AVOIDANCE: Bergen Asks About India Conspiracy Theory, Trudeau Pathetically Tries Deflecting Attention Onto Scheer

Trudeau is desperate to avoid questions about the India conspiracy theory, and is trying to pin responsibility on everybody except himself.

It looks like Justin Trudeau has picked the latest scapegoat for the fallout from his India trip.

Andrew Scheer.

Having exhausted the mileage he got out of blaming India, and then blaming his blaming of India on the public service, Trudeau is now blaming his blaming of the public service for blaming India on Andrew Scheer.

In Question Period, Conservative House Leader Candice Bergen asked Justin Trudeau whether he was aware that National Security Advisor Daniel Jean would be telling the media about the conspiracy theory pinning Jaspal Atwal’s invite on India.

Instead of answering the question, Trudeau tried to shift the focus on Andrew Scheer.

Watch the exchange below:

Pathetic avoidance and deception from Trudeau

Here’s why Trudeau’s attempt to shift the focus onto Andrew Scheer is so pathetic and deceptive.

First of all, if Andrew Scheer was given a classified briefing, he wouldn’t be able to talk about what he was told in the briefing.

So, if he was told that the government was making it all up and there was no India conspiracy, Scheer would just be forced to say that he can’t talk about the info he received. That would help Trudeau, as it would make it seem like the government was telling the truth, and Scheer would be restricted by law from talking about it.

That means the “invite” to a classified briefing is a trap.

Secondly, the Trudeau government already sent Jean out to brief the media, so for Trudeau to argue that Jean can’t testify is a disgrace, and it is a total deception.

Once again, Trudeau is doing everything possible to avoid taking responsibility for the disaster that was his India trip, and he’s desperately searching for anyone else to take the fall.

That may be a sign of many things, but leadership and character isn’t one of them.

Spencer Fernando

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