This morning I was invited to testify before the House of Commons committee on Access to Information. We here at The Rebel use access to information laws hundreds of times a year.
But today I wanted to tell the committee about one instance that goes back to January:
We asked to see the questionnaire “refugees” were reportedly being given during “screening.” The government told us there WAS no questionnaire. That was just the start of a long, frustrating (and surreal) back and forth between the Rebel and the government.
Now back to today. After my testimony, I was questioned. First by Wayne Long, a Liberal MP from New Brunswick. Then Liberal MP Bob Bratina, a former journalist from Hamilton. Frankly, I think they were both startled by what I told them.
Even so, do you think there’s any hope that the Liberal government will ever live up to all its promises of transparency?
NEXT: Gavin McInnes comes on to talk to me about Sophie Trudeau's pleas for more help (on the taxpayer's dime). Wait until you hear his theory about why she feels so entitled!
THEN: Edmonton Sun Columnist Lorne Gunter is tracking the Fort Mac fires and Justin Trudeau's response to them. He and I compare Justin to his father and HIS treatment of Alberta.
FINALLY: Your emails and tweets to me!