The documents will be provided to the Justice Committee.
Jody Wilson-Raybould has written a letter to the chair of the Justice Committee Anthony Housefather.
In the letter, Wilson-Raybould says she will give a written statement, as well as copies of relevant emails and text messages related to the Trudeau PMO Scandal.
Here’s part of what she said:
“Related to these requests, I also have relevant facts and evidence in my possession that further clarify statements I made and elucidate the accuracy and nature of statements by witnesses in testimony that came after my committee appearance. As such, in response to these requests, and consistent with the standard practice of the committee of receiving written submissions, I will be providing a written submission to the committee in relation to matters within the confines of the waiver of cabinet confidence and solicitor-client privilege.”
Here is a video of the full letter:
Wilson-Raybould is still restricted by Trudeau on what she can say, as Trudeau has failed to fully waive privilege on the issue.
Yet, the release of documents could provide more details on what took place, and offers her a chance to push back against the remarks of Gerald Butts and Michael Wernick. Notably, Wernick was given the chance to testify twice, something that was denied to Wilson-Raybould.
With the Liberals having shut down the Justice Committee investigation into the Trudeau PMO Scandal, it is essential that the documents Wilson-Raybould shares be made public, or else we can expect the Liberals to try and hide the truth from the Canadian People once again.
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