23 March 2019

The Jussie T narrative continues...

...to fall apart...

"Trudeau insists he was trying to protect SNC-Lavalin jobs — even as its CEO says he didn’t raise the issue."
In other "make it up as you go" news... the Russia narrative falls apart...
"A mere thirty-three pages of thinly sourced gossip was enough to support a three-year multi-gazillion-dollar investigation that destroyed the real lives of real people."


6 comments:

Tommy 'Sterilize 'Em All' Douglas said...

Can anyone explain how it would affect any jobs anyway?
If SNC can't bid on jobs some other company will bid on the jobs.
So no net job losses.

And PCL never used to work in quebec because of the corruption.

UCSPanther said...

"Justin a good boy! He dindu nuffin!"

laine said...

Now that Butts' sock puppet Justin has repeated 1000 times that he was saving jobs in Quebec, that province is supposed to (and likely will) reward him by re-electing him and his corrupt-for-Quebec government. That's always been the unwritten agreement between the Liberal Party and la not-so belle province as exposed in Maclean's magazine some years ago.

Neo Conservative said...

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the coming election will be a litmus
test on the venality and corruption
of la belle province.

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TheTooner said...

He was trying to save jobs: First, the jobs of Liberal ministers (incl. his own) and MPs who will not be returned at the next election because of this stuff getting out, then the jobs of Liberal Party employees they'll have to let go because of reduced donations, and the jobs of people employed by businesses that depend on government contracts that they get because they donate to the Liberal Party.

Neo Conservative said...

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hoping mr "pants on fire" gets
what's coming to him.

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