Openness and Transparency?
Justin Trudeau certainly has a unique interpretation of the most “open and transparent” government ever.
While at the globalist summit in Davos, Trudeau has been keeping Canadian media out of meetings – even after originally promising access.
In a strange turn of events, a meeting between Trudeau and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – which was reportedly planned days in advance – was opened by the Israeli government to Israeli media, but was closed by the Trudeau government to Canadian media.
According to CTV’s Mercedes Stephenson, “Multiple sources are telling me the Trudeau meeting with Netanyahu was planned ‘days’ in advance. Lots of surprise the Canadian media was not informed because the Israelis told their reporters,” she tweeted.”
Canadian media wasn’t even told about the meeting until after it happened.
It has also been revealed that the government had promised media they could attend a North American roundtable, then backtracked:
“Stephenson added that the “blackout” on informing the press about the meeting comes less than a day after the PMO shut reporters out of the North American roundtable Wednesday morning, after previously stating that reporters could attend.”
It’s bad enough that Trudeau is in Davos, and it’s made even worse by the fact that Canadians are being deprived of what’s going on behind the scenes.
It shows Trudeau’s arrogance and secrecy, as he sees himself as being above any accountability or honesty with Canadians. After all, Israel was fine letting their public know about the meeting, so why did the Trudeau government keep it hidden?
And why did the government say the media could cover the North American roundtable, and then shut them out?
Trudeau’s secrecy in Davos will only raise further concerning questions about what’s happening behind the scenes at that elitist gathering, and make people wonder how badly our country is being sold out behind the scenes.
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