WATCH: Jody Wilson-Raybould Quickly Speaks To Reporters

She says she’s still working with her lawyer on what she can say.

Jody Wilson-Raybould was confronted by reporters today on Parliament Hill.

She was asked about the SNC-Lavalin scandal, and asked if Trudeau pressured her on the issue.

Here’s what she said:

“Former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould speaks briefly w/ reporters on Parliament Hill: asked if she was pressured re SNC-Lavalin case, says “I’m still working w/ my lawyer”; asked if she’s still in Liberal caucus, replies “I’m a Liberal member of Parliament.”

Wilson-Raybould answered quickly, and then got onto an elevator, clearly not ready to share her story yet.

With the Trudeau government increasingly desperate, they wouldn’t hesitate to throw the full brutal force of the state against Jody Wilson-Raybould. So, she’s got a former Supreme Court Justice to advise her and ensure she is on solid legal footing.

Canadians are eagerly awaiting what she has to say when she’s ready to say it.

Spencer Fernando

Photo – Twitter

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That loud flushing sound you hear is generated by Trudeau himself as he continues his plan to flush himself down the toilet. The good news is, this this the first chore he will actually complete as planned.

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The Opposition needs to demand, yet again, that Trudeau allow JWR to speak under oath, or he should resign.

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lm with you my Prime Minister,