Freeland flees reporters asking questions about treason
In a scene you’d expect to come from a third-world country, Deputy PM Freeland fled from reporters who chased after her to ask for information on foreign interference and possible treason charges.

TCS Wire

June 6, 2024

In a scene you’d expect to come from a third-world country, Deputy PM Freeland fled from reporters who chased after her to ask for information on foreign interference and possible treason charges.

Freeland flees reporters asking questions about treason

The video, captured by CPAC yesterday, shows Freeland quickly giving her closing remarks in French before speeding away, with journalists jogging after her and asking questions related to foreign interference.

So far, Freeland and, indeed, the entire Liberal Party have completely refused to name any of the MPs implicated in the explosive NSICOP report that alleges that several “wittingly” participated in interference to help foreign state actors influence the last Canadian election—something which constitutes treason and probably invalidates the results of the last election—by knowingly taking money from foreign actors, giving confidential information to foreign intelligence agents, etc.

Conservative, BQ, and NDP MPs have all called on the Liberals to reveal the names included in the heavily redacted report, but Deputy PM Freeland and PM Trudeau have either refused to comment or completely deflected direct questions about treason.

Liberal MP Jenniffer O’Connell took it one step further, goading Conservatives and laughing at them as they demanded the release of names, saying “Boo hoo, get over it!”

Confidence in Canadian elections is at an all-time low

Across social media, Canadians have been expressing their deep concern over the findings of the NSICOP report, demanding that the MPs who “wittingly” enabled foreign interference be named and openly speculating whether the current government is legitimate.

As noted by Conservative Party leader Pierre Poilievre, “The national security committee indicates there are members of this House that have knowingly worked for foreign hostile governments. Canadians have a right to know who.”

Another major concern Canadians have expressed is how they be expected to vote in next year’s election if they don’t know who or even how many of the alleged colluders are still in parliament or will be once again running.

As it stands, the security of Canada’s elections have been entirely undermined and many members of the House of Commons have been shown to be utterly corrupt—the only question is which members.

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