A minority Liberal government headed by Justin Trudeau was exactly what the Chinese Communist Party wanted to see in power.
Justin Trudeau has never made it a secret that he admires China’s “basic dictatorship.” In fact, he said so many years ago at a town hall meeting.
It appears that the admiration is mutual, and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has a vested interest in keeping him in power, according to recently released documents by CSIS.
The Globe and Mail wrote in its groundbreaking story:
China employed a sophisticated strategy to disrupt Canada’s democracy in the 2021 federal election campaign as Chinese diplomats and their proxies backed the re-election of Justin Trudeau’s Liberals … and worked to defeat Conservative politicians …
Drawn from a series of CSIS intelligence-gathering operations, the documents illustrate how an orchestrated machine was operating in Canada with two primary aims: to ensure that a minority Liberal government was returned in 2021, and that certain Conservative candidates identified by China were defeated.
If true, the leaks prove that Justin Trudeau not only won the election with a little help with his friends in the CCP, but he was their preferred candidate.
Conservatives have taken a strong stance against China, especially after the Covid pandemic. Some reports have indicated the virus may have escaped from the Wuhan lab.
Pierre Poilievre has vowed to take a firm stance on the CCP, as have other sitting MPs. China finds this unacceptable, and could explain its motivations behind interfering in Canadian democracy.
The CPC leader continues to push for a full and transparent investigation into China’s actions during the last two federal elections, something Justin Trudeau continues to resist.
On Wednesday Poilievre asked “special rapporteur” David Johnston to clarify an apparent conflict of interest.
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