Justin From Canada is in Very Serious Legal Trouble – Former AG Testifies Against Prime Minister…

Justin from Canada is in very serious legal jeopardy after recent revelations that he interfered the Canadian Attorney General’s office regarding the prosecution of a Quebec engineering firm SNC-Lavalin surrounding bribes to Libyan government officials.

Canadian political pundit from Rebel Media, Ezra Levant, tweeted out an excellent summary, and then provided a very well organized video to highlight stunning testimony from the former Canadian AG.  Here is Mr. Levant’s explanation:

For my American and British friends: Canada’s Justin Trudeau is done. He might try to fight on; I personally think he’s too damaged. He’s irreparably damaged. Here’s what happened in a few short tweets.

Trudeau was detonated today by his former Attorney General, Jody Wilson-Raybould, Canada’s first Aboriginal A-G. She just testified in Parliament, in meticulous detail, how Trudeau and his staff tried to get her to drop criminal charges against a corrupt company that he liked.

She refused to bend the law for Trudeau’s cronies. But they didn’t stop. Trudeau; his chief of staff; his principal secretary; even the finance minister. They met her ten times, phoned her ten more. trying to get the charges dropped. She wouldn’t. So Trudeau fired her as A-G.

The story leaked out earlier this month, but it was all anonymous sources. The former A-G herself didn’t say a word, saying she was bound by attorney-client privilege and cabinet confidences. She was effectively gagged; so Trudeau was the only one talking.

Trudeau took advantage of her enforced silence to claim she supported him and everything was fine. After all, when he fired her as A-G, he appointed her to the minor post of veterans minister.

When she heard him make that boast, she quit as veterans minister. He was shocked.

Then suddenly Gerald Butts, Trudeau’s right hand man — his best friend since college — resigned, claiming he had done nothing wrong. Which is odd. It looked like a compromise — Butts left, so Wilson-Raybould met with the cabinet and the caucus again.

Wilson-Raybould still didn’t say anything publicly. She hired a retired Supreme Court judge as her lawyer, to advise her on what she could say. Under pressure, the Liberal dominated Parliamentary committee invited her to testify, and Trudeau grudgingly waived some privilege.

So today she testified. In great detail. Exactly who pressured her. Exactly how. Exactly when. She named names. Including the prime minister himself. Here’s her statement: (LINK)

It’s against the law to pressure the Attorney General to obstruct a criminal prosecution. Here’s Canada’s Criminal Code. Section 139(2) is obstruction — it carries a 10-year prison term. (LINK)

Last detail. Jody Wilson-Raybould’s father was an Aboriginal activist who butted heads with Justin Trudeau’s father. Here they are bantering. Bill Wilson tells Pierre Trudeau that his daughter Jody wants to be PM one day. Maybe she will be?

Here’s a great video breakdown:

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250 Responses to Justin From Canada is in Very Serious Legal Trouble – Former AG Testifies Against Prime Minister…

  1. Golly. Not the tiny dancer. NOT THE TINY DANCER !!!!

    Liked by 12 people

    • olderwiser21 says:

      Justieeeeeen – we hardly knew ye!

      Liked by 4 people

    • bgtomli says:

      I have personal experience with SNC-Lavalin as a corrupt contractor. Bribery of client representatives is SOP for them. Glad the little toad got caught.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Marsha Frey says:

        It’s interesting – these evil empires (companies/politicians) may succeed for a while, even quite a long time — but then the inevitable day comes when it all explodes. It only takes one wrong move to bring the house down and it was Trudeau and his nefarious cabinet members arrogance that did the deed here. I admire the AG, what a gal — integrity to the bone – not many of them in politics anymore.

        Liked by 3 people

  2. Zorro says:

    What kind of dance can he do to get out of this scandal?

    Liked by 6 people

  3. covfefe999 says:

    That was an amazing video. I’m so glad you put that up, Sundance, and I’m so glad I took the time to watch it.

    Liked by 5 people

  4. Anonymous says:

    I have a hard time keeping up with Canada. Is Levant reflecting the majority opinion or a bit of an outlier (on how damaging allegations are).


    • WES says:

      Trudope will not resign! Graft is what Trudope is very good at!

      After all “Graft” is Quebec’s favorite in door sport!

