A shocking new report says a flood of foreign money turned the 2015 election against the Conservatives, raising new fears of foreign influence and casting serious doubt on the legitimacy of Justin Trudeau’s 2015 “victory.”
During his time in office, we’ve seen Justin Trudeau do everything to help foreign interests at the expense of Canada. Now, a shocking report shows that foreign interests may have helped Justin Trudeau win the 2015 election by funneling tons of money into Canada to defeat the Conservatives.
Foreign Collusion Against Our Electoral Process
According to a report filed with Elections Canada and first reported by the Calgary Herald, foreign third parties colluded with each other in an effort to take down the Conservatives, and spent way above the legal limit – clear violations of the Canada Elections Act.
As the Herald notes, the Elections Act says, “a third party shall not circumvent, or attempt to circumvent, a limit set out . . . in any manner, including by splitting itself into two or more third parties for the purpose of circumventing the limit or acting in collusion with another third party so that their combined election advertising expenses exceed the limit.”
Additionally, the Act notes that only those residing in Canada, or Canadian citizens and permanent residents outside the country, can attempt to influence how Canadian citizens vote.
“Wealthy Foreigners” Manipulated 2015 Election
The report – from an organization called “Canada Decides,” says the number of third parties grew from 55 in the 2011 campaign, to a whopping 114 in 2015. In total, those groups spent more than $6 million dollars.
Many of those 114 third parties were funded by the Tides Foundation. The Tides Foundation is an extreme group that opposes Canadian oil, and is funded by radicals in New York State and California. According to the report, Tides gave $1.5 million (USD) to Canadian third parties in 2015 alone.
Report Says Leadnow Was “Spawned” By Foreign Money & Targeted Conservative Government
The organization called Leadnow targeted 29 Conservative ridings, and defeated the Conservatives in 25 of them. According to the Canada Decides report, Leadnow was created by foreign money – meaning foreign influence directly impacted the result of the 2015 campaign.
Duane Bratt, a political science professor at Mount Royal University, told the Calgary Herald that Canadians should be concerned about foreign influence in our election campaigns:
“The whole concept and idea of foreign influence in an election is an important issue and is something that Canadians should not tolerate,” said Bratt.
Both Conservatives & NDP Worried About Tides Foundation, But Trudeau Liberals Are Silent
Canada Decides has three directors, including University of Toronto political science student Chad Hallman, and former Conservative MP Joan Crockatt. But, Canada Decides is not the first to raise concerns about the Tides Foundation, Leadnow, and foreign influence in our election. During the 2015 campaign, numerous NDP candidates, and members of the CUPE Union said Leadnow was using “anti-democratic” tactics.
Interestingly, the Trudeau Liberals do not appear to have complained.
Foreigners Can Donate More Than Canadians
In an outrageous turn of events, foreigners can donate more than Canadians can in our own elections. Under current law, Canadians can donate a maximum of $1,550 to candidates and political parties. However, foreigners can donate an unlimited amount to third parties until six months before an election starts.
This is an absolute disgrace. We are literally letting our electoral system be sold out to powerful foreign interests. For anyone who doubted the disturbing and dangerous impact of the globalists, this report removes those doubts.
As Senator Linda Frum said in a Senate hearing, “I could take a cheque for $10 million from Saudi Arabia, from Iran, from China — I could take any amount of money from a foreign contributor so long as I, a Canadian citizen, am receiving it?”
Frum is absolutely right about the problem. As long as a foreign interest finds a Canadian organization willing to take the money, they can donate unlimited amounts.
Trudeau’s “Win” Facing Legitimacy Crisis
Many people were shocked when the Trudeau Liberals surged in the final weeks of the 2015 campaign. Many more were shocked when Trudeau “won” a majority.
Now, we find out that a massive flood of foreign money entered our country, and went to organizations devoted to defeating the Conservatives. We also find that both the NDP and Conservatives complained about this foreign money, while the Liberals appear to have been silent. And this is just what has come to light. How much more was spent behind the scenes? Where did the money go? How many other ridings did it influence? 40? 50? 100?
Because of this report, we must now consider the disturbing possibility that Justin Trudeau’s majority win was not legitimate, and would not have occurred without foreign money. We also have to consider the possibility that Trudeau’s actions in office have amounted to a form of “paying back” those who may have installed him in power.
If the 2015 election was not free and fair, our entire government and electoral system now exists under a massive cloud of doubt. This could be an immense legitimacy crisis. All decisions by the government must be looked at through a different lens, and some deeply disturbing implications are being raised.
If our elections are stolen or decided by foreign money, then we are no longer a democracy.
That’s why a massive investigation – including possible criminal charges – must be initiated immediately. And, the Trudeau government must immediately ban all foreign money from our election campaigns. If they refuse to do so, we can only imagine that they are planning to use foreign money to gain illegitimate power once again.
The elites want to hide their many failures behind political correctness, deception, and manipulation. We need to push back and spread the truth. That’s why I write.
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