Justin From Canada Discusses SNC-Lavalin Scandal and Claims the PMO Obstructed Justice…

Justin from Canada holds a heavily controlled and practiced press conference to discuss the SNC-Lavalin scandal.  The amount of time was limited by plan and schedule; The media audience was limited; the media questioners were carefully pre-selected; the answers were well rehearsed in advance; the statement script was written for maximum use of english and french to navigate details that might later be damaging.

The result:  Justin from Canada delivers a master class in smug condescension, political obfuscation and ridiculous denial of wrongdoing under the pretense of misunderstanding.  Justin from Canada is guilty as heck, and it is obvious he’s using all the familiar catch phrases to keep his far-left coalition defending him. That’s his primary goal.

The Q&A begins at 11:30 of video below.  The central issue comes from the question answered at 19:00 of the video where Trudeau admits his office was attempting to influence the prosecutorial decision of the Attorney General, on behalf of his friends at SNC-Lavalin, and was planning on continuing to do so.

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119 Responses to Justin From Canada Discusses SNC-Lavalin Scandal and Claims the PMO Obstructed Justice…

  1. everywhereguyy says:

    You’re still goin’ down this year, Jussie.

    Liked by 18 people

    • Daniel says:

      Yes, so long as he keeps apologizing and trying to appease, he is absolutely going down. When will the Canadian economy become a front and center story in Canada? If they are planning to pin the whole thing on ex-PM Trudeau, he needs to actually be ex-PM. It’s as if he’s trying to stay but doesn’t have a plan to that end. Begging and pleading and appeasement is not a plan with a record of success.

      Liked by 14 people

      • SwampRatTerrier says:

        Why it’s Obama, Hillary, and Eric Holder all over again, but this time with much much much lower IQs involved………

        Honestly I think this Canadian Scandal is going to Take Down Obama.

        You didn’t think Obama was “selling” advice to the Corrupt Canadian Government for nuthin’ did you?

        Liked by 3 people

    • Peppurr says:

      Sundance! I would just like to thank you for covering this Trudeau news on your forum!
      Very much appreciated!!

      Liked by 16 people

    • Carrie2 says:

      everhywhereguy, it is obvious that he is trying to frost a lousy cake and hide he was and is the problem. He was breaking laws and has legal assistants so they all knew he was pushing the wrong buttons. Justice here is Trudeau removing himself now or at least not run for the office again. Laws are laws when they are real laws and not “created laws” as we are experiencing in our country. He broke the laws and like so many here does not want to admit it. The best of his abilities is that he has none!

      Liked by 7 people

      • dallasdan says:

        Usually, for a corrupt politician to remain in office, he/she must be smart and clever. Justin is neither. Moreover, the shelf-life of his name is likely past the expiration date.

        Liked by 1 person

    • boogywstew says:

      I play along with the charade, there doesn’t seem to be a reason to change. I wish that I had Jussie’s guile. https://www.youtubr.com/watch?v=qYkbTyHXwbs

      Liked by 1 person

    • Mr. G says:

      Just take a look at the article photo of sparkle socks. Would you buy a used car from that, uh, man?

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  2. Always accuse others of what you are inherently guilty of doing. Doctrine of a toxic, corrupt Marxist Progressive mind.

    Liked by 26 people

  3. fanbeav says:

    The old “obstruction” avenue was/is being used by Obama holdovers against Trump. I am sure Obama coached Trudeau to use the same!

    Liked by 12 people

  4. csmats says:

    Smug condescension, check. “I’ve got my pen and my phone” insolence, check. “Corruption is different when I do it because shut up,” check.

    Yup, he’s following Obama’s advice to a tee.

    Liked by 14 people

    • BigTalkers says:

      ..To the delight of his Leftist Canadian news media “partners.”

      Liked by 7 people

      • Pyrran says:

        and since the Canadian government pays their media, what does that make their media?
        I’m trying to remember, what do they call someone who gives sex for money?
        hmmmmm

        Liked by 1 person

        • Don Jamieson says:

          Presstitutes, pretty much covers the paid-for Canadian media.

          Liked by 2 people

        • sadsack says:

          He claimed that his job was to protect all workers. I liked Don Cherry’s comment. (not a direct quote) He remembered the day when the Canadian PM and the village idiot were not the same person.
          Such an embarrassment for our country. Looking forward to our election! Ontario and Quebec, Get ON Board!

          Americians, it is critical that you protect your electoral college! Prayers going your way!

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    • sundance says:

      Liked by 18 people

      • yy4u says:

        If there were economic considerations, they obviously didn’t work. Canada’s economy is in the tank, isn’t it?

