LET HER SPEAK: Jody Wilson-Raybould Says Constraints Imposed By Trudeau PMO Prevent Her Being Able To “Speak Freely” In Upcoming Justice Committee Testimony

The Trudeau PMO are still desperately trying to block the truth from emerging.

Yesterday, the media headlines were saying that Trudeau was letting Jody Wilson-Raybould speak freely.

But here’s what I said on Twitter at the time:

“Look beyond the headlines to see the game being played.”


“Trudeau isn’t letting Jody Wilson-Raybould speak. He’s deciding what she can say. He’ll decide what is and isn’t ‘relevant.’ So, the guy who could potentially be implicated in wrongdoing gets to control what the person who could potentially implicate him gets to say. Insane.”


And now, lo and behold this report:

“Jody Wilson-Raybould wrote to the chair of the justice committee Tuesday evening to say that while she will agree to give testimony before MPs on Wednesday, she will not be able to speak freely because of constraints that still exist around what she can and can’t talk about.”

In her letter, Wilson-Raybould referenced the order in council that the media claimed would free her to speak ‘freely’:

“The OIC addresses only my time as attorney general of Canada and therefore does nothing to release me from any restrictions that apply to communications while I served as minister of veterans affairs and in relation to my resignation from that post or my presentation to cabinet after I had resigned. I mention this simply to alert the committee to the fact that the Order in Council leaves in place whatever restraints there are on my ability to speak freely about matters that occurred after I left the post of attorney general.”

And as I noted yesterday, the order in council doesn’t apply to conversations that could have taken place between PMO staff and Jody Wilson-Raybould’s staff, meaning pressure applied in that way won’t be allowed to be discussed – unless Wilson-Raybould decides to risk potential legal attacks from the Trudeau PMO.

As we all already knew, Trudeau isn’t being open and transparent. He’s doing the least possible to look like he’s freeing here to speak, without actually letting her speak in a fully free way.

The cover-up continues.

Spencer Fernando


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Don Taylor

I knew it when he started talking about being relevant to what she could say,that Rat is as conniving as hell,unless some body is telling Trudeau what to say,he is not that smart to know what to say to protect himself


I look forward to seeing handcuffs.


Jody Wilson duty is or was to the crown not to the whim and authoritarian of Justin Trudeau. And if she does not tell the ‘whole truth’ but partial truth to protect SNC Lavalin and Trudeau, she defeats her purpose as AG.
There are two sets of laws in Canada:
Canada’s laws for the people of Canada.
Justin Trudeau’s rule of law for his radicals and those who don’t follow the Canadian laws.