Aside from Trudeau, does anybody in the country believe it?
Dick Fadden, the former head of CSIS and a National Security Advisor to both Stephen Harper and Justin Trudeau has rejected Trudeau’s conspiracy theory blaming India for the invite of convicted attempted murderer Jaspal Atwal.
As reported by iHeart Radio – who interviewed Fadden – he says “I just don’t see it. If it were true, it would be very serious indeed, which is why I think it’s probably not true because I still don’t see the advantage to India of their doing this.”
Justin Trudeau was caught giving two ‘explanations’ for the invite at the same time, when he said he would speak to the Liberal MP responsible for the invite – Randeep Sarai – while also spreading the conspiracy theory pushed by his government that “rogue elements” within the Indian government were to blame.
As Fadden said to host Evan Solomon, “Yes it’s theoretically possible that an agency came up with this brilliant idea and proceeded without the agreement of the government of India, but I think that’s fairly unlikely. I think it was a series of mistakes. Very often when it’s a major trip abroad and other people are given the opportunity to invite people, things fall between the cracks. My guess is that’s what happened in this case.”
Fadden’s rejection of Trudeau’s conspiracy theory is another huge blow to the non-existent credibility of the government, and comes not long after Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale got wrecked by the media trying to spin the same BS story about who was to blame.
At this point, it seems that nobody in Canada aside from Justin Trudeau believes the conspiracy theory. That said, Trudeau’s conspiracy talk has shed light on one important truth: Justin is willing to destroy Canada’s relationship with India in a pathetic attempt to protect his own image.
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