        Liked by 2 people

      • Sunshine says:

        Justin appointed an Aboriginal First Nation female as Attorney General/Justice Minister thinking he could manipulate her and she would acquiesce out of gratitude for such a distinguished Cabinet posting. But it didn’t work out.

        SNC/L has a history of bribing dubious nations, including Afghanistan.

        ”Since 2012, the RCMP have charged eight people tied to allegations SNC-Lavalin engaged in bribery of foreign officials. Seven of those accused have had their cases tossed out of court due to delays or problems with evidence.”
        https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/rcmp-bribery-snc-lavalin-case-1.5031712

        Justin and his friend Butts rely on the absence of emails from the First Nation Attorney General addressing the issue. I doubt she would address such a contentious issue by email. However, they don’t mention any other forms of correspondence. And the FN Attorney General is bound through her signed agreement to not disclose privileged communications.

        Conclusion: He’s throwing her under the bus and she’s powerless to redress her reputation.

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      • William warburg says:

        Lavalin today got a 660 million contract in Ottawa. Can’t do govt biz for 10 yrs if guilty hmmmmmm

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  5. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    One by one the Establishment puppets fall.

    Merkel
    May
    Macron
    Trudeau

    And the populists roll on. A great time for the world. But still much yet to be done.

    Liked by 21 people

  6. Herbert Kroll says:

    Trudeau: “To make sure that we’ll do EVEN BETTER next time”.
    U.N.B.E.L.I.E.V.A.B.L.E.
    What a jerk!

    Liked by 8 people

  7. smiley says:

    Progressives never break the law. They just “perceive” their actions differently than law enforcement.

    Liked by 17 people

  8. 10en6ixty6ix says:

    Son of Fidel Castro and Mattress Maggie is a liberal and a liar – with luck he will be heading to prison where he belongs.

    Liked by 3 people

    • NME666 says:

      so when did Beaver54 Maggie change her name to mattress Maggie???

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    • WES says:

      10en: For many years Maggie remarried and owned an island cottage 2 islands down river from my family’s cottage in the 1000 Islands in the St. Lawrence River located on the border between New York and Ontario. Recently sold though.

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  9. Caius Lowell says:

    Not a fan of Justin sparkly sox — just sayin’…

    Liked by 1 person

  10. decisiontime16 says:

    That photo in the middle! Justin looks like a dolt!

    A round of antiemetic needed during and after that speech.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Jack Dempsey says:

    Let me ask the most superficial question here:
    what’s with the blue-on-blue-on-blue outfit?
    Did the government outsourcing result in loss of the full color palette in Canada?

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  12. Louise Normand says:

    As much as Trudeau is being cornered, he will follow the Obama/Clinton playbook and deny, deny, deny. He will be out in the October election. The problem is, that this problem with SNC-Lavalin began under the previous government!! And, I was conservative. Both parties, I am now realizing are opposite sides of the same coin. Hope the new populist leader Maxime Bernier of the People’s Party of Canada wins. Otherwise, we will be facing what the USA 2016 election, except, President Trump rode in on a wave and pushed everyone out!! God Bless him.

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    • @Louise Normand, you say that “the problem with SNC-Lavalin began under the previous government…I’m not so sure about that.” Harper did deal with SNC-Lavalin…but I don’t get that it had anything to do with justice and law enforcement…
      Here’s an article that addresses it: (Hope the link works!)

      https://www.macleans.ca/opinion/michael-wernicks-snc-lavalin-problem/?utm_source=nl&utm_medium=em&utm_campaign=mme_daily&sfi=b91a81358379c88fa6901878936dbb0a

      From that article:

      Contacts between SNC and the Harper government were fairly regular, but never related to “justice and law enforcement.” Most of the contacts were to do with international trade, international relations or energy, what with Harper busy signing nuclear deals with countries like India. …

      ” …As a former colleague puts it, the trade-off between SNC’s ethics and its economic value was an issue from the very start of the integrity regime under Harper. The difference, however, was that Harper was essentially willing to have the company held to account, no matter the scare story sold by SNC over its uncertain future. Harper wasn’t, in other words, the MP for Papineau.”
      —————-
      I don’t know about Max Bernier…I remember the scandal where as defense minister, he left top secret defense papers at his girl friend’s house…he did not seem too much of a Canadian patriot then…can he really change his spots?

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  13. They (LP) are doing their best to keep Raybold from coming back and giving a Round 2 testimony]….They probably know she will directly contrition Gerald Butts’ spin and might have documents to prove her point. An interesting line of inquiry yesterday regarded Butt’s text messages and who culled them; what was edited out, not provided, etc…………..

