Throughout his tenure as prime minister, Justin Trudeau has been associated with myriad number of scandals. Some such as SNC Lavalin are exposed by way of media, and others are not.
Liberal candidate for Kanata-Carleton Karen McCrimmon says “politics should be civil” after a threatening lawn sign was found in the riding saying Liberals will be shot. In the photo, the apparently handwritten sign, which reads: “We shoot every 3rd Liberal 2nd one just left.”
Notorious child-killer and paedophile, Jon Venables, will be given money to MOVE to Canada in a few short days because “it will be cheaper for UK taxpayers,” according to a report in the Daily Mail.
Another day, another benefit for Somalian refugees. Welcome to Justin Trudeau and Somalian Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen’s “post-modern” Canada.
Earlier this year, research by Houston MassResistance leader Tracy Shannon (revealed that not one, but TWO convicted child molesters were allowed to read to children in the Houston Public Library as part of its Drag Queen Story Hour (DQSH) program. City officials quickly shut it down.
“Perception is reality,” said one of the Liberal MPs in an interview with The Hill Times on a not-for-attribution basis. “If the RCMP comes in, we’re cooked.” CAP find this comment to be one of the most curious political statements we have heard in a long time.
As the news broke, Canadians were surprised to learn that despite the contravention, there will be no punishment. This is because Canada’s Conflict of Interest Act “does not provide for any sanctions for breaches found following an examination by the conflict of interest and ethics commissioner.”
Ms. Maloney’s work uncovering data on LATE-TERM, LIVE-BIRTH abortions has been an invaluable asset to many Canadians, but it reveals a tragic, horrifying reality. These are babies that are either killed in utero and delivered as “stillbirths” or they are birthed alive and then killed, or LEFT TO DIE and termed as “live-birth abortions”.
Last week, Justin Trudeau said he was considering “engaging directly” with Chinese President Xi Jinping as tensions between Canada and China continue to smoulder. In a separate attempt, Beijing ignored an effort by Trudeau to arrange a conversation with China’s premier in order to intervene on behalf of Canadians detained in China.
The Canadians, charity volunteers aged 19 and 20, were abducted last Tuesday, 4 June, in Kumasi, Ghana’s second-largest city, some 200 kilometres (125 miles) northwest of the capital Accra.
“If it’s about ransom, it means the kidnappers can ask for huge sums of money for themselves.