Justin Trudeau Is Now Simultaneously Trying To Undermine Confidence In CSIS, The Media, And Canada’s Democratic Institutions

Are we supposed to believe that everyone except Trudeau is lying?

“The allegations in the Globe story are false.”

That was Justin Trudeau responding to what ended up becoming the SNC-Lavalin scandal.

We now know that Trudeau was the one saying falsehoods.

For someone who claims it’s dangerous to reduce public confidence in the media, Trudeau sure loves to do so when he feels it serves his political interests.

But that clearly wasn’t enough.

Now, Trudeau is seeking to undermine confidence in the media, Canada’s democratic institutions, and the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, all at the same time.

In response to Globe & Mail reporting on China’s efforts to interfere in the 2021 election, Trudeau is claiming the story contains “inaccuracies”:

Here’s the thing:

If Trudeau is telling the truth, that means CSIS is lying, it means the media is lying, and it means those within our democratic institutions who have raised concerns about China’s attempt to subvert our democracy are lying.

Does that seem credible?

Or, does it seem more credible that Justin Trudeau is lying to try and deflect attention away from the fact that be benefitted from China’s interference, and wants to keep benefitting from it?

I think we know the answer.

Given his position of power and the way he is choosing to use his widespread platform, Trudeau is now doing more than anyone else in the country to undermine Canada’s security services, the free press, and our democratic institutions.

It’s a sad day when we can’t count on the Prime Minister to defend the best interests of the nation he was elected to serve.

Spencer Fernando

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