Liberals oppose revealing MPs accused of treason
After a foreign interference committee says some MPs are guilty of potentially criminal and treasonous activities, the Liberals say they won’t reveal who they are.

Mike Campbell

June 5, 2024

The Liberal Party is so far refusing to reveal which sitting MPs are allegedly committing treason against Canada, after a bombshell NSICOP report indicated that some are “wittingly” doing just that.

Liberals oppose revealing MPs accused of treason

The National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians’ (NSICOP) partially redacted report, seen in full only by a select few MPs and senators, alleges that some MPs have helped foreign governments interfere in Canadian politics —- notably China and India. 

Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre insisted in Parliament on Wednesday that Canadians deserve to know the identities of accused MPs.

“The national security committee indicates there are members of this House who have knowingly worked for foreign hostile governments. Canadians have a right to know who and what is the information,” Poilievre said. “Who are they?”

Conservative MP Michael Chong, who has been the target of CCP disinformation campaigns, also called the NSICOP report “shocking.”

The Liberals have remained tightlipped since NSICOP released their redacted report. Minister Freeland sidestepped a related question on Tuesday from a reporter, and on Wednesday, Public Safety Minister Dominic LeBlanc told Poilievre that they were not going to share the information publicly.

Damning report

Speaking of the alleged traitorous MPs, the NSICOP report stated that “Some (of the activities) may be illegal, but are unlikely to lead to criminal charges, owing to Canada’s failure to address the long-standing issue of protecting classified information and methods in judicial processes.”

Another part read that many activities “could not be construed as regular diplomatic lobbying.”  

It continued, “Rather, they clearly met the definition of foreign interference as described in Section 2 of the CSIS Act: contrary to Canada’s national interest, and deceptive, clandestine or threatening.”

Additionally, the report indicated that foreign agents are targeting Canada’s elections systems and election officials. 

Public Inquiry into foreign interference

On top of NSICOP’s latest report, Justice Marie-Josée Hogue is leading a public inquiry into foreign interference, who noted in her interim report on May 3 that the Liberal Government is redacting and withholding cabinet documents, preventing her from fulfilling her job.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau subsequently responded to claims made by Justice Hogue, stating that she’s “incorrect.”

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