    Sound familiar ?

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  14. “protect jobs”…………….at yesterday’s testimony, Butts was asked, what reports, economic studies does he have that backs up the claim that 19,000 jobs were at risk. He didn’t have an answer. In other words, “to protect jobs” is a canard.

    Liked by 3 people

  15. RobInPA says:

    Grab your torches and pitchforks, good Canadian’s!

    It’s time to burn Justin from Canada’s eyebrows down!!

    Liked by 1 person

  16. TheLastDemocrat says:

    Again, we see: a new way to not apologize:

    This is not me / this is not who I am / this is not who we are / this is not us / ;
    This is who I am / You know who I am / you know what I stand for / have always stood for……

    [I am not usually like this, so please excuse me; give me credit for not abusing my power for the other 7 hours of the workday where I did not abuse my power.]

    Liked by 4 people

  17. donnyvee says:

    Put a fork in him, he’s done. I just hope (though doubt) that our friends up north wake up and install someone like Margaret Thatcher.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Carrie2 says:

      donnyvee, or for complete honesty, the retired AG who spoke well, truthfully and obviously well informed about the shenanigans of Trudeau and his attendees.

      Like

  18. zimbalistjunior says:

    so now that 2 women resigned their cabinet posts, will justin make sure to keep the 50/50 gender split and assign 2 new women?

    let us hope so.

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  19. Doppler says:

    A few weeks ago you enlightened us Sundance with a term new to me in the context of McCabe’s answer to a teed up question from Scott Pelly – something like the “deceit flash smile,” an unexpected or inappropriate, very fleeting smile when someone is initiating a fore-planned deceitful remark designed to manipulate others (perhaps directed to others present who are in on the deceit, as in, “whup, here we go with our plan to answer THAT one”). I counted at least three of those starting at around 20:20, before turning it off.

    And thanks for teeing this up with the Obama visit yesterday. Those flash smiles contrast nicely with the shared expression of guilt/sorrow between Obama and Trudeau during their farewell hug, maybe before Trudeau and media worked everything out. This site is truly a major contribution to journalism today, anti-dote to Fake News. I suspect Pulitzers have long since been taken over by the Deep State, but someday, you will get the general recognition and thanks of a nation that you deserve.

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  20. Sharon says:

    There’s a giant asterisk hanging in the air that refers to Bill Clinton’s assurances that he “never had sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky”…..

    Justin doesn’t care if he’s believed. He does care whether he stays in power just like billybob did. He does want to survive, as billybob did.

    The truth is not relevant in their world since it is seldom useful. What is relevant is their ability to maintain their hold on power.

    Liked by 5 people

  21. Oldretiredguy says:

    Justeen seems to be running scared, as he should be. No matter how hard you try to pretty up a pig by putting make up on it, it’s still a pig. With Canada’s economy starting to sink, it would be a safe bet “middle Canadians” like their cousins to the south probably have had about all of the leftest bs they want.

    Liked by 3 people

  22. lurker2 says:

    DPRC propaganda.

    Like

  23. Troublemaker10 says:

    Liked by 7 people

  24. Troublemaker10 says:

    Decades ago it was massive corruption that made the Canadian people rise up and throw the liberal government out of power.

    This may not rise to that level, but it’s pretty bad. Canadians give a pass on a lot of things; but corruption isn’t one of them.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Bendix says:

    Pretty lady.
    Jody, not Justine.
    I was glad to learn that she has people backing her:
    https://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/exclusive-jody-wilson-raybould-overwhelmed-grateful-and-seeking-re-election

    A bit of old-school feminist analysis- Canada hasn’t come very far in terms of “equality” when you still see a politician like Trudeau, who is certainly white, male (sorta) and connected, anointing a ‘twofer’ and then expecting to be able to bring her to heel like she was his dog or something.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Paul from Canuskistan says:

      if you are so inclined,,,
      his history has him ass grabbing (sorry didn’t know you were a national reporter)
      and manhandling a female MP in the House of Commons
      Info is legit and out there…a long time faux feminist

      Liked by 1 person

    • riverelf says:

      As a NeverFeminist this does provide me a good chuckle. Soy Princes like Trudope just femmie-chatter to signal their virtue; all fake.

      Like

      • Lack is not all says:

        Isnt it always fake. If you are a feminist/ equal rights guy , like our President is, you dont need to say it every five minutes. Actions show it better.

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      Recall when he apologized to a female journalist for groping because he didn’t know she was with a national media company. Implying that she would have no cause to complain if she’d been a local journalist. Talk about power imbalances. And he’s supposed to be a feminst?

