Credibility Of Another Canadian Institution Crumbles Under Trudeau’s Watch As Reports Claim RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki Tried To ‘Leverage’ Mass Shooting To Push Trudeau’s Agenda

At this point, there appears to be no institution in this country that can be trusted.

Canadian institutions are in a state of collapse.

Taxes are being increased even amid surging inflation.

Debt has surged while economic performance suffers.

The Bank of Canada has been wrong over and over again and enabled Trudeau’s disastrous policies.

Our airports are a disaster.

The passport application system is a mess.

Our healthcare system has fallen apart.

The Supreme Court has made some horrendous rulings lately, and the Chief Justice has expressed clear bias against Freedom Convoy participants.

Canadians are right to believe that no institution in this country can be trusted anymore

And it seems we can add the RCMP to the list.

While the RCMP has been hemorrhaging trust for quite a while, a new report from the Halifax Examiner is shocking.

According to the report, RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki tried to “leverage” the mass shooting in Nova Scotia to push Trudeau’s gun control agenda.

Here are some key excerpts:

“RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki “made a promise” to Public Safety Minister Bill Blair and the Prime Minister’s Office to leverage the mass murders of April 18/19, 2020 to get a gun control law passed.

A week after the murders, Lucki pressured RCMP in Nova Scotia to release details of the weapons used by the killer. But RCMP commanders in Nova Scotia refused to release such details, saying doing so would threaten their investigation into the murders.

The Trudeau government’s gun control objectives were spelled out in an order in council issued in May 2020, and the legislation codifying them were encapsulated in Bill C-21, which was tabled last month, but the concern in April 2020 was the extent to which politics threatened to interfere with a cross-border police investigation into how the killer managed to obtain and smuggle into Canada four illegal guns used to commit many of the 22 murders.”

When RCMP Support Services Officer Darren Campbell told journalists he couldn’t talk in detail about the weapons used given the ongoing investigation, this evidently raised the ire of the RCMP Commissioner:

“Shortly after the news conference Campbell, Asst. Commander Lee Bergerman, Leather, and Nova Scotia Communications director Lia Scanlan were summoned to a meeting. RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki and a deputy from Ottawa were on the conference call. Lucki was not happy.

Campbell’s handwritten notes made immediately following that meeting describe what happened:

“The Commissioner was obviously upset. She did not raise her voice but her choice of words was indicative of her overall dissatisfaction with our work. The Commissioner accused us (me) of disrespecting her by not following her instructions. I was and remain confused over this. The Commissioner said she told Comms to tell us at H Division to include specific info about the firearms used by [the killer]….However I said we couldn’t because to do so would jeopardize ongoing efforts to advance the U.S. side of the case as well as the Canadian components of the investigation. Those are facts and I stand by them.”

Campbell noted that Lucki went on at length and said she was “sad and disappointed” that he had not provided these details to the media.”

The Chronicle Herald has also reported this:

“According to Supt. Darren Campbell’s handwritten notes, RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki “stated that ‘she had promised the Minister of Public Safety and the Prime Minister’s Office that the RCMP, (we) would release this information.””

Reaction to shocking report

People are already reacting to this shocking report:

“”We are not the kind of country where politicians get to tell the police what to do” – PM Trudeau in Feb. 2020.

In April of 2020 this happened:”

“The Commish said she had promised the Minister of Public Safety and the Prime Minister’s Office that the RCMP (we) would release this information.

The Commish then said that this was tied to pending gun control legislation …”

holy shit ..

“This is alarming.

“RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki “made a promise” to Public Safety Minister Bill Blair and the Prime Minister’s Office to leverage the mass murders of April 18/19, 2020 to get a gun control law passed.””

“Nothing erodes law enforcement’s credibility with the public more than serving a political master.”

“Regardless of ones stance on gun control, this is unacceptable. Here is a story of blatant political interference in an ongoing police investigation. As well as complete lack of integrity and leadership from the @rcmp commissioner.”

“If true, this is damning. The allegations are that the commissioner for the RCMP sought to interfere in an active criminal investigation at the behest of the Prime Minister’s office and Public Safety to advance Liberal gun control announcement.”

“Maybe, just MAYBE, growing distrust of our institutions is mostly the result of them repeatedly engaging in disgusting behaviour like this and not the result “dangerous populist rhetoric”.”

“These people are sick,” says Poilievre

Conservative leadership front-runner Pierre Poilievre put Lucki and the Trudeau government on full blast, ripping them as “sick.”

“These people are sick.

RCMP’s Lucki “made a promise” to Minister Blair & PMO to “leverage the mass murders of April 18/19, 2020 to get a gun control law passed”—Halifax Examiner.”

“Sick” is 100% the right description for this disgusting situation.

It appears the Trudeau PMO and head of the RCMP immediately sought to use a horrific tragedy as a political tool, potentially jeopardizing the investigation to push a political agenda.

Yet another Canadian institution is crumbling under Justin Trudeau’s watch, as Canada trends more and more in the direction of being an authoritarian banana republic.


You can read the full Halifax Examiner report here


Spencer Fernando