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    Quote Originally Posted by tdod101 View Post
    Push the stop button while the page is loading to avoid pay wall. It's pretty easy.
    Oh I know. Same with NP. But Jane and Joe Liberal voter are a tad slow.

    I subscribe to the G&M for "strategic" purposes.
    Dictionary of the future:
    Global Warming was a popular computer simulation game,
    where the only way to win was not to play.

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    Trudeau government blocks RCMP inquiry on eve of election
    Michelle Rempel
    Sept 10 2019, 6 minutes

    http://y2u.be/mlwpk8NtojI

    She mentions the election is being called early, because that will stop the RCMP investigation into the person who called the election.
    It's obstruction of justice, into an investigation of objection of justice, about attempted obstruction of justice.

    Venezuela is on her mind because of a Venezuelan she met a couple days go who fled Venezuela because of corruption, specifically something about friends of government are rewarded, and enemies of government are ...

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    138 page Book for sale.

    The Libranos: What the media won’t tell you about Justin Trudeau’s corruption Paperback – Sep 5 2019
    by Ezra Levant (Author)
    Sept 5 2019
    https://www.amazon.ca/dp/0995016887

    Justin Trudeau’s term as prime minister has been a disaster, but you wouldn’t know it if your only source of news was the Media Party — the liberal-leaning clique of reporters and commentators who would rather take a selfie with Trudeau than ask him a tough question.It’s gotten even worse as the few remaining independent newspapers in Canada signed up for Trudeau’s $600 million media bail-out. You just can’t trust the media anymore, and Canadians know it.Trudeau wasn’t properly vetted by the media in 2015. He slouched across the finish line on the strength of his last name and Baby Boomer nostalgia for the Trudeaumania of the 1960s. The result has been an incompetent government that has hurt Canada’s prosperity at home and our relationships abroad.Canadians know something is desperately wrong — the latest polls show 63% of voters disapprove of Trudeau’s leadership. But with a full-court press from the Liberal Party, the Media Party and hundreds of third-party campaign groups (including some funded by the same Media Party journalists who will report on the 2019 election) there’s a good chance Trudeau will be re-elected, even if it’s with just a minority.That’s what this book is about: it’s really the case against Justin Trudeau. But it’s not about any one policy or gaffe. It’s about the real risk of Trudeau: the culture of corruption and cronyism that he has brought with him, that’s corroding our democracy and even our rule of law. The Libranos is the story of grifters and scammers and secret favours for friends. It’s about sociopaths who don’t hesitate for a second to break the law if it gets them ahead. But mainly it’s about an unaccomplished man who has nothing to offer but a famous last name and nice hair — and how he took power anyway



    It’s be a quick read — it’s a paperback of 138 pages. But it has the collected facts about Trudeau and his corrupt team, from Bill Morneau to Gerald Butts to Dominic Leblanc. All the facts that the CBC doesn’t want to tell you.
    -- https://www.therebel.media/canadian-...tive-ndp-green

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    Little Potato Head may have achieved the basic dictatorship he so admires.
    Magua took the hatchet to colour with blood...It is still bright.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckbuster View Post
    Little Potato Head may have achieved the basic dictatorship he so admires.
    He still has to disarm the masses and that will not happen without a fight.
    cookin' up a batch of fun (and pasta)

    Can I Hear A Ramen!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckbuster View Post
    Little Potato Head may have achieved the basic dictatorship he so admires.
    May have? I think he's taken Canada as close as you can get before a large number people start screaming "this is democratic".




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    the turd this morning eluded all questions coming off to explain why the libs are blocking the rcmp investigation under the cover of '''ministerial embargo''' saying the greffier is the one handling the final decision. another fooking lie right in the canadians's face.

    he sure handles the ''lying sport''' like no one else.
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    I was hoping he would show up and do something useful in front of the cameras. Like beat the flames out with his face.
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    This intellectual midget needs to rub the contents of a large tube of PREPARATION H® on his ego and then smack himself with the empty tube until he's in a permanent coma. !

