On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, I explained how evidence has emerged that proves Justin Trudeau lied about pressuring former Justice Minister and Attorney General, Jody Wilson-Raybould, to grant a differed prosecution agreement (DPA) to SNC-Lavalin.
Jody Wilson-Raybould was banned from testifying against before the House of Commons justice committee, after the Liberals on that committee voted against it. But then she released a recording of a phone call she had with Michael Wernick, the clerk of the Privy Counsel.
The recording proves that Trudeau was sending his man to badger her; months after the decision was already made to prosecute, Trudeau was pressuring her to change her mind.
Now, to be sure, Wilson-Raybould's own comments were self-serving — she knew she was recording herself. But so what? It proves the point that Wernick surely would have denied were it not on tape: she objected to the pressure.
In fact, Trudeau has specifically said JWR had never objected to the pressure.
So that’s a lie.