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Trudeau Denies Knowledge Of Foreign Meddling

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Trudeau Foreign Interference Amnesia

Trudeau shadow of doubt has fallen over a stirring testimony on foreign interference. Though he portrayed himself as a stalwart defender against overseas meddling, his claims strain credulity. 

As leader of our democracy, Trudeau owes Canadians the unvarnished truth. Yet on this critical issue, his words ring hollow.

Why the gap between Trudeau’s rhetoric and reality on protecting Canada’s sovereignty? Well, his penchant for political theater appears to outweigh dedication to tangible action. But fuzzy warnings of “disinformation” fail to mask the absence of concrete laws countering foreign interference.

After eight years in power, Trudeau’s record belies his supposed concern. Only with an election looming has he scrambled to address threats that intelligence officials warned of for decades. Canadians deserve straight answers from the man at the pinnacle of power.

On matters of national security and election integrity, Trudeau remains evasive. 

Trudeau Leans on Disinformation Bogeyman

The recent testimony by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the federal inquiry into foreign interference should raise alarm bells for all Canadians. Trudeau would have people believe he started from zero in 2015 regarding knowledge of foreign meddling, but this claim does not withstand scrutiny. 

Trudeau trumpeted his supposed “concern” for safety in creating a national security committee of parliamentarians. But multiple parliamentary officials have witnessed foreign interference for 30 years now. 

If Trudeau was genuinely worried, why did it take nearly 8 years after his 2015 election for any concrete action? This interminable delay exposes Trudeau’s rhetoric as empty political theater. He speaks about security while failing to deliver it.

Former CSIS Asia-Pacific chief Michel Katsuya has clearly stated that CSIS knew about foreign interference for decades, especially from China, informing Prime Ministers all along the way. For Trudeau to profess ignorance is either an outright delusion or intentional deception.

Throughout the testimony, Trudeau leaned heavily on vague references to “misinformation” and “disinformation” online, even blaming Russia for interference through these means. Yet he presented zero evidence to substantiate these allegations.

It seems Trudeau uses these nebulous terms to justify potential intrusions into Canadians’ lives without establishing real security threats. Still no actual laws have passed to counter any election meddling of the type Trudeau so fervently warns against.

Trudeau cited “significant foreign interference allegations and threats” in 2016. But when pressed on the scale of the threat, he shied away from specifics. Perhaps this is because the ugly truth would damage him politically – the CSIS has reported that the election meddling intended to help Trudeau’s Liberals and hinder Conservatives, but Trudeau refuses to acknowledge interference benefiting him, no matter how thoroughly the CSIS documents it.

Trudeau’s testimony was marked by contradictions, vagueness, and fanciful claims unmoored from reality. For someone who preaches transparency, his caginess on election interference is telling. 

After eight years leading Canada, Trudeau has abjectly failed to implement meaningful laws to safeguard our democracy. Spending hundreds of millions on CSIS without establishing rules to counter foreign meddling is governmental malpractice.

Trudeau remains disproportionately fixated on shapeless online misinformation, a dubious menace he can wield to potentially censor dissent and cement his rule. 

Yet he ignores the genuine, documented efforts of foreign actors to directly warp our elections – and any laws to combat this are delayed until after his next campaign. It seems Trudeau cares less about public safety than his own power.

Canada needs a Prime Minister with the courage to stand firm against all electoral interference and attacks on Canada’s sovereignty – one who prioritizes the true safety and values of Canadians over his own political ambition.

Trudeau’s empty platitudes without concrete action demonstrate fundamental disrespect for the Canadian people. He fiddles with buzzwords like “disinformation” while our democracy burns, never grasping or admitting the true scale of the wildfire. 

After eight years, Trudeau has no excuse for this failure of leadership. No more endless studies and pointless spending without action. The time is now to pass and enforce laws with teeth against all who would meddle in Canadian affairs.

The electoral integrity is in grave danger so long as Trudeau remains Prime Minister. His delusional testimony shows he lacks the fortitude to stand up to foreign interference that may benefit him politically. 

