February 10, 2019

Andrew Lawton: Trudeau Liberal corruption "hidden in plain sight"

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On Friday’s episode of The Ezra Levant Show, Andrew Lawton, a fellow with the True North Initiative, joined me to talk more about the SNC-Lavalin scandal and the accusation that the PMO may have tried to interfere with the prosecution of the liberal-connected company.


Even the World Bank, an international financial institution that is used to operating in some of the most corrupt places in the world, stopped doing business with SNC-Lavelin, yet the Trudeau Liberals didn’t write the company off.

In the last two months, we’ve seen two examples of high-ranking Liberals implicated in some way to companies that have a lot of questionable things going on.

Watch as Andrew explains why you don’t have to be a conspiracy theorist to think that question marks still remain around these stories.

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commented 2019-02-12 10:58:33 -0500
The latest round of Liberal corruption stories shocks no one. Quebec is a distinct culture,and their business/political relationships have always been blatantly corrupt. The only time they have any problems with it is when one faction of the Liberal party is vying for power over another,as in the recent Montreal construction scandal,and Adscam.
A person would have to have obtained a Phd. in terminal naivety to believe Jody Wilson-Raybould was NOT pressured into making a friendly ruling on SNC-Lavalin.
Anyone familiar with the political culture of Quebec has known this forever, but most have too much to gain to speak out against it.
“I want less corruption or more of a chance to participate in it” is a bumper sticker I once saw that describes the culture of Quebec to perfection.
commented 2019-02-11 20:26:27 -0500
The Mohammad Trudeau Liberal government is synonymous with corruption, it’s what they do
commented 2019-02-11 17:45:25 -0500
Robert.. it’s not beginning it’s already over and they’re just going through the motions now… Trudeau has everything in the right place the bribe money paid out with all the loose ends tied up along with financial aid from Lavelin plus the cooperation of the former AG or whatever she was.. no man.. this one’s in the bag just in time for election.!!
commented 2019-02-11 14:22:40 -0500
LIZA ROSIE commented 13 hours ago
“If she can be that unethical in the Boushie case, then I see no reason to assume she’s suddenly on the side of the angels with regards to SNC-Lavelin. "
That is a point that should not be ignored. If there is anyway an RCMP investigation can be avoided it will be avoided, but wouldn’t that be something months before an election.
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Speaking of the Colton Boushie case..
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Self-defence and defence of property is not a crime so why is it a crime.??!
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Home and family is our greatest asset and we are not allowed to protect either under current federal legislation without extreme duress, financial hardship and unnecessary bureaucracy applied to the one protecting his family or property..
Please support Max Bernier and Derrick Fildebrandt in their bids to free this Country and province from its current “parties of entitlement“
commented 2019-02-11 13:12:20 -0500
Well, I think it has to do with the LNG Gasline proposal in BC.
It involves first nations. I think there is an LNG well proposal in the area she is in.
The Liberals okay’ed the LNG gasline from Dawson Creek to Kitamat.
Who would do the contruction of that pipeline?
commented 2019-02-11 13:00:44 -0500
Of SNC Lavalin wanted to give a cut to the Attorney General, THEY would offer it directly to her w no say to the PMO.
I think she could have whatever she wanted from those guys unless she wanted something for her district to get re-elected. I “think” Henry Reardon.
commented 2019-02-11 12:45:05 -0500
Why are Liberal women not leaving the Trudeau gov’t over this when they’re supposedly taking a stand?
Their ethics are the same?
Are they afraid of how corrupt Trudeau actually is?
Do they like their power more than his ethics?
commented 2019-02-11 03:04:34 -0500
Meanwhile, over on the Russian side of the Arctic, a Russian community is suffering from an invasion of Polar bears.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/russian-islands-declare-emergency-after-polar-bear-invasion/ar-BBTpZFh?ocid=spartanntp
Remember that polar bears are now eating Canadian cuisine on our side of the Arctic.
https://globalnews.ca/news/4415128/inuit-hunter-killed-polar-bear-attack-nunavut/
Didn’t PM Butt’s precious WWF tell us their were hardly Polar bears left because climate change?
commented 2019-02-11 01:15:08 -0500
“If she can be that unethical in the Boushie case, then I see no reason to assume she’s suddenly on the side of the angels with regards to SNC-Lavelin. "
That is a point that should not be ignored. If there is anyway an RCMP investigation can be avoided it will be avoided, but wouldn’t that be something months before an election.

It makes me a little nervous though. When liberal politicians are cornered and need to take attention away from their misdeeds or even to emphasise a point before a bill is passed, false flags seem to occur and innocents usually get hurt. I’m sure its just coincidence though.
commented 2019-02-10 22:42:10 -0500
Henry.. strong points to ponder..!! If the’re liberal they’re guilty.!! It’s awful to think that way but that’s what it’s become.!
commented 2019-02-10 22:17:49 -0500
I wouldn’t be quite so quick to pin medals on Wilson-Raybould until we get more information on what actually happened. Call me cynical but how do we know she didn’t buck the deal that Trudeau wanted to give SNC-Lavelin because she wanted a bigger cut, rather than because she had moral objections to scratching their backs?

