What are they hiding?
As I reported on May 18, the Trudeau government has been withholding documents from Canada’s Auditor General Michael Ferguson.
Things got so bad, that Ferguson was forced to take the almost unprecedented step of appealing directly to MP’s to request information and explain that he was being denied necessary information needed to do his job.
Without the info, the Auditor General couldn’t give a report on how certain programs run by the Finance Department were being handled. As a result, it has become increasingly clear that the Trudeau government has something to hide.
As I wrote at the time, “With the Auditor General now having to fight to get the information he is legally entitled to, it’s yet further proof that Trudeau’s promise of “openness” and “transparency” was one of the biggest lies in Canadian political history.”
Now, Ferguson has appeared before a Parliamentary Committee, where he discussed what is taking place. Watch his appearance in the video below:
(Auditor General’s comments begin at 5:00 minute mark)
You can see that Ferguson is very careful in his wording – or else Trudeau would likely have him removed – but he is still clear on the fact that the Trudeau government is not giving him the access he is supposed to have.
As the Trudeau government continues to block Canadians from knowing what’s happening in our own government, we have to ask the question: What are they hiding from us?
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