WATCH: Jody Wilson-Raybould Says She Hopes For “Opportunity To Speak My Truth,” Before Trudeau Votes Against Letting Her Speak Freely About PMO Scandal

“Privilege and confidentiality are not mine to waive” says Wilson-Raybould.

In a statement before votes in the House of Commons, Jody Wilson-Raybould spoke.

Here’s what she said:

“I understand fully that Cdns want to know the truth & want transparency. Privilege & confidentiality are not mine to waive & I hope that I have the opportunity to speak my truth.”

It’s a move that took lots of integrity.

Yet, right after her comments and decision to abstain from the votes, Justin Trudeau voted against giving her the ability to speak, as he and the Liberals voted against waiving privilege.

So, Trudeau is free to keep on talking and voting, while not allowing Jody Wilson-Raybould that same freedom.


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