March 08, 2019

Anthony Furey: Top bureaucrats' “cozy relationship” with SNC-Lavalin raises more questions

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, Toronto Sun columnist Anthony Furey joined me to discuss the SNC-Lavalin scandal.

Despite resigning in shame weeks ago, Gerald Butts still had copies of internal communications from the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) that he was able to use during his testimony.

Anthony explained that civil servants aren't allowed to keep documents after leaving their jobs, so it's possible that Trudeau's PMO is leaking information to Butts.

WATCH my interview with Anthony to see how the unfolding of this scandal is revealing the "cozy relationship" between SNC-Lavalin executives and top bureaucrats in Ottawa.

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commented 2019-03-09 22:25:32 -0500
Bruce p said”the former Clerk of the Privy Council is now the chairman of SNC-Lavalin? And he is calling the Clerk of the Privy Council”?
Some jobs should be unavailable to people who have served at the highest levels of civil service or government in Canada and it should be that way because almost instantly criminal activity or at least extremely unethical activity could be brought into play behind the scenes so deeply if not for extenuating circumstances such as we are experiencing now we might never have found out about such activities involving the former clerk of the privy Council now serving as a high-level executive for the same engineering firm that’s in trouble right now.!!!! Is it possible for security threats as well as monolithic opportunity for conflict of interest, corruption, interference, obstruction, collusion conspiracy and so on.
This without a doubt is Canada’s greatest scandal to be exposed ever and they haven’t even touched the surface of the prime minister‘s involvement what potential interference or obstruction charges or how far the collusion goes into SNC.!! This transparent gender friendly all things to everyone government is tied to the largest scandal in Canadian history and is doing everything humanly possible to contain criminal charges… I don’t think this is even about an election anymore, they are pretty sure they’ve lost but now it’s damage control for the guilty and to contain the depth of the rabbit hole. Where is the RCMP.?!? Who do they answer to in the time of political crisis when the prime minister faces serious allegations and is possibly guilty of criminal charges.? This is about our rule of law, it is most serious and needs to be investigated. There is four separate ethical violations charges against this prime minister and now this so what is the holdup, the longer this goes on the harder it is to work with and the potential loss of evidence is greater.!!
commented 2019-03-09 17:00:35 -0500
Holy friggin sh!t Al Peterson… My dog ate my homework routine.. What da?