada open on a lot of desks in Ottawa? (§118 defines an “official” as “a person who holds an office.”)

What going on smacks, to me of desperation. We all know, already, that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has, as a former Parliamentary ethics watchdog put it, “an ethical blindspot.” Is it worse than that? Is he also a suspected criminal?

Published by Ted Campbell

Old, retired Canadian soldier, Conservative ~ socially moderate, but a fiscal hawk. A husband, father and grandfather. Published material is posted under the "Fair Dealing" provisions (§29) of the Copyright Act for the purposes of research, private study and education.

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