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  26. sucesfuloser says:

    From Montreal to Winnipeg I noticed many drunk indigenous people on downtown streets, they are easily recognizable. Separation causes isolation and ghetto life, wouldn’t it be better for them to assimilate?
    Reservations are living museums that nurse a false sense of sovereignty; burdening them with welfare dependency allows them to ignore self-improvement and seek freedom in the bottle.

    A few years ago I visited Newfoundland during a very cold winter The land is barren; they had recently given the Labrador Inuits trailer housing. The Inuits ripped their tin prefabs apart to burn what they could, including the insulation. Dozens of their children died from drinking automobile coolant. Tin houses don’t replace immersion.
    They have no casinos or jobs, spreading them throughout livable conditions gives them and their children a better chance at survival. Feeling based caring is not very thoughtful. .

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    • WES says:

      Sucesfuloser: Alcohol has always been a problem for native Indians because their bodies don’t’ handle alcohol well. In my world travels drinking tends to be a big problem in isolated communities especially where there is little hope to improve ones life.

      I have seen this first hand in northern Quebec/Labrador, Scandinavia, Siberia, Africa, Australia, and the US.

      Many Indian tribes try banning alcohol but often with little success. A case in point. I worked on a big Navajo Indian reservation in New Mexico/Arizona. Just yards from the reservation border was a liquor store that was a concrete bunker with just a drive in opening. It was always busy. The tribe did everything they could to shut this place down without success!

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      • Tarstarkas says:

        Assimilation would put tribal leaders and bureaucrats out of a job. can’t have that.

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        • WES says:

          TarStar: How correct you are! That is why Trudope stopped holding the chiefs accountable for the taxpayer’s money he gives the chiefs! When the previous government tried to hold the chiefs accountable all of a sudden every chief was declaring an emergency to make them look bad! No emergencies called on Trudope’s watch! Chiefs all fat and happy! Indians not so happy.

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  27. Tiffthis says:

    Is he going to accept the ruling on that company? He really dodged questions like a pro- what a night with Bahama will get ya 🤣🤣🤣

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  28. Paul Gallant says:

    If Justin does not voluntarily resign, from here to election time this fall the environment among the liberal caucus will be toxic. So many in his own party mistrust him now. What is not being reported by the “controlled” media is how popular the third party the socialist NDP are. In fact the fake media untruthfully claim the apposite.

    We are such a left leaning people that a large voting block, when dissatisfied with the Liberals will vote NDP. This puts the right of centre Conservative Party of Canada in power. The CP have some globalist trappings but would be a gigantic improvement over the cancer we have now. What a wasted opportunity this past 3 years as our American friends under MAGA have a sustained booming economy. We should have taken advantage.

    With a run up to a fall election and the Canadian economy failing the liberals are in full panic, especially the first term members who will lose out on a lucrative pension if not reelected for a second term. The knives will be out!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Corticram says:

      Unfortunately Andrew Sheer, CP leader, is intimidated by the media and they will eat him alive. Maxim Bernier, leader of the new People’s Party is not afraid of them and speaks out for what he believes.

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  29. mikebrezzze says:

    Lesson #1, If you seek advice from Obama, you’re crooked corrupt and you hate your country as it stands!

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  30. SmurfetteX says:

    J Trudeau is a puppet commonly referred to in Canada as……Prime Minister Butts. His real face

    Named top influencer and architect of the new liberal party in 2015. Resigned Feb 19 due to the Lavalin SNC scandal. The company has been a known money laundering agent for years. CEO Neil Bruce is a grungy and filthy thief, exactly the type Trudeau would depend on for power. There’s always a handler behind the scenes like Butt with dirt connections like Bruce.

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  31. frank field says:

    Forgive me. But didn’t O Canada elect this guy?

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  32. bill says:

    Did you catch the stuttering when he said, “I always tried to foster an environment…’
    The stuttering itself is pretty good sign that he is lying on that critical point!

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  33. Og Oggilby says:

    “O Canada!
    Land of our ancestors
    Glorious deeds circle your brow
    For your arm knows how to wield the sword
    Your arm knows how to carry the cross;
    Your history is an epic
    Of brilliant deeds
    And your valour steeped in faith
    Will protect our homes and our rights,
    Will protect our homes and our rights.”

    English translation of the original French lyrics by the Parliamentary Translation Bureau.

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  34. Doug Amos says:

    This is why a bad day with President Trump is better than a good day with any of these cardboard cutouts. Their crimes are real and created knowingly; their goals are obfuscation and manipulation. President Trump seeks a better life for his country and its people; his crime is that he will not lie and he will not deceive and to hell with the enabling media. He leads, we follow, forever; and we are the most fortunate people in the world.

