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Thread: Fed Issue #92 - Report that Trudeau pressured and then fired the attourney general.

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    2213 Bias Fed Issue #92 - Report that Trudeau pressured and then fired the attourney general.

    Issue - TBD ???

    Interesting, we will see if the PM office actually pressured and when they didn't get the response they wanted they fired the Justice Minister.

    https://www.theglobeandmail.com/poli...f-snc-lavalin/

    https://www.theglobeandmail.com/poli...-pmo-directed/
    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is denying that senior officials in the Prime Ministerís Office ďdirectedĒ Jody Wilson-Raybould when she was justice minister and attorney-general to intervene in the corruption and fraud case of SNC-Lavalin Group Inc., but he would not say whether they tried to influence her to abandon a prosecution and trial of the Montreal corporate giant.

    The Globe and Mail reported on Wednesday that Mr. Trudeauís office attempted to press Ms. Wilson-Raybould to get the Public Prosecution Service of Canada to shelve court proceedings against SNC-Lavalin in favour of a negotiated deal without trial.





    CPC asking for answers, I have to agree with Scheer that this PM needs to fully disclose and his word can't be trusted.
    https://www.facebook.com/AndrewSchee...0429781673673/


    Ethics, spending, deficits, immigration, pipelines... etc. and here is a tiny reminder of how "honest" Justlied Trudeau is.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iY3I2ewuxQ0

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    We need to ask WHY did they ask them to back off on SNC. What do they care ... that it is a Quebec based company they are trying to save? Pffff.

    Or is it because if they investigate they will uncover some government (Liberal) ties to this.

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    Filthy pigs.

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    Well....supporting a big player like SNC in Quebec is right out of the red playbook...

    We’ll see if the Conservatives can capitalize on it...they’ll need some help this fall with the NDP in shambles

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    SNC, Bombardier both Quebec companies with incestuous liberal ties. Make no mistake, this is a big one. The timing of the Vice Admiral Norman court case will be brutal for Trudough and his bunch of imbeciles. I’m actually almost starting to think Trudough won’t get another majority. The problem with that is the NDP will be the tail waging the dog. That’s probably worse than a Trudough majority.
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    Quote Originally Posted by terrym View Post
    SNC, Bombardier both Quebec companies with incestuous liberal ties. Make no mistake, this is a big one. The timing of the Vice Admiral Norman court case will be brutal for Trudough and his bunch of imbeciles. I’m actually almost starting to think Trudough won’t get another majority. The problem with that is the NDP will be the tail waging the dog. That’s probably worse than a Trudough majority.
    That's why we must work hard to advance Conservative principles by donating and actively campaigning against every liberal candidate instead of posting here and arguing with the Liberal trolls on internet forums. It's time to dig in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    That's why we must work hard to advance Conservative principles by donating and actively campaigning against every liberal candidate instead of posting here and arguing with the Liberal trolls on internet forums. It's time to dig in.
    This is also a good place, just pointing out the issues should convince some, we know the Lib trolls are only here to distort reality but we need people to know the outrageous issues this gov't has, in 3 years they have made 10 years of Conservative polices look like perfection... it is up to the voter if they want to be an accomplice in the sabotage of Canada's future (Lib/NDP) or a better option but if a person has any concern about the future, the youth etc. ... ah you get the idea. Balanced budgets in 2040 and interest payments the largest expenditure or a better future....

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    Yep.
    Most people I talk to are sick of the fool

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    Quote Originally Posted by glen View Post
    Yep.
    Most people I talk to are sick of the fool
    I agree. However, many won't aknowledge they voted liberal and when cornered, don't have a clue why. It's pathetic just how many folks out there don't have an understanding of what each parties policy is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushmoose View Post
    I agree. However, many won't aknowledge they voted liberal and when cornered, don't have a clue why. It's pathetic just how many folks out there don't have an understanding of what each parties policy is.
    I think we can re word your response to include,

    It's pathetic just how many folks out there don't have a a clue...politics, smarts, common sense and who are gullible beyond belief.

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