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Trudeau Exposed for Obstructing RCMP Investigation

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Trudeau is once again exposed for his corruption, as new evidence and testimony from the RCMP revealed his obstruction of justice in the SNC-Lavalin scandal.

Just when you thought the lies could go no deeper, it turns out the RCMP’s investigation was a total sham. In a bombshell admission, the police now confirm they never even bothered to interview Trudeau himself.

The so-called leader and saviour of all Canadians didn’t have a minute to answer questions about his attempts to interfere in a criminal case?

The Liberals may have choked off the RCMP’s testimony in committee last year, but they can’t keep the lid on their corruption forever.

The storm is gathering, and soon the lies will wash away, and the whole sordid affair will be laid bare for all to see.

Only one question will remain by then, Will we let Trudeau get away with it again?

In what is becoming an increasingly not shocking turn of events, recent evidence regarding the SNC-Lavalin scandal strips the curtain away from the Liberals’ corruption.

On an ethics committee that has taken place this past Tuesday, it has been revealed to the public that the RCMP did not even attempt to interview Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as part of their investigation into the SNC-Lavalin affair, raising serious concerns about the integrity of the investigation as a whole.

No one should be above the law, not even the corrupt Prime Minister.

The lack of effort by the RCMP to get to the bottom of this scandal reeks of a cover-up to protect Trudeau and the Liberal government.

When the SNC-Lavalin scandal first erupted in 2019, it shook the very foundations of Canadian democracy.

The revelations that Trudeau and his crony inner circle attempted to politically interfere in a criminal prosecution were an egregious abuse of power.

Trudeau and his staff improperly pressured former Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould to drop criminal charges against Quebec company SNC-Lavalin.

And when Wilson-Raybould refused to override the Director of Public Prosecutions, she was shuffled out of her role.

Conservatives called for a full, transparent investigation to uncover the truth. And finally years later after the initial investigation took place, it is evident that the RCMP failed in their duty to conduct a thorough and transparent investigation.

These revelations coincide with the suspicion that every common sense Canadian had when the Liberal members of parliament made a calculated decision to abruptly shut down a parliamentary committee just as it was about to hear testimony from top RCMP officials regarding the SNC-Lavalin affair investigation.

At the time, this has raised serious concerns for Conservatives and Canadians everywhere as the brazen attempt to block the RCMP from testifying led many to believe the situation was clear evidence of a cover-up designed to prevent scrutiny of Justin Trudeau’s actions.

When RCMP officials were scheduled to brief the ethics committee in October of last year, after new documents at the time raised some serious questions and concerns about their investigation, the Liberals scrambled to cancel the meeting at the last minute.

To put it into perspective, the documents, made public through “Democracy Watch” revealed the true extent of the RCMP investigation; they did the bare minimum.

They barely interviewed any witnesses over the course of 4 years and have made little to no effort to obtain a warrant to search confidential records under the guise of “Insufficient evidence”.

Perhaps most troubling is the revelation that the RCMP’s conclusion “does not translate to the absence of a criminal offence.” This is essentially an admission that crimes may have been committed, but the RCMP simply did not try hard enough to find the evidence.

Their weak justification that the threshold for conviction was too high does not excuse a half-hearted investigation.

It is the responsibility of the police to conduct investigations to the highest standard, regardless of whether charges are ultimately laid.

A shameful display by officials that should have upheld the justice, but their biased investigation designed to shield Trudeau rather than find the truth is a slap to every Canadian

What seemed so clear at the time and what prompted Conservatives to keep digging was that the Liberals are clearly afraid of what the RCMP may reveal to the public.

It was embarrassingly “see through” when Liberal MP Mona Fortier complained that the committee had not been given the required 48-hour notice about the RCMP officials appearing.

Everyone knew at the time that this was a lousy and weak excuse to obstruct an investigation involving the Liberal prime minister.

Conservatives were outraged and voiced their concerns as they saw fit, with MP Michael Barrett voicing his annoyance at the Liberals shutting down a hearing on a criminal probe of their dear and -definitely not corrupt- leader.

The Liberal’s obstruction reinforces the perception that the governing party has continually tried to sweep the SNC-Lavalin affair, just like many other corrupt affairs, under the rug.

It fits with a familiar pattern of opacity and evasion around the Prime Minister’s inappropriate actions regarding the Liberal-friendly company facing corruption charges.

For the RCMP to not even try to obtain Trudeau’s testimony seems highly unusual and concerning. It raises questions about whether the RCMP was simply going through the motions rather than rigorously pursuing the truth.

Conservatives have argued from the outset a full, transparent investigation was needed.

And now we are inching much closer to the full picture with the bombshell revelation that the prime minister himself obstructed the RCMP’s investigation and limited their access to confidential documents and evidence.

Larry Brock went on to reveal in the committee hearing that Trudeau was very much aware of the implications and danger surrounding the SNC-Lavalin case and thus made it his goal and intention that the persecution of the Liberal-friendly company goes into “Deferred Persecution Agreement”, a term ratified in the criminal code by the likes of Trudeau and his Liberal establishment to give companies leeway in order to evade the law by ponying up the right amount of money.

The tepid language used by the RCMP Commissioner does little to inspire confidence across the board.

The RCMP owes Canadians a much more thorough explanation as to why greater investigative vigor was not applied to very serious allegations against the highest office holder in the country.

This timidness and waiting for over two years before talking to Wilson-Raybould delayed the initial findings from being made public until after the 2019 election.

This allowed the government to avoid scrutiny over the affair during the election season. Or as they so egregiously put it themselves, tarnishing the transparency that is so critical to maintaining public trust, “highly problematic given the timing of the politics at that time.”.

Justice is rightfully seen as a mythical concept under the current regime, with clear and pointed revelations to everyday Canadians, that the RCMP is in Trudeau and the Liberal’s back pocket.

As MP Larry Brock firmly puts it himself “In my over 30 years of experience as a defence counsel and a Crown attorney, I have never heard of any investigation where there wasn’t any attempt — whether they agree to interview or not — to interview the person of interest,”

The RCMP must reopen a thorough, comprehensive investigation with all resources and access required to get to the bottom of what really happened between Trudeau’s PMO and Jody Wilson-Raybould. Trudeau himself must finally agree to be interviewed under oath. Only then can Canadians have confidence that the truth will come to light rather than being buried under layers of opaque Liberal obfuscation.

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