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  35. Justin clearly got the memo from Obama–particularly about pre-rehearsed questions from an extremely limited group of “journalists”.

    More set up to enable “optics”–lying is a feature not a bug.

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  36. hellinahandbasket says:

    Well . . . I don’t think his handler’s (PMO globalists) are ultimately going to take the blame for this – right now it appears as a whole, the PMO is taking the blame, but my bet is that the narrative suddenly shifts to TRUDEAU as the puppet master, acted on his own, for personal benefit, on his on ambitions and desires, that the foundation of the PMO has absolutely nothing to do with this and it’s not reflective on the Office as a whole… blah blah blah. Even though it was indeed the PMO cohorts who made the “threats”, they must spin it toward having NOTHING to do with the “office”, but had everything to do with ONE man, Trudeau. Because why on earth would the PMO (as an office of government) take the heat for this? And secondly, this gives them an open highway to run blame for the botched Canada/USofA trade deal directly onto Trudeau and Ms Sparkle Pants Freeland, so it’s a win-win-win to perform a public lynching of Trudeau. Because if the “office” does end up taking the heat for this, the Canadian People will not easily/blindly trust them again when the PMO marches-in their next candidate for the office. Kind of like how Republicans always push one Republican onto the train tracks, instead of the entire party taking heat for not backing President Trump.

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  37. viator2 says:

    Everybody knows leftists don’t get kicked out of office or go to jail.

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  38. TMonroe says:

    “The result: Justin from Canada delivers a master class in smug condescension, political obfuscation and ridiculous denial of wrongdoing under the pretense of misunderstanding.”

    Looking up French for “not wittingly” and “lack of intent.”

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    • WES says:

      TMonroe: In Ottawa liberals lie in two languages! English and French!

      How long before Dems start lying in English and Spanish!

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  39. Fools Gold says:

    I’m sure he was well rehearsed by Houssian himself while he was there…

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  40. Jane S says:

    Having lived on the US/Canadian border I can tell you it is all of them that have to go not just Justin.
    It is hard to say whether Canadian liberals are clones of US socialist democrats, or if US socialist democrats like Cortez, Omar and the rest are clones of Canadian liberals.

    They are simply obnoxious and repulsive. Liberals whether speaking for or against Trudeau and even at legal proceedings have to start their talk with climate change BS or saying whatever city they are in is really native land.
    The Trudeau cabinet is all politically correct, economically illiterate social justice warriors.
    The US will see a repeat of this Canadian thing if the Democrats get the presidency. They will destroy the economy, media and social life and then suddenly go down in massive corruption.

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  41. CPAC’s PrimetimePolitics in Canada is doing a good job assessing the scandal. Interview regarding Butt’s testimony …

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  42. Sunshine says:

    He’s heading to Iqaluit, Nunavut territory, where a select audience awaits him, aka Tribal Chiefs & their friends.

    First Nations don’t like the former Attorney General/Justice Minister because she’s against the Indian Act, and with good reason.

    The Indian Act gives Millions+ of $ to the Tribal Chiefs who control the money and do what they want with it (often doesn’t reach their constituents). These Tribal Chiefs are not accountable to the government for the use of our taxpayer dollars.

    How did tribal chiefs become so wealthy? We’ll see tonight how tight they are to protect their own.

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    • WES says:

      Sunshine: Trudope is the one who stopped holding the chiefs accountable for taxpayers money he gives them! He reversed the previous government’s efforts to hold the chiefs accountable!

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  43. JenMG says:

    Those be lyin’ eyebrows.

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  44. deguello13 says:

    What do you expect when you hire a boytoy as your leader?

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  45. Mongo says:

    The Canadian media and Liberal Party narrative is that he did this to protect up to 9000 Canadian jobs because SNC can’t bid on Canadian government contracts if they are convicted.
    That is utterly ridiculous.
    If SNC can’t bid on Canadian government contracts then some other Canadian company will bid on them and hire Canadian workers.
    Zero net job losses.
    95% of the heavily subsidized Canadian media repeats Trudeau’s lies.

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  46. Peppurr says:

    Federal Court rejects SNC-Lavalin’s bid to avoid criminal prosecution: Federal Court rejects SNC-Lavalin’s bid to avoid criminal prosecution.

    https://globalnews.ca/news/5034742/federal-court-snc-lavalin-remediation-agreement/?utm_source=GlobalNews&utm_medium=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR18VOnVpxm2WyFZVxaHWwNkBZ92tCEsWJYUEE5czo74wKfsgY_W1P2C6xo

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