I might have given her the benefit of the doubt had it not been for her – and Trudeau’s – obviously massive displeasure over the verdict in the Boushie case where they both came right out and said that the “wrong” decision had been reached, i.e. the one that wasn’t politically correct. Anyone who actually believed in our legal system would have let that decision stand uncontested, not declared it wrong, nor would they have immediately set up a process to amend the whole system to make it difficult or impossible for such a decision to be made again. That approach did a great deal to discredit the current government in my opinion and make it look like they were going to declare the outcomes for every case before it was even heard. If she can be that unethical in the Boushie case, then I see no reason to assume she’s suddenly on the side of the angels with regards to SNC-Lavelin.

I’m with Brian Lilley on this one: get the police involved and investigate this and found out who really said and did what, then charge whoever is appropriate. As far as I’m concerned that can include Trudeau AND Wilson-Raybould – and the whole Liberal Cabinet – if the evidence supports the charge.
commented 2019-02-10 19:56:01 -0500
CHARRED REMAINS commented 2 hours ago
“Ron… I don’t think that’s to discuss charges, oh no.. I think that’s to discuss how to dismiss the charges while still keeping face and not losing popularity in the scandal.. "

Charred, that very well may be true. Trudeau and Scheer aren’t fit to govern.

LIZA ROSIE commented 1 hour ago
“…but it will depend on whether or not he can get out there more. He has to become more visible.”

Liza, before 2015 the media was already biased. Since Trudeau took over he is the only visible one because the media in Canada have been paid off and corrupted, outside of ‘The Rebel’ and a few independents.
How can Bernier become more visible if no one talks about him? Continued corruption by the Libs and Cons should drive any sane person into searching for an alternative. But
I am not sure how many Canadians are waking up to really know what is going on with the depth of corruption in Ottawa. Canadians have become too cozy in their complacency.
If you tell your family friends and neighbours about what is going on, the word will spread.
commented 2019-02-10 19:53:30 -0500
what do you mean “in place of “It’s OK to be White” posters” ?
commented 2019-02-10 19:42:27 -0500
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Google “ISLAMIC DEATH SEX”

That’s the new poster circulating around campus in place of “It’s OK to be White” posters that have been torn down! I heard they are also being placed on top of posters promoting LGBTQ2S on the campus hallways.

I went to my car parked on campus parking and on the windshield was a folded piece of paper under the wiper. I unfolded it and all that was on the plain, white sheet of paper was,“GOOGLE ISLAMIC DEATH SEX”.

Does anybody know what this is all about?

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commented 2019-02-10 19:39:08 -0500
Small but we can always hope.!!!
commented 2019-02-10 19:22:07 -0500
There may be a small chance that Junior doesn’t even make it to the next election if he gets ratted out.
commented 2019-02-10 18:53:50 -0500
Those Dirty Liberals!!!
commented 2019-02-10 18:20:23 -0500
Both the liberals and the cpc have dirty hands in this incident. Scheer is trying to pretend otherwise.

Peter concerning squeaking in as opposition, Bernier deserves it, but it will depend on whether or not he can get out there more. He has to become more visible. His ‘team’ needs to get on it. Bernier is the only competent and the only one with any integrity in this race. The ‘progs’ are slandering the PPC as the white supremacist party, which is stupid, considering the diversity in the party, but the left definitely have their claws out for Bernier. If Scheer blows this he will go down as the guy who couldn’t even beat that loser Trudeau. I don’t trust Scheer, and that’s nobody’s fault but his own.
commented 2019-02-10 17:29:21 -0500
Andrew did exactly the same thing as the liberals supporting the Quebec dairy cartel and the cartel cover their bets by looking after both sides of Canada’s political parties.. Andrew always plays both ends against the middle.. expect nothing but platitudes and a self-serving environment because that’s all these globalists roll.!!
Go Max.!!
commented 2019-02-10 17:16:53 -0500
Ron… I don’t think that’s to discuss charges, oh no.. I think that’s to discuss how to dismiss the charges while still keeping face and not losing popularity in the scandal..

Go Max.!!!
commented 2019-02-10 17:14:44 -0500
Peter.. Max has more on the go then the media is giving him credit for… The only one splitting votes is Andrew sheer. Worst case scenario Justin gets in with an ultra minority government and the two conservatives can make policy while neutering Trudeau’s party .. Best case scenario Max gets a majority and then the world can have a look to see if the CPC would crawl into bed with Justin‘s camp to once again dethrone max..
Go Max.!!
commented 2019-02-10 15:56:32 -0500
Damn, this is some great stuff going on here..
commented 2019-02-10 15:31:45 -0500
The corruption of the Liberal party will make little difference to the Liberal voters this coming election. The Liberal party has been corrupt for many decades now and they still keep getting elected.

With Andrew Sheer being a “Liberal Lite”, the on-the-fence Liberals will probably just vote for the Liberal party again because why would they bother voting for a Liberal Lite party when they can just vote for the real, the original, the true corruption, the Liberal party of Canada.

Maybe Maxime Bernier can wedge his PPC into being the official opposition.