      Liked by 2 people

      • olderwiser21 says:

        Wes – yes, why should Justine resign? All he needs to do is look at the people in charge of Virginia and follow their lead. No resignation necessary – just a couple of whimpers and a few days embarrassing news coverage and all will be well. Hang in there, buddy. s/c

        Liked by 1 person

    • David Wiebe says:

      Living in SW Manitoba and carefully watching social media I believe that there is a shrinking number of people that agree with Ezra , one thing I have definitely noticed is the number or of op-eds and “news”columns that are in support of trudo and casting a shadow of doubt , if not outright maligning JWR


    • Maquis says:

      Levant is a Conservative, a group as embattled there as we are here, but I suspect his take here will resonate with a majority of our northern neighbors.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Guffman says:

      Much like the US, a majority of Canadians don’t pay nearly enough attention and are brainwashed by a media who only tells the part of the story that is favorable to their political puppetmasters.

      Watch the video I posted earlier in these comments to get a fuller, eye-opening picture of the scope of the problem.

      Ezra and his company Rebel Media are doing a great job, but they’re painted by the MSM up here as a far-right, lunatic fringe media outlet, which again a LARGE swath of the public blindly swallows as fact. Sad to see so many sheep being led to the slaughter.

      Liked by 3 people

      • cali says:

        @Guffman: The Canadian citizens are catching on sharing a solidarity with the yellow vests in Europe in ever increasing numbers. Of course the media has a blackout not only about the yellow vests in France, Germany and the UK but also the ones in Canada.

        Like his buddies in France, Germany and the UK now its Trudeau’s turn being exposed as the globalist he is. The citizens in Canada have similar complaints to those in Europe that includes the illegal immigration flooding their country.

        Hopefully Trudeau will use better clue to affix his eyebrows as he will need it. He is as corrupt as they come and I wouldn’t be surprised to find him having donated to the CF since Libya was her war.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Dee Paul Deje says:

      I’m Canadian. It’s very strange. Everybody I talk to hates Trudeau and everything he stands for so it seems like that’s the majority opinion. Yet he got elected. Maybe it’s the company I keep.

      Liked by 1 person

      • donna kovacevic says:

        Dee Paul Deje another Canadian here, and many i talk to and know can NOT stand Justine Trudope. It is not your company it is the majority of sane Canadians with brain cells. I believe the election was rigged just like in 1990 when the NDP won Ontario, yet everyone was saying they did not vote for Bob Rae at the time. Now days he is a Liberal go figure. Justine is supposed to release the federal budget in a couple of months, he is betting on that


  5. Deplorable Canuck says:

    Hey all, we are beginning to be very hopeful here that Trudeau’s days are numbered. The next election is certainly lost, in October 2019. But it is highly possible Justine the drama queen will be out i weeks, maybe days. If the Cops get involved, which is possible, he will be required to resign. I cannot begin to tell you how happy we conservatives are. Now all we need is a Trump running the Conservative party.

    Liked by 5 people

    • John Bosley says:

      Not too late I hope.
      Turdo will soldier on oblivious to the ROC ( rest of Canada ) and will not resign.
      He will ride this out, it is basically a he said/she said thing.
      With 11 of his current and former ministers lining up to gang up on her it will be a they said/ she said thing.

      Main point in all of this is, Alberta needs that oil pipeline and bad.
      It is hanging on by its fingernails.
      A constitutional crisis is brewing worse than Quebec seperation.
      Alberta wants out soon before it goes under.
      The next Prime Minister will be one who says damn the torpedoes and full steam ahead on the pipeline.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Deplorable Canuck says:

        Agree with you on the pipe line but not the “he said she said”. She presented meticulous evidence to back up her claim and there is more she could not talk about. The “he said she said” is how the left wing press are trying to spin it. She has the Facts and documents. Enough to convict IMHO.

        Liked by 5 people

        • John Bosley says:

          If they try to convict him it will be tied up in the courts for at least 3 years down the road.
          I seriously doubt they can get any charges to stick on him, haven’t seen a Prime Minister yet to be convicted whIle in office.
          We are talking about the Liberals here, they protect their own and that includes the Judges.
          He is hoping that the General voting public has a short attention span come October and that they will forget about it.
          That’s how the Ontario Libs stayed in power for so long, they had much more dirt on them then Turdo.

          Liked by 2 people

        • musicdoc2020 says:

          Good chance there is a paper and electronic trail. Phone calls are easy to prove. Maybe they even have their version of the NSA.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Mr. G says:

            Sparkle socks will survive.

