A criminal act?
It has been revealed by Opposition MP Pierre Poilievre that the Trudeau government received an Access-To-Information request at Shared Services Canada, for all documents containing the words “Liberal Party.”
However, rather than live up to their “open and transparent” talking points, it appears that the employee shared only 12 documents, while deleting a total of 398 documents.
What are they hiding? What don’t they want us to see?
Poilievre points out that deleting documents in that way would be considered a crime under the Access-To-Information Act.
In the video below, watch as Pierre Poilievre rips the Trudeau government for the deletion of files:
Government getting the bus ready
You can be certain that the Trudeau government is getting a bus ready and is preparing to throw that employee under the bus if the investigation goes forward.
However, do you really think that the employee would delete all of that info on their own without direction from anyone?
We already know the Trudeau government thinks accountability to Canadians is a waste of their time. Trudeau is already gutting the parliamentary watchdogs, and weakening the positions that would be investigating his own ethics problems.
Deleting a bunch of documents certainly seems like something that fits the MO of the Trudeau government.
This is something that is important for us to keep our eyes on. If the Trudeau government is engaged in a cover-up, that must be investigated to the fullest and the Canadian people deserve answers.
The elites want to hide their many failures behind political correctness, deception, and manipulation. We need to push back and spread the truth.
That’s why I write.
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