Justin Trudeau Is Still Blocking Jody Wilson-Raybould From Speaking Freely

What is he afraid of?

Justin Trudeau probably thought his press conference last week would bring an end to the PMO scandal.

It didn’t.

In fact, the scandal continues to expand, with the OECD now saying that their bribery working group is looking into the SNC-Lavalin scandal.

The testimony of Gerald Butts and Michael Wernick (both not under oath), also failed to end the scandal.

And it brought up something that can’t be ignored:

Trudeau is still stopping Jody Wilson-Raybould from speaking freely.

The privilege Trudeau waived was only partial, and Jody Wilson-Raybould still can’t fully speak about what happened after she left the Attorney General role.

She has said that she wants to testify again, and wants her privilege raised fully.

After all, Michael Wernick got a second chance to testify, so why doesn’t Jody Wilson-Raybould deserve the same thing?

Trudeau is clearly afraid of the truth.

If he wasn’t, then he would let Jody Wilson-Raybould speak freely.

His refusal to do so shows that the corrupt cover-up continues.

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Cat

He is afraid all the publicity is going to force him out and JWR becomes the neck PM….

George
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George

I’m still not clear if she was under oath when she testified?

Del
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Del

Trudeau also needs to testify. That likely wouldn’t do much good given that he rarely responds In Question Period with answers that have anything to do with the subject. His contempt for Parliament is appalling yet he gets insulted and deeply offended when Canadians don’t grovel or think and do what he expects we should do. Not my PM.

Jen
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Question is “why hasn’t the female reporters and all reporters not demand Justin to let Jody speak? why are they protecting him instead of accusing him of being a coward?“ WHY ARE WOMEN SO DAM MESMERIZED BY A MAN WHO ONLY USES THEM TO SUIT HIS OWN PERSONAL GAIN? It is so pathetic to watch women and men swoon over Justin while he smirks at them, preferring dictatorship over them. Jody has to defend herself before this whole mess gets out of hand. HER LOYALTY IS TO CANADA FIRST AND WE SAY ‘GO AHEAD AND SPEAK THE TRUTH FROM THE… Read more »

Gonzo the Magnificent
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Gonzo the Magnificent

Jen I think J W-R’s loyalty is to herself first and 1st Nations second. I am not even sure she has any loyalty to Canada. Maybe I’m wrong but she will have to prove this to me.

Gonzo the Magnificent
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Gonzo the Magnificent

I can’t believe how “bush league” our means of prosecution of government officials are in this country, especially in comparison to the USA. That is how traitors can get elected and re-elected. Both Butts and Wernick were not even put under oath? Wilson-Raybould is not allowed to re-testify given what was said about her 1st attestation by Butts last week? We have a judicial inquiry with a majority of Liberal Party members running it? Is this a 1st world country or banana republic?

Carol
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Carol

Every one of them should be hooked up to a lie detector.

Brian Dougan
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Two thoughts: (1) What is this cretin feminist hiding. (2) He still has his fan club. What would he have to do–before they turn aginst him? (3) Raybould is being lauded as “Standing up for the rule of law.” It shows just how far we have fallen–When doing the right thing is seen as a sharp deviation from business as usual.

Brian Dougan
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I can’t count–three thoughts; not two.