What is the Trudeau government trying to hide from Canadians?
The Trudeau government email scandal is deepening.
Yesterday, I reported that a government employee at Shared Services Canada deleted 398 emails after receiving an Access-To-Information request for documents containing the words “Liberal Party.”
Under Access-To-Information law, that deletion is a crime.
Now, the scandal has gotten far worse for the Trudeau government
It turns out the employee who deleted the 398 emails is a Liberal Riding Association President.
What are they hiding?
This is a big deal, as it means the Trudeau government is now in a mad scramble to hide something from Canadians. And considering nearly 400 emails were deleted, that something must be huge.
It’s essential that we remember that those government records belong to us. Government workers serve Canadians, and while many do their jobs very well, this is an instance of partisanship corrupting our institutions.
As I said yesterday, we need to keep our eyes on this. It seems the Trudeau government is engaging in a cover-up, and that needs to be heavily investigated.
The opposition is not letting the government get a free pass, and they’re keeping up the heat in Question Period. In the video below, watch as MP John Brassard rips into the Trudeau government for the mass deletion:
Notice the reaction of the Trudeau government member MacKinnon. He had nothing of substance to respond with. His colleagues look concerned, and even they aren’t buying what he’s saying.
That’s how you can tell the government is scared.
So far, the elitist establishment media is giving almost zero coverage to this growing scandal. That means its up to us to get the truth out. Help share this story to spread the word of the growing corruption in the Trudeau government. Canadians need answers. We need to know what Trudeau and the government are hiding from us.
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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