It’s the anniversary of 9/11, the worst catastrophe of my generation. Thousands murdered in the name of Islam; 18 years later, America is still fighting a war in Afghanistan, where thousands more have died.
Of course the New York Times is whitewashing the event by saying that 2,000 people when “airplanes took aim” at the World Trade Centre. Nothing to do with Islam, you see. The 2,000 people didn’t just “die”. They were killed. And actually, it was 2,977 people killed that day, including those on the planes.
But at least the New York Times mentioned it. Trudeau thought so little of 9/11 that he chose it as the date to call an election — to make the day about him, him, him.
You know that many passenger planes were diverted from the U.S. to Newfoundland on 9/11 for security reasons. And so many Newfoundlanders took those passengers into their homes out of friendship and loyalty; it was a beautiful story, a Canadian story, but really a Newfoundland story, to be accurate. And there’s a Broadway musical about it called Come From Away, which is good.
Trudeau co-opted that play, and made it about him, him, him.
My point is that Trudeau spent more time talking about himself at Come From Away, a musical about 9/11, than he actually does at any 9/11 commemoration.
Ottawa blocks RCMP on SNC-Lavalin inquiry
Trudeau's Liberal government is citing cabinet confidentiality, denying access to documents and witnesses. The probe into #LavScam will be on hold during the election campaign.
Ottawa didn't block anything. Ottawa is a city.
Justin Trudeau is the one obstructing the RCMP investigation into his obstruction.
Welcome to the Libranos.
Even more corrupt than the Chretien and Martin Liberals, if that’s even possible. You know, my new book comes out today — it’s called The Libranos: What the media won’t tell you about Justin Trudeau’s corruption.
Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion convicted Trudeau of his fifth violation of the Conflict of Interest Act last month, and he said he didn't even know the half of what went on between the Liberals and SNC-Lavalin.
Why has the RCMP taken it in stride — even as the corrupt Librano Gerald Butts returns come back to run the show?
Brenda Lucki was hand-picked by Trudeau to be the latest RCMP Commissioner just as the battle between him and Jody Wilson-Raybould heated up.
The RCMP has accepted the PMO's excuse that Trudeau's hands are tied on SNC-Lavalin during the election.
And Trudeau's state broadcaster will accept it too.
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