He tried walking the comments back, but it’s far too late.
It’s obvious to everyone – except for paid Trudeau government PR hacks – that Jody Wilson-Raybould was removed from the Attorney General post because she refused to do the bidding of SNC-Lavalin.
And while the government is now trying to claim otherwise, Liberal MP Steve MacKinnon gave the whole game away in a recent appearance on CBC Power & Politics.
On the program, MacKinnon said that SNC-Lavalin was “entitled” to a deferred prosecution, which would let them avoid a criminal trial.
The Liberals sure seem to love that word.
And it sums up their attitude perfectly.
SNC-Lavalin is a Liberal-connected company. They’ve donated heavily to the Liberals. They’re part of the ‘elite.’
So of course the Liberals think they’re entitled. The laws can get changed for them, regardless of how shady the process is – at least that’s how the Liberals see it.
And while he walked the comments back, saying “It appears to me that they are a candidate for one but that’s a decision of course for the attorney general,” that’s just the usual political damage control that happens when someone accidently says what they really think out loud.
MacKinnon has exposed once again the real attitude of the Trudeau Liberals: The laws and rules only apply to regular Canadians, while Liberal-connected groups get a free-ride and get the laws changed when needed.
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