            I’m sorry Canada-but you’ve been toast for quite a while. And hey, the US is not far behind, but we’ve got a chance with Trump.

            Even if Canada could find a Trump, I’m thinking that won’t be enough.


            • Mr. G says:

              And Ezra leads with “I think Justin is going to jail”. Now ask yourself, seriously, do you REALLY think Justin is ever going to jail?

              Of course not.

              Same thing here in the US with Sean Hannity and others (Sara Carter comes to mind) talking about “tick-tock”-implying that McCabe and Comey and Clapper and Obozo and others are going to be held to account (as in thrown in jail). Of course they are not going to be held to ANY account. They will PROFIT from their treasonous acts.

              But people cling to hope so they tune-in and ratings go up-

              Liked by 1 person

              • Guffman says:

                I agree with your prediction regarding Trudeau. The US bureaucrats you mention are a different story. President Trump, I believe, knows if the lawless cancer is not decisively removed from the deeply afflicted nation, it will just come back stronger – really, it hasn’t stopped growing even since PT won election. But everything I’ve read and observed about PT, and from his own words in his books, makes me believe he will do everything in his power to make this happen. It HAS to happen or your country, and as a result the world really, are screwed.

                If Comey, McCabe, Clapper, Brennan et al., are not locked up for many years before Trump leaves office I’ll be shocked, and my faith in justice, and mankind, will be shattered. Complicit and corrupt key media players who orchestrate to hide the truth from the population everyday need to be exposed and be locked up as well. Clintons and Obama, like Trudeau, I’m not sure will ever see that fate.


                • Dee Paul Deje says:

                  That is Trudeau’s own hand-picked AG throwing him under the bus with evidence to back up her claims. Pass the popcorn.

                  Liked by 1 person

                • Chimpy says:

                  Most of those corrupt Dems that you mentioned will never see the inside of a cell.

                  They won’t make it.

                  Didn’t you know that small planes crash all the time? Or how these types of “stressed individuals” commit suicide at higher rates than normal? The odds are against them, IMO.


        • Dee Paul Deje says:

          And I didn’t see her stutter once, like Trudeau does every time he opens his yap.

          Liked by 1 person

        • donna kovacevic says:

          I believe she said she had tapes as well, not 100% but she did an impeccable job testifying. Now Gerald Butts Justine’s long time friend who resigned as well will be testifying. Is this the same person that went into rehab a few years back?

          Liked by 1 person

      • Remington..... says:

        Wait one, John…I see opportunity knocks. Alberta needs that pipeline, and it may not be forthcoming, we put together a deal. It’s a perfect win – win. We give Minnesota to Canada, and take Alberta. Alberta gets it’s pipeline, and rid ourselves of mininoplace; and it’s 100,000 wankers from Somalia.

        Such a deal your eyes shouldn’t see……


      • USA First! says:

        She stated she has evidence. Hanging up does nothing when there is solid evidence.


  6. covfefe_USA says:

    I wish we had some people with that type of moral compass here.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. TMonroe says:

    “She just testified in Parliament, in meticulous detail, how Trudeau and his staff tried to get her to drop criminal charges against a corrupt company that he liked.”

    They work it a bit differently here these days. Here, you just have the previous admin start multiple secret investigations, pull any and all metadata from them and two or more clicks away, stage intimidation raids and comb through records even of attorneys for the sitting president — while you handwring about intent and negative impact on a preferred candidate, right? The latter is the one who gets the investigation dropped.

    Liked by 1 person

    • You left out the part about “high level sources” leaking damaging stories about the AG to the press to minimize the possible damage she could do. Apparently Justine missed that lesson from the US Dem playbook. Clearly Justine is an amateur at the corruption stuff. He needs some help from Lanny Davis on how to do this correctly.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Daniel says:

      It’s not “meta data.” Please stop repeating that lie. It has been revealed through the very crimes you describe, that entire conversations are recorded, the parties identified and the whole thing transcribed. The NSA collection is without any warrant based on probable cause as required by the constitution. Would it be okay if local police tapped your phone calls and informed the public that “it’s not breaking any laws because they aren’t charging you with any crimes?”

      Get the facts right if we are to eventually call the government out on their illegal programs.


  8. olddog35 says:

    Now that’s news!
    I think our Canadian neighbors might show us “Yanks” a play or two on how to “muck out the bog”!

