The shocking RCMP scandal leaves the NDP with the following decision: Act with a conscience and end their deal with the Liberals, or continue being complicit in the destruction of Canada’s institutions.
In sports, you often see a commentator talk about how a moment is “too big” for someone at a prominent position.
The idea is that under pressure, they are unable to get the job done and seem completely overwhelmed.
That accurately describes Jagmeet Singh’s leadership of the NDP.
When he continually puts out videos and press releases criticizing the Liberal government even after doing a deal to keep the Liberals in power until 2025, and when he seems unaware of the deal he made, it shows that he has no idea what he’s doing.
Opportunity to end the deal
Despite being repeatedly humiliated by the Trudeau government, and despite claiming to oppose much of what the Liberals are doing, Singh continues to prop them up.
By doing so he makes it possible for the Liberals to stay in power and avoid accountability, since they – along with the NDP – control House of Commons Committees.
Those Committees are where accountability often begins and where scandals can be investigated.
Yet, after making the pact with Trudeau, the Singh-led NDP voted with the Liberals to largely shut down the investigation into what happened at the National Microbiology Lab.
Perhaps Singh was waiting for a moment in which he would have almost no excuse to keep the deal going, and could get out of it.
Well, that moment has come.
If the NDP has even a shred of respect for the integrity of Canada’s institutions, and if they believe that there should be a clear separation between the national police force and political cronies, then they must end the deal now.
The RCMP-Trudeau PMO Scandal makes the NDP’s ongoing support for the Liberals completely untenable:
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.”
Singh’s choice: Do the right thing, or be complicit in Trudeau’s damage to the nation
Jagmeet Singh now has a clear and simple choice: He can do the right thing and end his support for the Trudeau Liberals, or he can continue being complicit in Trudeau’s damage to the nation.
If Singh continues to keep Trudeau in power, and continues to let the Liberals evade accountability, the Liberals will continue to believe they can get away with anything and our nation will become more and more broken and corrupt.
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