BREAKING: Danielle Smith had no contact with prosecutors

Keean Bexte

January 23, 2023

The liberal media has been caught spreading fake news about Alberta Premier Danielle Smith yet again. 

BREAKING: Danielle Smith had no contact with prosecutors

After the CBC falsely claimed that the premier had attempted to interfere with the Alberta Crown Prosecution (ACPS), an internal review found no evidence whatsoever. 

A review of electronic communication between Smith’s office and the ACPS has found no misconduct. 

The Alberta Public Service, in a statement issued on Monday, announced that no emails were found to have been sent or received by the prosecutors and the premier’s office over four months. 

“A comprehensive review of emails has not generated any records of contact between the (ACPS) and the Premier’s Office Staff,” the Alberta Public Service wrote. 

The investigation came after allegations were made last week by a source who claimed to have seen emails sent from a staffer in Smith’s office to the ACPS, challenging prosecutors in cases relating to the Freedom Convoy blockade at Coutts, Alberta. 

The government department stated that no further review will be conducted unless additional evidence is brought forward.

As expected, the media is scrambling to cover up their false reporting based on spurious sources who clearly have a vendetta against Smith. Journalists who spread the false story include CBC’s Jason Markusoff and Natasha Fatah. 

Despite the findings, NDP leader Rachel Notley is doubling down on the misinformation spread about Smith. 

Smith has yet to address the findings, instead focusing on getting to work on reducing surgical wait times and improving Alberta’s healthcare system. 

On Saturday, Smith announced she would launch a full out hunt for the so-called emails.

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