Canada – PM Has Been “Very Clear” On SNC-Lavalin Allegations: Hadju

watch video first, then read Hadju’s response to Tbnewswatch.

PM has been ‘very clear’ on SNC-Lavalin allegations: Hajdu

Patty Hajdu is defending Prime Minister Justin Trudeau after a tumultuous week in Ottawa that has included claims his office attempted judicial interference.

Allegations in a Globe and Mail story published Thursday accuse the Prime Minister’s Office of attempting to pressure then-attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould into negotiating a remediation agreement with SNC-Lavalin, the Quebec-based engineering and construction firm charged with fraud and corruption.

The story alleges that Wilson-Raybould’s refusal to interfere in the criminal proceedings motivated her being moved from the attorney general post to veterans affairs minister in last month’s cabinet shuffle.

Trudeau denied the allegations on Thursday.

“Listen, the prime minister has been very clear. Never did he influence nor directly advise the attorney general to interfere in the case,” Hajdu said. – Tbnewswatch

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…the prime minister has been very clear. Never did he influence nor directly advise the attorney general to interfere in the case…

The words coming out of “Not-My-Prime Minister” Justin Trudeau’s mouth were written by a lawyer.  No matter what he is asked about the SNC-Lavalin  scandal, he repeats the same words…directly advised.  I believe if you remove the word directly, you have the truth.  He has never said that he did not advise the attorney general, nor would he clarify that “weasel worded” answer.

Wilson-Raybould’s refusal to interfere in the criminal proceedings motivated her being moved from the attorney general post to veterans affairs minister in last month’s cabinet shuffle…

Of course it did!!!  Its not a simple coincidence.  Attorney General to Veteran’s Affairs is a substantial demotion.  There is also the fact that Trudeau will not allow Wilson-Raybould to answer any questions about the subject because of “lawyer client privilege”.  If there is nothing to hide, then he could allow her to answer questions. Allow her to tell exactly what happened.  But he will not.  Why not?.  Because his government is guilty of what the Globe and Mail story claims, that is why….and its an election year.

Hadju is a politician. She is a minister in Trudeau’s government. She likes being a minister. She will say whatever she needs to say to ensure she keeps that job. She defended Trudeau against the sexual assault incident last summer.  A woman defending a white male accused of sexual assault.  Yes…that happened.  Had it been Trump or Scheer or any other conservative male, I am sure here response would have been MUCH different.  THAT tells you all you need to know about Hadju’s defence of Trudeau.  Don’t believe a word of it.

PS:  SNC Lavalin is another Canadian company that is too big to fail.  Sooo no matter what they do, no matter how corrupt they are, no matter what laws they break, no matter how many people they screw over, they will walk away with a slap on the wrist.  Bombardier is another. All of the banks. All of the Military Industrial Complex companies.  They are all above the law.

Jody Wilson-Raybould was involved in legal government talks about fate of SNC-Lavalin, sources say

Internal discussions on SNC-Lavalin prosecution included Wilson-Raybould

Trudeau Liberals deny all meddling, but why wouldn’t they?

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3 Responses

  1. nomad
    nomad at | | Reply

    “Hadju is a politician” – Some people have no idea what they’re doing, and some of them are really good at it.

  2. Oscar
    Oscar at | | Reply

    Hadju backing Mr Dressup, imagine that. What do you expect from a gender appointment . Not an original thought in her head.

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