    Liked by 1 person

  9. clipe says:

    “This is not just morally wrong, it is potentially criminal.”


    Liked by 1 person

  10. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    So THAT”S what a Justice Department that actually follows the law looks like.

    It’s kinda cool……

    Liked by 4 people

    • WES says:

      Don’t get your hopes up! Trudope is not constrained by the law! He makes the law to suit!

      Like the US all of Canada’s judges are liberal! Trudope isn’t worried one bit!

      This is what liberals do day in and day out! Corruption is the only thing liberals know!

      Liked by 5 people

  11. Ray Runge says:

    Ol Justin fooled around and caught his teats in a wringer.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Bones says:

    Don’t be fooled. Jody pushed him under the bus for good reason; his non-support of her First Nations issues. He talked a good game and did nothing so it’s payback time.

    Liked by 2 people

  13. clipe says:

    Ezra’s finest moment.

    Liked by 2 people

  14. L Martin says:

    Here is one funny video
    Justin Trudeau’s ‘Answer’ After Rempel Asks About SNC-Lavalin Allegedly Procuring Prostitutes For Muammar Gaddafi’s Son Was A Sickening Disgrace


  15. noswamp says:

    Can we give her American citizenship and have her become Asst. AG down here? Wow. Could you imagine if ANY of our previous AG’s had spoken truth to power and stood up for the rule of law like she did?

    Liked by 1 person

  16. mtk says:

    “…that he interfered the Canadian Attorney General’s office regarding the prosecution of a Quebec engineering firm SNC-Lavalin surrounding bribes to Libyan government officials.”

    Hmmm… Ya don’t say.
    It’s against the law to pressure the Attorney General to obstruct a criminal prosecution.

    OMG. Canadians have an expectation on the Rule of Law, too.
    (Sarcasm not intended, “Of coarse Canadians value the Rule of Law.)

    Here is what I want to know, before the legal rhetoric skews everything by use of the ever old political tactic of separating the facts into separate prosecutorial venues of legal double speak.

    When did these bribes take place? Libyia has not seen a functional govt in some time. Since the interfence with the AG may have less to do with an actual Trudeau bagman and more to do with the need to hedge off pesky questions.

    I ask this because here south of the border, we have been dealing with the fallout of certain political loosers up to their eyeballs in shady wheeling and dealing that had the affinity to corrupt just about everything they touched.

    Would not surprise me the least, if the steal everything not nailed tactics floated up river and washed up on the blanks of Quebec.


  17. rrick says:

    Wow, I have strong sense of deja vu here. I seem to recall another PM, or was it a supposed-president of the U.S. interfering with prosecution by an AG? And similar laws prohibiting such interference were in effect.


  18. MAGAbear says:

    Justina will declare himself to be LGTBQXYZ and therefore immune from criticism or prosecution. Which letter of the above he choses to be is up for debate. 😉

    Liked by 1 person

  19. modsquad says:

    Trudeau’s a puppet, and if things have gotten this far then the puppet masters aren’t happy with him. This is either a warning shot to get him back in line, or a firing squad to make room for their next puppet.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. distracted2 says:

    I have nothing to say because I’m too busy laughing my a$$ off.


  21. spoogels says:

    A comment

    Chretien and SNC Lavalin corruption. SNC Lavalin is well know for corruption and kickbacks to Liberals. Yet they always get the contracts. Going back years.



  22. spoogels says:

    This I didnt know

    SNC Lavalin owns CANDU and in big deals to promote CANDU in China.
    Remember it was Pierre who gave the Nuclear technology to India, China, Korea, and Pakistan. Pierre Trudeau did more to proliferate Nuclear Bombs than anyone in history.

    All sold at a discount and wrote off against Canadian Taxpayers.. Sold to India, India used to make its Nukes.

    Sold to Pakistan, Pakistan used to make nukes, sold to China, China used to make nukes. Good old Pierre. The father of the Pakistan Nuke was trained in Canada.



  23. railer says:

    I’m guessing Justin will survive this. Canada has this puritanical streak in its politics, which crops up now and again. They’ll get a bee in their bonnet and do an actual investigation of something, and the fur flies. Nothing like our contrived and controlled theatrics here, their investigations will often be meaningful and open.

    Add the indian tribe angle and associated blood feud with the Trudeau family, and here you are.

    Justin may get whacked in October, but it’ll be the voters who do that, not a Canadian swamp.


