“There’s much more to the story that should be told,” says Philpott.
In a stunning interview with Paul Wells of Macleans, Jane Philpott says that “there’s much more to the story that should be told,” and that both she and Jody Wilson-Raybould have more that they want to share.
Here’s an excerpt:
“Q: Have all of the things that concerned you about the handling of that file come to light at the committee?
A: No. There’s much more to the story that should be told.
Q: What sort of stuff?
A: I believe the former attorney general has further points to make. I believe that I have further issues of concern that I’m not free to share. There was a reference by Gerry Butts in his testimony of the fact that I spoke to the Prime Minister on January the 6th about SNC-Lavalin’s desire to have a DPA [deferred prosecution agreement]. This was more than a month before the story became public. And I ordinarily would have not been allowed to share that information. But of course it’s already on the public record from the Justice Committee. I think Canadians might want to know why I would have raised that with the Prime Minister a month before the public knew about it. Why would I have felt that there was a reason why former Minister Wilson-Raybould should not be shuffled?”
Trudeau and his cronies have tried saying that the issue is done, yet it clearly isn’t.
Jane Philpott is 100% correct on the fact that there is more to say, and that Canadians deserve the whole truth.
Philpott’s interview is more evidence that a cover-up is taking place, as even Liberal MPs (the ones with integrity), can see that Trudeau is trying to shut down the story.
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