February 13, 2019

Trudeau all but calls Jody Wilson-Raybould a liar. How is this fight going to end?

Ezra LevantRebel Commander


I know we’ve talked a lot about it, but I think we have to:

The explosive Globe and Mail story about Jody Wilson-Raybould being fired as justice minister because she wouldn’t drop the criminal charges against SNC Lavalin, a well-connected Quebec engineering firm that was caught paying bribes.

Yesterday, Trudeau started to fight back, essentially calling her a liar; if anything was wrong, it’s her fault.

Well, the media is convinced.

The CBC was making the case that really, Trudeau is the victim here. We’ve disappointed him. We’ve let him down. Especially that uppity girl, Jody...

And while Bob Fife and Steve Chase and Sean Fine, the three Globe reporters who broke the story, while they are still interested in the story, other members of the Globe staff think it’s much ado about nothing.

I mean, can’t the Globe go back to the good old days, like back in December, when they’d run huge PR-style stories about SNC Lavalin?

Official Liberal Ottawa is circling the wagons, too:

Some Liberal MPs in Parliament today call this all "a witch hunt." They say this is fake. They hate Jody Wilson Raybould, because she wasn’t willing to be bought off with little political trinkets, like they are.

My prediction: this will blow over, and be forgotten long before the next election.

The only thing that might change things is if the RCMP decides to file charges. They did against Mike Duffy — it was a bogus charge; the trial was a joke; Duffy was acquitted. But the police achieved their real goal — getting rid of Harper.

The RCMP is now run by Trudeau’s hand-picked new RCMP commissioner. I wonder: Is she loyal to the politician who just made her career?

Or is she loyal to the law — and to another woman who was chewed up and spat out by Trudeau for becoming a problem?

I’m not optimistic...

NEXT: One of our newest Rebel reporters, Keean Bexte, broke a bombshell of a story out of Alberta. 

Last year, NDP Premier Rachel Notley investigated two of her MLAs for sexual misconduct, but their names were never released.

Today, Keean updated this story with shocking new information. You can WATCH his exclusive investigative report HERE — and tonight he joins me to talk more about it.

FINALLY: Your messages to me!

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commented 2019-02-16 17:53:28 -0500
Jamie MacMaster commented
““There is something wrong with our system….”

It’s called the electorate, LIZA. "

In part but many Canadians were duped by the “Liberals” long ago, and future generations of Canadians will continue to pay the price for the damage cannot be undone.

https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/esp_sociopol_nwo154.htm
commented 2019-02-15 22:21:27 -0500
LIes, what lies? The Dauphin will always defect and send his flying monkeys to attack. Same shit, different day!!
commented 2019-02-15 08:07:21 -0500
“There is something wrong with our system….”

It’s called the electorate, LIZA.