  24. StanH says:

    Poor little twink. He’s been spotted weeping inconsolably roaming around the PM residence in his favorite too-too. The opposition party has complained that twinkles is just making an emotional play for the women and LBQTUVWXYZ constituency to get his polls going up so he beat a no confidence vote at Parliament. Understandably with the political press, It has even been rumored that he’s considering a sex change operation with his wife, making it official Justine “Twinkles” Trudeau. He/she believe this will firm up his political creds.

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  25. NewSister says:

    Inspiring integrity. And courage.


  26. Doug Amos says:

    At present, it is in the hands of Ethics; not much jeopardy there for Justine. Should the RCMP step in, everything changes. Just a heads-up on Kelly, President Trump’s U N choice. She is a self-described admirer and “wonderful friend” to “Miss NAFTA”, Freeland. Maybe all you need to know about C K.


  27. Sharpshorts says:

    “Jody Wilson-Raybould’s father was an Aboriginal activist…”
    In what way and why would this even matter?

    Aboriginal’s definition: being the first or earliest known of its kind present in a region

    The combination of terms makes no sense to me – was he an Aboriginal Canadian, an Aboriginal earthman or what…? It’s espesially weird that it is being capitalized, as if this type of activist is a class of species or a race.


  28. Bob Smith says:

    What ought to be investigated is SNC Lavalin political contributions to who ever and what they got.


  29. truthzzzz says:

    Too bad. So sad. Bye bye, Justin. Couldn’t happen to a more deserving person (used loosely).

    By her honesty, that tribal member (European additions) is more qualified that Trudeau.


  30. Summer says:

    Saw this Ezra’s thread on twitter when he posted it (I follow him) and my first and only thought was “move along, nothing to see here, this is Sparkly Socks, the lovable Dancing Queen of Rainbow, no procureur raisonnable would ever…”


  31. he lost me forever with the eyebrows.


  32. Mongo says:

    Ezra makes the very important point that when this token female aboriginal Justice Minister was tested she responded with immense courage and integrity.
    She stood up and stood tall.

    What is also very interesting about this is how Katy Telford from the Prime Minister’s office informed her that they could get many op eds in the media supporting her if she yielded to their pressure.
    Trudeau gave the Canadian media $595 million, quid pro quo?
    They also give the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation over billion a year.
    Telford’s remark about getting supporting op eds is getting almost zero play in the Canadian MSM, unsurprisingly.


  33. David K. Peers says:

    You might want to provide some balance to this post rather than just take idiot Ezra Levant’s word for things.

    SNC Lavalin is an international engineering firm that employs 50,000 people in North America. New Canadian legislation is in place to allow punitive action against the corporation for malfeasance – similar to a law in the US and the UK that sanctions companies that run into this trouble but does not create existential risk. Trudeau, and the Canadian government requested Raybould-Wilson apply this sanction rather than continue prosecution that would essentially put the company into bankruptcy and expose it to a takeover by a Chinese government owned competitor. Similar takeover attempts had previously been blocked by the Canadian government because of a risk to Canadian and North American security.

    Raybould-Wilson refused to do what her governing team requested her to do because of her ‘social justice warrior’ stance that comes from gender identity and heritage. Essentially she is getting even by destroying a company worth tens of billions of dollars and employing tens of thousands of wippl.

    The irony is Justin from Canada, a social justice warrior himself, gave an aboriginal female a major opportunity within a system geared against her. This is how she repaid him, costing 50,000 people their livelihoods, costing Trudeau his political career and exposing the country to the possibility of a radical socialist party forming a government once this one inevitably falls.

    I have no idea what Ezra Levant said nor really who he is. I’ve heard he’s Canada’s Alex Jones. No one in these parts pays much attention to him. What we have to pay attention to is after the pile on of making fun of Justin from Canada, a really unseemly bullying stance Sundance has taken, 50,000 or more North
    American jobs are going to be lost.

    Live by the social justice warrior sword, die by the social justice warrior sword.


    • abtrapper says:

      Engineering jobs follow projects. If SNC isn’t bidding so other contractor is and they hire as they need employees. Not one job will be lost.
      The trudeau government is corrupt to the bone as is the province of quebek.


  34. Sadly Canadian says:

    Many in Canada are waiting for the demise of this idiot. Scary how many women and weirdo men still like him. Please continue the coverage. We need the word to get out before he destroys our country.


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