The Globe and Mail has returned to real journalism, showing Trudeau lied to the people of Canada once again.
Instead of defending the Dear Leader, MSM outlet the Globe and Mail returned to its duty of holding powerful people to account.
It has been revealed that the Canadian prime minister knew about Chinese interference in the Canadian democratic system, being warned on “at least” two occasions.
Robert Fife wrote in the Globe and Mail:
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and senior aides were warned on at least two occasions that government MPs should be cautious in their political dealings with former Ontario Liberal cabinet minister Michael Chan because of alleged ties to China’s consulate in Toronto, national-security sources say.
The Canadian Security Intelligence Service has a dossier on Mr. Chan that contains information on his activities in the 2019 and 2021 federal election campaigns and meetings with suspected Chinese intelligence operatives, according to the two security sources.
CSIS has observed Mr. Chan meeting in the past years with Chinese diplomat Zhao Wei, whom one source describes as a “suspected intelligence actor,” and Beijing’s former vice-consul-general Zhuang Yaodong.
The Globe has previously reported that Mr. Chan had been on CSIS’s radar, stretching as far back as 2010, because of alleged close ties to the Chinese consulate.
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