My wife and I were talking this morning. If you picked 100 Canadians at random, what percentage would give you a blank look if you mentioned JW-R?
commented 2019-02-15 02:22:25 -0500
Now that’s an interesting conjecture Charred Remains… It would indeed be “interesting” to see what happens on the B.C. provincial scene if only three seats are removed on South Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands… A return to reality???
commented 2019-02-14 23:54:36 -0500
Karen… You might want to move to the lower mainland if the normal people occupying the rest of the province wish to tie themselves to this one… Don’t worry… the snowflakes there won’t miss it because they don’t use the rest of the province so they don’t need to control it .
commented 2019-02-14 23:52:42 -0500
Go Go Justin.. and take Notley with you to the unemployment line.!!
commented 2019-02-14 23:06:36 -0500
You know,
I tell yah you can listen to what informants say about life on the inside or you can just tell the place you want to obey or comply what to do with the same old tricks and just make the enemy you want to fight at your border stronger.
Protectionism does not work in politics as a sole defense.
commented 2019-02-14 20:46:08 -0500
We can see by both stories tonight that guilty people shun the spotlight of exposure. Both Trudeau and Notley call The Rebel names because they hate the truth. But truth destroys lies as light destroys darkness. Let’s remember these scandals when Alberta’s and Canada’s elections are called.
commented 2019-02-14 20:15:23 -0500
How’s it going to end..?? You’re right nobody knows… But I do know one thing that a vote for limited witnesses instead of everybody that was involved and complete disclosure, but most importantly anybody not letting JWR speak for herself is a vote for government corruption and cronyism.!! THIS IS ILLEGAL BEHAVIOUR… I believe I am speaking for all Canadians when I say I believe we are entitled to a fair and just legal system that dispenses justice equally for all, where corruption is not encouraged or rewarded but punished openly and to the fullest extent of the law.!!
commented 2019-02-14 20:07:44 -0500
“We may need a new boundary line between BC and Alberta, to delineate the working mans part of BC and from lotus land, which can fall off into the sea as far as I am concerned. We’ll find other ways to get our goods to market.“
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Liza… we should do that because the freaks-n-loops are in the lower mainland in the concentrated population zone. They wouldn’t even miss the rest of BC because they don’t use it especially a little bit north, Normal people live there and I’m sure that they wouldn’t mind changing the provincial name to keep their land along with the right to use it.
commented 2019-02-14 19:44:50 -0500
How is it going to end? Nobody can say definitively how it will play out, but I sure hope we get to see Justin, Telford and Butts squirm in front of a public inquiry. I know, fat chance, but wouldn’t that be juicy? . This has got to hurt the Liberals. They won’t come out unscathed.
commented 2019-02-14 19:38:16 -0500
Horgan was stopped at the border because he had some ‘white stuff ’ on him? The scandal!
Oh, you don’t mean that kind of snow.
I can dream. can’t I. How did BC get stuck with that jack o lad again? BC politics has been real messed up for decades, I mean quarter centuries going on half. When were BC politics ever sane? Bunch of car dealers and fairies.
We may need a new boundary line between BC and Alberta, to delineate the working mans part of BC and from lotus land, which can fall off into the sea as far as I am concerned. We’ll find other ways to get our goods to market.
commented 2019-02-14 18:17:56 -0500
Andy… At first I thought the “funny white stuff” you were talking about was discovered in Horgan‘s briefcase when he dropped it and broke it open..lol
commented 2019-02-14 16:48:02 -0500
You’re right Ron Joseph… Horgan the Organ was indeed off to Seattle to talk “climate change” but apparently had a tough time getting there because of that “funny white stuff” on the ground… Indeed, Victoria International Airport had more of that “funny white stuff” on the ground than at any time in previous history…
commented 2019-02-14 16:14:47 -0500
How is this fight going to end?

What fight? After turdo la doo calling JW-R incompetent publicly, we can likely bet on a couple of things:

(a) JW-R’s silence is a given.
(b) turdo is certain that:
(i) there is nothing incriminating in traceable format
(ii) the press will toe the 600 million dollar line
(iii) Scheer-the-steer is incompetent/cowardly/compromised
commented 2019-02-14 14:47:22 -0500
Muta.. I think my cocktail waitress could defeat Rachel Notley right now so at this point we must be very careful not to vote in what we just got rid of.!! Hopefully the NDP get reduced in this province do it the Liberals were annihilated to in Ontario just as a permanent life lesson..
Go Derrick.!!!
commented 2019-02-14 14:20:01 -0500
Liza Rosie, Very well thought out response.
I am storing your rule close by so we can use it on other Politicians that try to destroy our country.
" If we take it by not striking when we can, it will enable them. "

