Singh confirms foreign interference, won’t name names

Both Jagmeet Singh and Elizabeth May have now read the unredacted NSICOP report, with Singh saying Canadians’ concerns are justified—but he won’t name names.

Singh confirms foreign interference, won’t name names

Nor will Singh stop propping up Justin Trudeau’s minority government, which allowed foreign interference to go on unimpeded for at least two elections.

According to Singh, after reading the report, he is now “even more alarmed than before”, adding that many MPs engaged in activities that were not just unethical but actually illegal.

“What I read absolutely bolsters the conclusion, and it makes me even more alarmed than before. The conclusions that were drawn by the report are that there were serious examples where parliamentarians engaged in activity that undermined our country,” Singh said.

He added, “Their conclusions were really, I would say, incendiary in a lot of ways. People saw that and were very, deeply worried. I’m saying that’s exactly how people should feel, that that feeling of being disturbed or being alarmed by the revelations in that report were maintained by the un-redacted version.”

Despite acknowledging that Canadians’ concerns are totally justified, Singh won’t release the names of MPs named in the report. He also confirmed that he will not stop propping up Trudeau’s minority government nor support a non-confidence vote to call an election after confirming the last two were influenced by hostile foreign actors.

“I want to make this point really clear: I’m worried about foreign interference in an election. I don’t want to cause an election to address foreign interference. What I want to do is use my power in the minority government to get answers,” Singh said, adding that he doesn’t trust Trudeau despite supporting him.

Elizabeth May brushes off the report

Unlike Singh, who, at the very least, confirmed that Canadians’ worries are justified, May has completely brushed off Canadians’ concerns, saying we don’t need to name names and expressing her distaste for Canadians who “use the word traitors loosely” when referring to people guilty of treason.

She also suggested that MPs who are likely guilty of treason are no longer serving in the House of Commons—again, without naming names.

Share this story

Donate now to keep us on the front lines:

Help Keep your News Free

It's crucial we stay in touch

Big Tech wants to censor us, that’s why you need to stay in touch.

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE THESE...

Trending News

Donald Trump goes after gender ideology in his second speech since narrowly surviving an assassination attempt.

TCS Wire

July 20, 2024

Trending News

“You guys need to know what you’re running into when you come to Wasaga Beach.”

Mike Campbell

July 18, 2024

Trending News

Boissonnault’s former business partner now says he wasn’t referring to any Randy when he texted Randy nine separate times.

TCS Wire

July 17, 2024

Trending News

Silicon Valley tech leaders say that communicating with the Biden administration has been “intensely frustrating” and a “totally intolerable situation.”

Mike Campbell

July 17, 2024

Trending News

Leaked clip shows Trump wants RFK Jr. to work in his administration and take on Big Pharma.

TCS Wire

July 16, 2024

Trending News

Latest poll shows the Trudeau Liberals are still getting crushed, and the Prime Minister is disliked by nearly 7 out of 10 Canadians.

Mike Campbell

July 12, 2024

Want to join the conversation?

Sign up now to be able to like, comment and reply to other members. A full membership to our site includes:

We use cookies to personalise content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. We also share information about your use of our site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners who may combine it with other information that you’ve provided to them or that they’ve collected from your use of their services. You consent to our cookies if you continue to use our website.