Bombshell Corruption Report & Firing Of Jody Wilson-Raybould Will Lead To Trudeau Facing Growing Accusations Of Racism & Sexism

It appears increasingly possible that Justin Trudeau fired Canada’s first Indigenous Female Attorney General because she refused to violate the laws in order to help Justin’s elitist corporate buddies.

Justin Trudeau has tried to cast himself as the most ‘woke,’ and ‘modern’ leader ever.

Yet, Canadians are realizing that he is instead just a new ‘marketable’ face on the same corrupt political class.

And now, following the bombshell report alleging that the Trudeau PMO tried to force the Attorney General at the time (Jody Wilson-Raybould) to interfere in the prosecution case against SNC-Lavalin, it’s becoming clear that Trudeau will face growing accusations of racism and sexism as a result.

It seems increasingly possible that Trudeau fired Jody Wilson-Raybould – Canada’s first Indigenous Female Attorney General – because she wouldn’t do her bidding to protect the elites.

Here’s what former Liberal strategist Warren Kinsella wrote about it:

“And did they punish the first female indigenous leader for refusing to go along with a dirty deal for their cronies?

This Globe and Mail story strongly suggests the answer is yes, to both questions. If true, this is corruption at the very highest levels of the federal government.

I’ve known this story was coming, but didn’t know it would be this bad. It’s bad.

It’s now clear that Justin Trudeau knifed Jody Wilson-Raybould because she refused to protect friends of Justin Trudeau. Friends enmeshed in multiple corruption scandals.

This one has it all: racism, cronyism, corruption.”

Justin Trudeau has accused his opponents of racism and sexism for far less.

As always, Trudeau accuses his opponents of what he himself is doing.

So, Canadian politics could have a serious racism and sexism problem. And that problem is Justin Trudeau himself.

Spencer Fernando

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