Even more explosive dirt is coming out about how China allegedly bussed in supporters to help get Liberal MPs elected under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s watch.
This time documents reported by Global News show that the Chinese consulate in Toronto helped Liberal MP Han Dong while he was trying to be nominated as the Liberal candidate in the 2019 election.
Sources claim that the Canadian Security Intelligence Service had asked the Prime Minister’s Office to rescind the candidate’s nomination.
The Chinese consulate is said to have sent two buses full of Chinese Canadian seniors to the nomination meeting with the direct instruction to vote for Dong.
It is also claimed that CSIS believed international students with forged addresses were brought in to support Dong under the threat from China that they could risk their student visas.
Dong has denied the claims reported by Global News calling them “false” and an attempt to slander him.
“My nomination in 2019 was open and followed the rules,” Dong said in a statement.
The Liberal Party of Canada has also followed the same line of communication.
“As you are aware, we are unable to comment on your questions regarding secret or top secret matters,” the Prime Minister’s Office told Global News.
“There are so many factual inaccuracies in your questions that it is not possible to even begin to answer your questions.”
Dong is currently an MP for Trinity–Spadina.
The latest news comes at a time when there’s mounting evidence that the Chinese government interfered in Canadian elections to get the Liberals elected.
Currently a Liberal Party of Canada financier is under investigation for having ties to China.
The Conservative Party of Canada has called Trudeau’s Chief of Staff Katie Telford to appear before the House Procedure and House Affairs Committee to address the leaks.
“Each allegation in this developing story on Chinese Communist Party election interference is more shocking than the last,” said Conservative MP Michael Cooper.