A report by Global News has revealed that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was presented with a CSIS report in January, 2022 detailing China’s interference in the 2019 federal election.
As published by the Toronto Sun in November of last year, a CSIS report that Trudeau claims to have never seen informed him that “the $250,000 was funnelled to candidates using intermediaries. It states that candidates were chosen based on an affinity for China or China’s positions on key issues.”
Clearly, Canada is a country in complete denial. The evidence supporting the government of China’s influence– meaning their ability to help the Liberals win federal elections– is, in fact, overwhelming:
According to Global News, “intelligence sources delivered to the prime minister and cabinet members in a series allegations detailed examples of Beijing’s efforts to further its influence and, in turn, subvert Canada’s democratic process.”
“Based on recent information from the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), those efforts allegedly involve payments through intermediaries to candidates affiliated with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), placing agents into the offices of MPs in order to influence policy, seeking to co-opt and corrupt former Canadian officials to gain leverage in Ottawa.”
Indeed, the momentum has built to a point that legitimacy regarding the election of Justin Trudeau and his Liberal Party must be called into question. Of course, it may never occur.
Over the course of 7-plus years, Justin Trudeau has successfully morphed our country into a state of pseudo-democracy. Propped up by partner in democratic decline, New Democratic Party leader Jagmeet Singh signed an agreement to keep the Liberals perched on their woke globalist loft until late 2025.
“Chief among the allegations is that CSIS reported that China’s Toronto consulate directed a large clandestine transfer of funds to a network of at least eleven federal election candidates and numerous Beijing operatives who worked as their campaign staffers.”
In desperation to refute what has become obvious, PM Trudeau stated this week that, yes, China is “trying to interfere in Canadian democracy, including our elections,” but said it remains clear Canadians were the ones who decided the outcome of the two recent federal elections.”
What else is he supposed to say? It’s not like Trudeau would touch the following with an 88-foot pole:
The roots of our PM’s obsession with China run deep. It was in the year 1970 that presumed parent Pierre Trudeau began to coddle the Chinese government. Meeting with Chairman Mao Tse Tung in late 1970, Trudeau Sr. returned to Canada to unfurl a globalist flag called Multiculturalism on society the following year.
Fast forward 50 years, and China has solidified its grip on Liberal Party politics. The funding of Liberal MP’s by the Chinese government had the potential to alter the results of the 2019 Canadian federal election. Not to mention the one in 2021.
“Sources close to this situation say they are revealing details from the 2022 briefs to give Canadians a clearer understanding of China’s attacks on Canada’s democratic system. Out of fear of retribution, they have asked their names be withheld.”
Sunny Ways, fellow patriots? The sources are scared to death of retribution. For his part, Mr. Trudeau has unrolled his spin on the situation:
“Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said China has been attempting to interfere in Canada’s democracy for years, but Canadians can have total confidence in the integrity of its election results.”
If this were fair and accurate, why weren’t the people of Canada informed about these years of interference? Only when the cat has been let out of the bag does the prime minister fess up to the facts. Now that the truth is revealed, Trudeau leaps to “great protector of Canadian democracy.” mode. To be certain, it’s a farce.
Total confidence? Based on what— Trudeau’s attempt at a free trade agreement with the behemoth nation right out the political gate in 2015? How about this one, bound to warm the cockles of the hearts of all Canadians:
“The government of Canada has awarded a 6.8 million contract to a state-owned Chinese company to supply security equipment for 170 foreign embassies, consulates and high commissions around the globe.
”The contract includes significant pieces of Chinese technology sitting in every Canadian embassy.”
Or this piece of “progressive” politics:
According to Blacklock’s Reporter, the Trudeau government gave $41 million dollars of foreign aid to China in 2019. Canada sent the following amount of foreign aid to China from 2015-2019:
- 2019 – $41.9 million
- 2018 – $9.1 million
- 2017 – $8.5 million
- 2016 – $1.6 million
- 2015 – $0.1 million
For the record, China is the most cash-rich country on earth. Unlike the deep well of fiscal deficit forced on Canada by both Justin and Pierre Trudeau, China has no national deficit.
Upon which CAP move out of the spectrum of relevant information provided by mainstream Canadian media.
“The Conservative Party won the most votes in the 2021 federal election, but weren’t able to translate that support in the most number of seats with the Liberals scooping up a minority government.”
Conservative MP candidates across the country received 34.1 per cent of the total number of votes. The Liberals finished behind their rivals with 31.8 per cent.
Now, let’s picture the outcome devoid of the 11 seats said to have been purchased for the Liberals by the government of China.
Translation: Very likely a Conservative government would have been formed. Did China win the 2021 election for Justin Trudeau? Could this qualify as the biggest election scam in Canadian history?
If so, you won’t be witnessing these words as published by CBC, CTV, Globe & Mail, Toronto Star or any other legacy media outlet.
Let the spin begin: Aga Khan. Jody Wilson-Raybould. SNC Lavalin. WE Charity. Emergencies Act. So many scandals that this week the Federal Ethics Commissioner quit his job. In each and every case, the citizens of Canada have been swindled by the anti-democratic duo of the Liberals and their media partners.
Why would it be any different when China buys an election for Justin Trudeau?
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