A refreshing change on the campaign trail — crystal clear answers from a politician

Ron in Regina

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Trudeau’s idea of, for example, disinformation could simply be news that he wishes hadn’t been published.

Remember this doozy of a line the PM uttered back in 2019: “The allegations in the Globe story are false. Neither the current nor the previous attorney general was ever directed by me or by anyone in my office to take a decision in this matter.”
Fake news in the Globe & Mail? We can’t have that, now can we? Better shut them down, or, at the very least, have their questionable story taken down and fine them so they learn their lesson.

Hold on though. Those allegations — about the SNC-Lavalin affair — were later proven to be more accurate than Trudeau would admit.

The rest at the above LINK…
 

Ron in Regina

"Voice of the West" Party
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The Commons ethics committee voted by 6-4 vote to reject a motion by Conservative MP John Brassard to “undertake a study into issues of conflict of interest and the Lobbying Act in relation to pandemic spending.”

“It would just be stirring the pot,” said Liberal MP Greg Fergus, the Prime Minister’s parliamentary secretary. “It doesn’t seem logical to waste our time. I think we should move onto something else.”

Blacklock’s reports internal documents showed COVID contracts included a $237.3-million sole-sourced award to Montreal’s Baylis Medical Company for ventilators never used by the Department of Health.

(Baylis was operated by ex-Liberal MP Frank Baylis….Whoopsies…”Move along! Nothing to see Here! Move along!” etc…)

 

petros

The Central Scrutinizer
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The Commons ethics committee voted by 6-4 vote to reject a motion by Conservative MP John Brassard to “undertake a study into issues of conflict of interest and the Lobbying Act in relation to pandemic spending.”

“It would just be stirring the pot,” said Liberal MP Greg Fergus, the Prime Minister’s parliamentary secretary. “It doesn’t seem logical to waste our time. I think we should move onto something else.”

Blacklock’s reports internal documents showed COVID contracts included a $237.3-million sole-sourced award to Montreal’s Baylis Medical Company for ventilators never used by the Department of Health.

(Baylis was operated by ex-Liberal MP Frank Baylis….Whoopsies…”Move along! Nothing to see Here! Move along!” etc…)

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