Trudeau Government May Punish Canadian Hero Who Revealed Khadr Payment

What happened to being the “most transparent” government ever?

One thing that’s often left out during discussion of the disgraceful $10.5 million payment to Omar Khadr made by the Trudeau government, is the fact that the government tried to keep it hidden.

If Trudeau had his way, Canadians never would have heard about it.

It’s a disgusting attitude – especially from a government that promised to be the most transparent ever.

In their contempt for Canadians, the Trudeau government doesn’t think we deserve to know that millions of our taxpayer dollars are going towards Omar Khadr.

Thankfully, a Canadian hero made sure the information got to the public, giving Canadians a chance to know the truth.

Now however, it’s been revealed that the Trudeau government Privy Council Office is investigating to try and find who shared the truth with Canadians.

As noted by Global, “PCO spokesperson Shane Diaczuk confirmed that his office “is following up to determine the facts surrounding this release of information and will be taking appropriate measures.”

That could mean the Canadian patriot who revealed info of the Khadr payment could actually be punished for doing the right thing.

This is the total opposite of transparency. It shows how much Trudeau was lying during the campaign when he promised a transparent government.

Now, those who reveal the truth are being punished. It’s a disgrace.

Whoever released that info to Canadians is a hero, and should be rewarded, not punished. 

Instead of punishing people who stand up for Canadians, the Trudeau government should stop hiding the truth, and should start living up to their own rhetoric on openness and transparency.

Spencer Fernando


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