February 13, 2019

Wilson-Raybould quits Trudeau cabinet on principle but new Justice Minister might let SNC-Lavalin off the hook

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, I talked about how one day after Justin Trudeau bragged about how former Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould was still in his cabinet, she quit.

When Trudeau first answered questions about the bombshell Globe & Mail investigation into corruption at SNC-Lavalin, he looked nervous and irritated when being asked to address the issue of whether former Justice Minister Jody Willson-Raybould was pressured to drop criminal charges against the company.

Then, while campaigning in British Columbia for the Burnaby-South by-election, Trudeau talked about the scandal with a grin, and a sparkle in his eyes. He looked like a winner and said he still had "full confidence" in Wilson-Raybould, adding that the fact she was still in cabinet should speak for itself.

Then she quit, signing her resignation letter "Puglaas," her Aboriginal name, which means "honourable, and lawyered up, with a former Supreme Court judge.

No one has ever quit Trudeau’s cabinet on principle.

Meanwhile, David Lametti, the new Justice Minister, has said that he just might let SNC-Lavalin off the hook anyways.

I wonder what else he’s agreed to do to keep his job?

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commented 2019-02-15 11:41:25 -0500
Jodis dad is an embarrassing member of the family who is a horrible man and a racist .
commented 2019-02-15 11:40:24 -0500
And get off their asses quit taking public money to do nothing and I really mean that to do nothing and integrate them selves into the fabric of the country and society
commented 2019-02-15 11:30:41 -0500
They don’t really need to organize they just need to get a job.!!
commented 2019-02-15 11:29:36 -0500
Jody’s dad is a unashamed racist and considering his views on white people Jody shouldn’t even be where she was..
commented 2019-02-15 09:45:21 -0500
Charred Remains!!!
Puglaas’s Dad even said nothing would be done unless “Indians” organize themselves!!
Self accountable to ACT. And her Dad can’t speak for a daughter let alone a woman in power and HE knew that.
commented 2019-02-14 19:10:13 -0500
That is the 500(?)billion dollar question Dave Sutton. It will be interesting to see if that fund dries up all of a sudden, except for an even smaller circle of more obedient media?
Donald Mac Cleod, “The fact that Trudeau made the comment about Raybould staying shows just how dumb he is”
Chantal on cbc said it was like going out on a limb and handing her the saw to then cut it off. Or something close to that.