Trudeau’s talk of transparency is a façade – his evasive non-answers reveal only hypocrisy. For Canada’s future freedom and prosperity, we must demand more from our leaders. The first step is removing Trudeau and his feeble policies from high office before our sovereignty is irreparably compromised.

Trudeau Awakens After 7 Years Of Interference

Meanwhile, The Trudeau government’s latest budget proves it is utterly unserious about protecting Canadian sovereignty from foreign interference. Despite years of widely reported meddling by hostile foreign states like China and Russia, Trudeau has failed to take meaningful action until an election looms.

Now, seemingly out of nowhere, the Liberals are funneling over $650 million to CSIS over 8 years, claiming it is to “combat emerging global threats.” But if Trudeau considered foreign interference a real priority, why wait 8 years after taking power to address it? This last-minute budget increase reeks of political theater meant to create the illusion of taking action rather than implementing real change.

The budget specifically cites foreign threats to our “democratic institutions, diaspora communities and economy.” Yet Trudeau has delayed passing any concrete laws to counter foreign election meddling and influence operations.

And the Liberals have ignored warnings about Chinese Communist Party infiltration of Canadian institutions for years. Trudeau’s supposed concern rings hollow.

Trudeau’s failure to protect Canadians from foreign threats is underscored by the ongoing public inquiry into China’s pernicious political meddling. After reporting exposed Chinese interference operations, the Liberals can no longer ignore reality.

After 8 years at the helm, Trudeau has no credible excuse for his failure to act decisively against foreign threats. Only now, facing re-election, has his government scrambled to allocate serious resources to national security. Trudeau’s lack of leadership has left Canadians more vulnerable to foreign actors seeking to undermine our democracy and society.

Trudeau has failed that test of leadership. Canadians must demand accountability for the Liberals’ negligence on sovereignty and safety.

This new survey revealing declining trust in government should serve as a wake-up call to the out-of-touch Liberal government led by Justin Trudeau. On key issues like healthcare, the economy, immigration, and climate change, more Canadians are losing faith in Ottawa’s ability to make sound policy decisions. This is a scathing indictment of Trudeau’s leadership.

Trudeau came into power promising sunny ways and a progressive vision for Canada’s future. Yet eight years later, Canadians are turning away from his government in frustration and disillusionment.

The proportion saying they trust neither level of government has surged dramatically since 2019 across all policy areas. Trudeau has failed to deliver results and leave Canadians better off.

Nowhere is this collapse in trust more evident than on healthcare, where the proportion expressing no faith in Ottawa or the provinces has nearly doubled. Trudeau has shown no leadership on addressing wait times or modernizing our ailing system. He obsessively hypes dental care while ignoring primary care. Canadians can see through his political games with their health.

Trudeau Overlay Simulated Confidence As A PM

Trudeau still acts as if he has a mandate from Canadians when that trust has been shattered. He plows ahead with ideological policies rather than focusing on what matters to Canadians. This arrogant approach further alienates voters who have lost faith in his judgment.

The survey shows a critical opportunity for Conservatives to listen to frustrated Canadians and provide pragmatic solutions that make life more affordable. Canadians are open to common sense leadership rather than Trudeau’s lecturing and empty platitudes. Conservatives must step up and demonstrate they deserve Canadians’ trust.

Trudeau hides behind ambiguous warnings of “disinformation” to justify potential intrusions on Canadians’ rights, while ignoring documented election meddling that benefits him politically.

After 8 years, he has failed to implement meaningful laws to counter foreign interference, leaving Canada vulnerable.

Despite claims of addressing threats, it conveniently increases funding right before an election after years of inaction. No concrete laws are proposed. Trudeau is attempting to spin this neglect as a sudden commitment to security. Canadians see through such transparent political games.

Trudeau’s act has grown stale. His polished speeches and penchant for drama no longer distract from his lack of real action on pressing issues like election integrity. 

Canada needs a Prime Minister willing to make tough decisions to protect our sovereignty, counter foreign threats, and deliver concrete economic and healthcare policies average Canadians can believe in.

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