Freeland won’t commit to barring MPs guilty of treason from next election
During a housing announcement, Freeland was once again questioned by reporters on foreign interference, refusing to say whether MPs guilty of treason would be barred from next year’s election.

Keean Bexte

June 7, 2024

During a housing announcement, Freeland was once again questioned by reporters on foreign interference, refusing to say whether MPs guilty of treason would be barred from next year’s election.

Freeland won’t commit to barring MPs guilty of treason from next election

Despite the announcement having nothing to do with foreign interference and treason charges, it was the first topic reporters wanted to broach.

Specifically, Freeland was asked, “Do you believe that the MPs who collaborated with the foreign powers should be excluded from the nomination process for the next election?”

As per usual, Freeland couldn’t give a simple ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ answer and proceeded to dodge the question. The event was abruptly cut short immediately after.

“Um, the Minister of Public Safety has been at committee today and answered questions extensively on the report. Our government takes foreign interference very seriously, and law enforcement is working hard on this issue as well,” Freeland said.

Freeland literally flees from reporters

Two days ago, Freeland had a similar experience, quickly concluding her speech and refusing to take any questions before scurrying away as reporters literally chased after her to ask questions about treason charges.

So far, the entire Liberal Party has refused to name any of the multiple MPs who “wittingly” aided foreign actors in interfering in Canada’s democratic process, whether by taking money or by giving classified information to known foreign state actors.

While none of the MPs included in the explosive NSICOP report are known to the public or to opposition parties due to its heavily redacted nature, the Conservative Party, NDP, and Bloc Quebecois have all been hammering on the Liberals to name the names listed in the report, showing immense confidence that none of their members are implicated.

The only party refusing to alert Canadians to traitors among parliamentarians is the Liberal Party.

This is especially concerning given that an election is just a year away, and Canadians need to know who is compromised to make an informed decision.

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