April 04, 2019

Did Trudeau commit a crime ejecting Wilson-Raybould and Philpott from caucus?

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, I reported on the numerous conflicts Justin Trudeau's had with women in his party, and raise the possibility that he committed a crime by ejecting Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott from the Liberal caucus. 

A few months ago, Trudeau drove out Liberal MP Leona Alleslev. She said Trudeau didn’t let her speak, only used her as window-dressing. She crossed the floor to the Conservatives.

And then Jody Wilson-Raybould. And Jane Philpott. And then Celina Caesar-Chevannes — who said Trudeau raged at her when she said she wasn’t running again.

Why does Mr. Male Feminist have such a problem working with women?

Trudeau's first Minister of Immigration, John McCallum, was fired for incompetence — then rewarded by being appointed Canada's ambassador to China. Which he screwed up again!

How Trudeau is only granting these golden parachutes to men?

A bit of irony: There’s a feminist lobby group on Parliament Hill today

"Dear @JustinTrudeau We are here in Ottawa as young women participating in a conference and we wholeheartedly condemn you ejecting Jody Wilson-Raybould & Jane Philpott from caucus. Respect the integrity of women & indigenous leaders in politics. Do better. #cdnpoli"

Well, they were reportedly given a lecture about their meeting with Trudeau — they were told not to pull any stunts or embarrass him, because otherwise their funding would be jeopardized.

WATCH my video to see how the Trudeau may have violated sections of the Parliament of Canada Act when he ejected Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott. 

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commented 2019-04-05 13:06:04 -0400
This is what you get Canada when you elect the Low-intellect Justin Trudope PM . . . it was obvious in 2015 that this clown show would be detrimental to the well-being of Canada . . . but 39% of the dumbest Canooks bought the nonsense.
Will Canada ever recover from this idiot we call PM today . . . . I suspect not ! ! !
commented 2019-04-05 12:18:30 -0400
Parliament of Canada Act 49.7
Any determination of a matter relating to the internal operations of a party by the caucus, a committee of the caucus, or the caucus chair is final and not subject to judicial review.
commented 2019-04-05 11:34:26 -0400
" they were told not to pull any stunts or embarrass him, because otherwise their funding would be jeopardized."

Hmm, sounds like a veiled threat. Criticizing the PM is now unacceptable? Trudeau is permitted to shoot his mouth off about anything he wants but the rest of us are to keep silent or else!?
Heil Trudeau. Caesar is speaking.
commented 2019-04-05 02:48:05 -0400
“Did Trudeau commit a crime ejecting Wilson-Raybould and Philpott from caucus?”

What’s one more to a guy like Justin.
commented 2019-04-04 22:10:04 -0400
The Libranos hate laws unless they serve their interests.
commented 2019-04-04 20:41:20 -0400
Either way what happens in the fall election.. Trudeau and the majority of the liberalist globalist crew should be escorted out in hand cuffs… right into holding cells.. awaiting bail hearings.
commented 2019-04-04 19:36:46 -0400
The jury is the Canadian public and we will get our chance to judge him innocent or guilty at the ballot box.
Nothing will come of this until the election which is a good thing.Trudeau can wear this albatross of an issue around his neck right up to the point where he concedes the fall election.
commented 2019-04-04 16:13:19 -0400
So when will the RCMP be investigating this?

From the CBC April 26, 2016:
Just a few hours before a judge acquitted Senator Mike Duffy of all criminal charges related to his Senate expenses last week, RCMP Assistant Commissioner Gilles Michaud thanked investigators for a job well done.

“As always, we will respect the decision of the court. Regardless of the outcome, I want to take the opportunity to thank those of you who have worked on this very significant file. It is one that generated high public interest and scrutiny. The case is reflective of the types of investigations that we are responsible for here, at National Division,” Michaud wrote in an internal message for staff obtained by CBC News.

The RCMP sure didn’t let the grass grow under their feet with Duffy:

The RCMP has charged Senator Mike Duffy with bribery, frauds on the government and 29 other charges related to Senate expenses, the awarding of consultant contracts and the acceptance of a $90,000 payment by the prime minister’s former chief of staff.

“The RCMP has laid a total of 31 charges against Mr. Duffy,” Assistant Commissioner Gilles Michaud said. He said Duffy is scheduled to appear in an Ottawa court on Sept. 16


Maybe they are waiting for spring so the grass can grow.
commented 2019-04-04 15:20:08 -0400
The wannabe dictraitor considers himself exempt from any and all Canadian Law.
commented 2019-04-04 13:36:11 -0400
I think we need another ‘Hitler Rant’ video on this.
We’d know what went on in the secret Liberal meeting planning their boot.
commented 2019-04-04 13:12:47 -0400
“Why didn’t you shoot that unruly pony? "

Because the packers who bought them at the auction barn do that themselves. ;)
commented 2019-04-04 12:36:50 -0400
Jamie, so it’s your fault that the Liberal voters bought your shiny pony. Why didn’t you shoot that unruly pony?
commented 2019-04-04 12:03:22 -0400
I had a shiny pony
I called him turdo two
I put him in a fancy house
To see what he would do
He kicked and bit his neighbours
He pissed upon the floors
I took him to the auction barn
And sold the son-of-a-whore