We will have no shortage of Politicians to use this rule on, now that Premier Horgan is turning into a typical NDP Provincial Destroyer.
Among other things, he had a meeting with the Coffee Slurping Left Wing American nuts in Seattle about a Rapid Transit Rail line between Vancouver and Portland, so Lower Mainland people can go to Football games. I think we have more important things to discuss.
commented 2019-02-14 14:15:14 -0500
Muta, I think Junior has that well in hand.
commented 2019-02-14 14:09:32 -0500
Robert McClelland, Let’s hope we can destroy Trudeau’s Liberal Brand to the degree that Flounder’s brothers Lincoln Continental was destroyed in Animal House.
commented 2019-02-14 13:59:06 -0500
Charred Remains , How many of the incumbent NDP members do you think are going to go down in flames in the upcoming election. And is Notley despised as much as Wynne was in Ontario to suffer the same ignominy when the votes are counted?
My trust in media is such that no polling data reported can be believed . But you can certainly get a good sense of how it’s going by talking to real people in real places like the hardware stores ,grocery stores , church members etc.
commented 2019-02-14 13:51:36 -0500
I have obtained exclusive footage of a disillusioned Trudeau supporter speaking to members of the Trudeau cabinet.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOXtWxhlsUg
😎😜
commented 2019-02-14 13:35:42 -0500
We must be careful that we do not throw the baby out with the bathwater which would be the case electing Jason Kenney. We are playing for keeps now.. not just for a regime change, because too much is going on in the province, in the country and around the world. If you want to FasTrac Alberta back to prosperity and energy independence please vote Derek Fildebrant to restore Alberta to pre-NDP levels of prosperity and commonsense public land use for the citizens not subjects of Alberta.!!
Go Derrick.!
commented 2019-02-14 13:34:33 -0500
Sorry for the double posting… I don’t know why that happened .
commented 2019-02-14 13:34:21 -0500
Liza, I don’t think you will ever see Liberals participate in a vote of non-confidence against a Liberal government but there does seem to be a split developing in their party which can only be a good thing with an election coming. I am getting the sense that this scandal has reached critical mass and that the government and the CBC are no longer in control of the narrative.
😁
commented 2019-02-14 13:32:57 -0500
Can’t we just have somebody with normal conservative values running the province..?? Why is it that when people get elected they suddenly forget why it is there there and began to impose their sexual orientation‘s and other activist agendas against the will of the majority.!! Maybe 38% got them voted in but it’s the 62% that decides if they did a good job or not.!! The paper boy… In fact any paper boy would have no trouble defeating the NDP in Alberta… We must be careful that we do not throw the baby out with the bathwater which would be the case electing Jason Kenney. The paperboy… In fact any paper boy would have no trouble defeating the NDP in Alberta… We must be careful that we do not throw the baby out with the bathwater which would be the case electing Jason Kenney. We are playing for keeps now.. not just for a regime change, because too much is going on in the province, in the country and around the world. If you want to FasTrac Alberta back to prosperity and energy independence please vote Derek Fildebrant to restore Alberta to pre-NDP levels of prosperity and commonsense public land use for the citizens not subjects of Alberta.!!
Go Derrick.!
commented 2019-02-14 13:24:32 -0500
Robert, ctv seems to be providing more fair coverage so far. I wonder if enough ‘insiders’ could add up to a conceivable vote of non confidence added onto the opposition. I can only dream.
commented 2019-02-14 13:21:31 -0500
Sorry Ron. Yes I was responding to your comment. It didn’t sound like you were showing compassion for Notley at all. I also agree that there is a big difference between the path of destruction that Notley is helping carve out of the west and a drug addled adulterous mp. He has an obligation to his constituents to not have a drug problem. I don’t care if he screws around, but if the tables are turned, Notley’s cabal would have no trouble eviscerating whom ever they managed to get in their sights. Look at how they try to slander Kenney, because he (is allegedly) gay, and lives with his mother. I don’t care much for Kenney, but you get my point. This is war. We didn’t declare it. We can’t afford to take any prisoners by feeling compassion for our enemies don’t. They took their gloves off a long time ago, calling us foul names and trying to brand us as racists and nazis. If we take it by not striking when we can, it will enable them. They cannot attack us and expect us not to take advantage of every opportunity they give us to act in kind. The guy is one of Notley’s. He slipped up. Taking the high road only makes them laugh at us. That is my take anyway.
commented 2019-02-14 13:17:13 -0500
The spinning has begun. Its more proof that some votes are more equal than others, and some Canadians are just collateral damage. That the msm is helping seed the lies to do their masters bidding is sickening, but not surprising at all. Justin is a crook. Its time for Quebec to show some integrity and support a full investigation with full participation of the key players, if they care about anything but themselves. Speak up Quebec if you care about this place staying a united land, because here in the west, we are done.
commented 2019-02-14 12:38:48 -0500
Charred Remains—-The damage control that you mentioned has SPREAD from Quebec to CBC and their other blackmailed partners. 15 minutes ago CBC had Macleans editor Paul Wells (Trudeau’s Friend) explaining about the 10,000 SNC Canadian jobs and how our great PM was doing Canada a favor by ignoring the Justice System and saving those jobs.

I believe you pointed out that the jobs just don’t disappear if SNC goes under, someone changes the Company name from SNC to SND and everything goes back to normal, only without the crooked executives.