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    LILLEY: Trudeau deflects blame for blocking RCMP probe of office

    Sept 11 2019
    Ottawa, Ontario


    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau leave Rideau Hall after asking Governor General Julie Payette to dissolve Parliament, and mark the start of a federal election campaign in Canada, in Ottawa September 11, 2019.

    Faced with questions about obstructing the RCMP from investigating his own office, Justin Trudeau stood smiling before the cameras and tried to hide behind the facade of the civil service.

    “We respect the decisions made by our professional public servants. We respect the decision made by the clerk,” Trudeau said.

    Which is strange because the reason the RCMP wanted to obtain documents from his office and speak to witnesses is because Trudeau didn’t respect the decision of the director of public prosecutions in the SNC-Lavalin case. In that instance, Trudeau and many in his office put extreme pressure on then attorney-general Jody Wilson-Raybould to overturn the decision of the director.

    Some even called for Wilson-Raybould to take over the case so that SNC-Lavalin could walk away from a prosecution on bribery and corruption charges.

    Now, Trudeau says he respects decisions made by professional public servants. Maybe because the decision made by the Clerk of the Privy Council effectively killed off the attempt by the RCMP to investigate Trudeau and those around him for breaking the law and engaging in obstruction of justice.

    If you haven’t heard, we found out on the eve of the election call, via the Globe and Mail, that the Mounties attempted to investigate Trudeau and his office for obstruction but were themselves obstructed from fully doing so. The Clerk of the Privy Council, Ian Shugart, said he would not expand a limited waiver for people to talk to police or for documents to be handed over for examination.

    He cited cabinet confidentiality.

    So we have our national police force interested enough in finding out if Trudeau and his team broke the law that they are asking questions and the Privy Council Office (PCO) shuts them down. Trudeau and his team want you to think he had nothing to do with this decision but here is the reality: Shugart reports to Trudeau, not the other way around.

    When the RCMP wanted to gain access to documents in the Mike Duffy investigation, a waiver was granted to allow access to those documents and for staff to speak freely to the police. When Vice-Admiral Mark Norman was on trial and the issue of cabinet confidence was raised, former prime minister Stephen Harper gave permission to open up any documents the court needed for the trial.

    Even former Liberal prime minister Paul Martin granted a waiver on cabinet confidence to allow the Gomery Commission to investigate the Sponsorship Scandal.

    That Trudeau is not granting a waiver and hiding behind the PCO decision shows he simply wants this shut down.

    Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer called on Trudeau to immediately waive cabinet confidence to allow the RCMP to gain access to people and documents.

    “We know that the power to waive cabinet confidence and the power to waive privilege rests with the prime minister. That is clear. It’s within his power to do so,” Scheer told reporters before boarding his campaign plane in Ottawa.

    The problem is that the RCMP have put any investigation or inquiries on this matter on hold while the election takes place. It’s part of a policy that stops the Mounties from conducting sensitive probes during elections.

    That doesn’t mean Trudeau shouldn’t waive cabinet confidence and allow people to speak or documents to be obtained — he should. But he should have done so months ago.

    Instead, Trudeau has been trying to walk past this scandal by shutting down a House of Commons committee, blocking the ethics commissioner and now obstructing an RCMP investigation.

    Canadians deserve better. Canadians deserve the truth. That’s something Trudeau doesn’t want to give them.

    hxxps://torontosun.com/opinion/columnists/lilley-trudeau-deflects-blame-for-blocking-rcmp-probe-of-office

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    The RCMP dithered and dallied so long on carrying out a full and proper investigation into the SNC lavalin obstruction of justice scandal that they are a major part of the reason the Turd and Lieberals keep getting away with turning Canada into a full blown Banana Republic.
    I live among lots of sheeple and dim witted who like to think they are good Canadians for voting Lieberal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotlas View Post
    May have? I think he's taken Canada as close as you can get before a large number people start screaming "this is democratic".
    like they did in Zimbabwe under Mugabe?

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