Junior clearly doesn’t understand human nature, let alone women, to have said it. Too funny really.
commented 2019-02-14 10:50:49 -0500
Dave Sutton,
Thank you. Well said.
commented 2019-02-14 10:12:17 -0500
So let’s See; The First Nation’s Ancestry Cabinet Minister resigns on Principle & the newbie with an Italian Ancestry says no big Deal. Principled or not? Toadie or Sinicure builder for self-interest or Integrity to Canadian Voters? Your guess, I guess, or not.
commented 2019-02-14 08:36:01 -0500
The fact that Trudeau made the comment about Raybould staying shows just how dumb he is . He gave her the opportunity to show her hand is a royal flush without speaking a flipping word. In that expression about Raybould staying on he destroyed the pretense that she was a willing participant in his subterfuge.
commented 2019-02-14 08:18:25 -0500
I’m trying to sort something out here. Not too long ago jihad justin announced that there is a media slush-fund which he will use to support every media outlet across Canada providing they don’t “embarrass” the government by asking him “uncomfortable” questions. Now, this story was revealed by the Globe & Mail; exposing corruption in Trudeau’s dog pound. Does this mean that the Globe is now on our muslim PM’s hit list for failing to respect him and his muslim hordes? If that is the case then we now have friction forming between the leftist media and the hand that feeds them?
Trudeau has cemented a legacy that will remain ingrained in the minds of Canadians for all time. The name “trudeau” is now synonymous with “bandit”.
commented 2019-02-14 02:53:13 -0500
Now watch the video.!!
commented 2019-02-14 02:51:34 -0500
“You can’t put the dead on the stand beyond proving motive to my understanding. “
Then don’t trespass in a gang while you’re armed and intoxicated and in Colton’s case make a career from it with clear intent. Case closed..
commented 2019-02-14 02:48:43 -0500
commented 2019-02-14 01:37:45 -0500
Being self accountable.
Did you know being too drunk is a defense in criminal cases because if you can’t remember, you don’t have a clear motive?
That’s the law you and I are accountable too, Charred Remains.
Mitigating & aggravating factors even influence a Judge if a person is found guilty.
Everybody is guilty of being influenced by something.
But Boushie was never on trial for his mittigating and aggravating past events because he was dead.
You can’t put the dead on the stand beyond proving motive to my understanding.
If you don’t abide by that, what law of yours should Canada follow but a dictatorship?
commented 2019-02-13 22:55:25 -0500
He was a violent thug regardless of who influenced his life as we all make decisions that we have to be responsible for whether we like the outcomes or not.
commented 2019-02-13 22:54:14 -0500
Like any other leftist you’re in-capable of answering the question knowing full well it will lead to more questions that you would find uncomfortable to answer… I understand that you’re not big enough .
commented 2019-02-13 20:24:13 -0500
I’m Catholic,
Everybody is a sinner but God.
Self defence is acceptable.
I feel bad for that young man because he probably got too drunk to think critically.
Gerald Stanley had to shoot him.
That’s what the law says.
I think Bousie was probably brainwashed by ethocentric natives to some extent too.
commented 2019-02-13 20:12:59 -0500
Am I to understand you’re saying Colton Boushie is innocent.? Is that what you’re saying. And with that a man is not allowed to defend himself against a life-threatening aggressor outnumbered and disadvantaged.??
commented 2019-02-13 20:05:27 -0500
We disagree a lot based on measurements don’t we?
I thought I was a drama queen, Charred. Don’t be so exaggerated.
commented 2019-02-13 20:03:36 -0500
I don’t think Boushie is guilty. That was an editing error. Charred.
commented 2019-02-13 20:02:29 -0500
That’s not a little question. Little is
used to emphasize how small an amount is.
“I have little doubt of their identity”
synonyms: hardly any, not much, slight, small, scant, limited, restricted, modest, little or no, minimal, negligible;"
A little question is asked as such,
“Do you believe Boushie is guilty?”.
Answer? No, I don’t. Think BOUSHIE is guilty.
You, however… Well, I’m not omnipotent. I trust the application of the law & the rules establish thereforth.
commented 2019-02-13 19:43:54 -0500
Do you believe in the bravery of the jurors who delivered a not guilty verdict to a man who was fighting for his life and that of his wife knowing full well that in spite of the evidence Gerald Stanley was guilty of defending his life and his property in native eyes.. ya.. that’s where it starts with just a “little“
commented 2019-02-13 19:38:03 -0500
Do you understand it always starts with a “little “.!! Do you believe in unbiassed jury selection .?It’s just a yes or no question.
commented 2019-02-13 19:30:43 -0500
I have an acerbic way of speaking like you Charred. And a mordant sense of humour.
Would you like the Queen’s English or Administrative English next?
commented 2019-02-13 19:26:46 -0500
Hilter and Mussolini were very Ethocentric.
Do you understand the term “little” Charred?
commented 2019-02-13 19:07:07 -0500
A little ethocentric = a lot of danger and speaks to a great deal of immaturity and a good leader can’t be like that.!!
Hitler was a little ethnocentric but what the hell eh..!!
commented 2019-02-13 19:02:07 -0500
ENOUGH..!! You talk through both sides of your face and speak with a forked tongue..
commented 2019-02-13 18:59:07 -0500
These are not observations beyond the obvious and you were looking for a way out… I just said he was armed and with his gang, trespassing on private property and while doing so he was in the process of commissioning violent crimes towards the defendant and was shot. I just said he was armed and with his gang trespassing on private property and in doing so he was in the process of commissioning violent crimes towards the defendant..If you knew any more about the trial then you would know that the prosecutors and defence counsel both heard natives talking at the jury selection process and were calling Gerald Stanley a murderer in spite of the facts so were obviously excluded and then cry racial discrimination… even the witnesses stories changed several times before hitting trial… There is nothing wrong with our judicial process and everything wrong with innocence by virtue of race. All this information is available.. Anybody shows up at my place out numbering me, drunk, armed and in a foul mood looking to lighten me of my possessions and possibly of my life and has done this to me many times before in my life. They will be shot in self-defence.
commented 2019-02-13 18:42:45 -0500
You make an observation as a statement of fact, somebody might hold you to it, Charred.
Heads up!
commented 2019-02-13 18:40:59 -0500
I think the verdict of self defense is right.
I did say Puglaas might be a little ethocentric, go back and read it.
Just like you can be a little abrasive, Carbonated Relic… Or Blackened Corpse. Sorry, that’s just my observation and not an opinion.
By your observations you have no opinions, right buddy?
You’re the omnipotent one and the Priest that upholds all the laws of the land & faith are yah?
How cute.