, 03.03.2019 12:32 PM

#LavScam in 20 words

The next time someone on Mr. Trudeau‘s payroll says to you that the issue is too complicated, or that it will be forgotten by Labour Day, read them this.


  1. Joseph says:

    Wouldn’t ya luv ta be a fly on the wall at the next caucus meeting?

    • Ronald O'Dowd says:


      Nothing will happen to change things if cabinet does not take the lead. Caucus will remain gutless unless ministers act now.

  2. Gord Tulk says:

    I disagree. This kind of politics involving the LPC and the former PCPC has been going on for about 70 years.

  3. Gord Tulk says:

    And that the justice minister was of a certain race, gender and from the west is irrelevant except that it might explain why she resisted the pressure to participate in this crime against Canada.

    • Vancouverois says:

      I disagree. It is relevant, because the Trudeauites made such a big deal about how significantly they were demonstrating their commitment to “social” justice by appointing her – only to prove in the end that it was only for show.

      They only wanted her as window dressing, nothing more.

    • Ron Benn says:

      The gender and race of the former AG/Justice Minister is only relevant to present the fundamental hypocrisy of the Liberal agenda on feminism and reconciliation. Other than that, it has nothing to do with the underlying immorality of the people who will do anything to stay in power.

      • Ronald O'Dowd says:


        And recent prime ministers wouldn’t have done anything and everything to stay in power?

        Read: Old-Stock Canadians, Troops in the Cities, Is This A Prime Minister?, etc.

        • Walter says:

          Harper was the one who brought in the law to separate prosecution from the AG. (National Post had a good article last week – “Harper set a corruption trap and caught a Liberal”.
          This change, plus the Ethics Act, were in place for 9 years and not a single Harper Minister was caught in it (I think a former MP was). Now just over 3 years later they have caught Trudeau 5 times, Morneau once, and then this mother of all scandals occurred.
          I’d say the evidence suggests that Harper would have never done this.

  4. Doug Brown says:

    The best part of this scandal is that no one on the PMO seem to expected JWR to actually be competent, rather than a token of its meta progressive righteousness. She could not have been more compelling in her presentation last week. So rather than focus on Team Trudeau’s setup of an indigenous woman for a fall, consider the victory of intelligence and integrity against manipulation and entitlement.

  5. Blank says:

    There was no crime. It is not illegal to suggest a course of action prescribed in the statutes. Unethical, perhaps, but ultimately this was a political decision, and in Oct., Canadians are going to render a verdict.

    • Gord Tulk says:

      Depends on what SNC lavalin did to get the pm, pmo et al to do the pressuring…

      And they are Global experts – criminally so – at doing just that.

  6. Ronald O'Dowd says:

    Scheer is already making a big mistake by prematurely feeling his oats:

    “When I’m prime minister…” [Yada, yada,yada.] He is so far, electorally undeserving of the position. Just a tad arrogant, n’est-ce pas?

    • billg says:

      Large majority of Canadians now thinking that of our current PM. Too early for any predictions, however, as a card carrying Conservative I’m interested to see Scheer’s platforms and vision, if it is what I think it is then I’ll be very disappointed and protest vote again with a Green vote. No amount of spin can refute that this will cost the Libs votes and seats, up to Andrew Scheer now on just how many votes and seats.

  7. BMarcille says:

    That sound you hear is the NDP drawing a breath as it regains its strength.

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