After Their CEO Dismantled Trudeau’s Discredited “9,000 Jobs” Lie, SNC-Lavalin Is Desperately Trying To Walk It Back

Did they get an angry call from the Trudeau PMO?

In recent interviews, SNC-Lavalin CEO Neil Bruce revealed that he and SNC-Lavalin never claimed that 9,000 jobs would be at risk if the company didn’t get a Deferred Prosecution Agreement.

It totally dismantled one of the biggest lies being used by Trudeau and his desperate cronies as they tried to talk their way out of the scandal.

And now, in a hilariously transparent attempt at pro-government damage control, SNC-Lavalin is trying to pretend none of that happened at all.

Here’s what they said on their website, as first reported by the CP:

“However, the company had made it very clear to the government through its advocacy campaign that the implementation of a remediation agreement — known as a deferred prosecution agreement — was the best way to protect and grow the almost 9,000 direct Canadian SNC-Lavalin jobs, as well as thousands of indirect jobs through its more than 5,000 suppliers across Canada. The company still asserts this position.”

So, Trudeau got caught in a lie, and now SNC-Lavalin is contradicting their own CEO in an attempt to back up Trudeau’s discredited claims. It just shows once again the unacceptably ‘cozy’ relationship between the Trudeau Liberals and SNC-Lavalin, and it’s why Canadians continue to demand a full RCMP investigation and public inquiry.

Spencer Fernando

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