CORRUPT COVERUP: Arrogant Liberal MP On ‘Justice’ Committee Says “I Think I’ve Heard Enough,” Opposes Letting Jody Wilson-Raybould Testify

A total cover-up is taking place.

“I think I’ve heard enough.”

That’s what Liberal MP Francis Drouin – who pushed the motion that shut down House of Commons Justice Committee – is saying about the Trudeau PMO SNC-Lavalin scandal.

Drouin says Jody Wilson-Raybould doesn’t need to testify again – despite the fact that Trudeau is still gagging her from speaking freely and despite the fact that the partisan Privy Council Clerk Michael Wernick was able to testify twice.

Here’s what Drouin said when he spoke to CBC Radio:

“I think I’ve heard enough. Ms. Raybould has said, in response to Elizabeth May and Nathan Cullen, that nothing illegal was committed, nothing criminal was committed. So now the conversation has to shift between whether or not the attorney general and the minister of justice, those roles should be split.”

This is an epic level of arrogance.

Way more Canadians believe Jody Wilson-Raybould than believe Trudeau on the scandal.

Trudeau’s approval ratings have collapsed.

Two cabinet ministers quit.

The Ethics Commissioner is investigating.

The Opposition is calling for an RCMP probe and an Independent Public Inquiry.

And Drouin shut the committee down, rather than vote on whether Jody Wilson-Raybould should be allowed to fully speak freely.

Yet, he claims that he’s “heard enough and it’s time for “the conversation to shift.”

What a disgrace.

What a joke.

Absolutely pathetic.

This is yet more evidence that a desperate coverup is taking place, and the Liberals must be severely punished at the ballot box for their horrific behaviour and total contempt for the Canadian People.

Spencer Fernando

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Ralph Knapp

Not to worry. That’s the kind of arrogance most Canadians despise and will remember on election day.


He claims to have heard enough. Hmmm. Well, let’s hear what he has heard when he testifies at the Justice Committee hearings.


Typical Liberal tactics: Deny, Deny, Deny then attack, attack, attack then prevaricate, fabricate, distort, deceive and finally just lie!


what I don’t understand is , why isn’t the RCMP not investigating this it makes no sense

Moe S.

The Paris based Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development Working Group on Bribery (OECD) represents 36 international countries. Drago Kos, stated the SNC-Lavalin issue raised the OECD’s alarm bells. Regardless, Trudeau flew off to North Captiva Island (another island) Florida with the family, leaving the stink of political interference with his trained seals to dismiss Jody from defending herself against the tag team Butts & Wernick. “Sunny Ways.”


Nothing illegal? Not for lack of trying. It was blocked…this time.


Now this is interesting and valuable info. Thanks


The whole thing is a giant scam! These guys are only there to sweep it under the rug! They have no balls at all they will not stand up against what that little dictator wants that’s a banana republic gov’t calling all the shots no matter what the people expect!

Shawn Brake

Can’t wait for the oecd to come looking I hope they don’t stop and take the liberals down


Where is Jody’s lawyer to defend her name, her credibility, her work on SNC-LAVALIN? I just wish he will do something to clear the air of the liberals deliberate attempt silencing her.


All the Liberals on the Justice Committee must have practised their lines with Trudeau when they were given their marching orders.


What she may have deemed at the time as “not criminal”, looking at it as a whole just might be deemed criminal.
We need to hear the WHOLE story.