After pressure from Conservatives, including the CPC leader, Trudeau has finally taken action on Chinese interference.
Thanks to public pressure from Pierre Poilievre and his supporters, alleged CCP agent Zhao Wei is being asked to leave Canada.
The diplomat, who works out of the Chinese consulate in Toronto, has been given 5 days to leave the country.
The Globe and Mail dropped the bombshell scoop over a week ago, yet it took the Trudeau government that long to take action on the suspected CCP agent.
The Canadian prime minister has been accused of knowing about the threats against Conservative MP Michael Chong’s family since 2021.
Trudeau has denied these accusations, saying that he learned about the allegations against Wei from the Globe and Mail.
Many Canadians rightfully don’t believe the prime minister. Even left-wing newspaper the Toronto Star published an article critical of the prime minister’s story.
The piece, written by columnist Andrew Phillips, was titled: Trudeau government lacking credibility on Chinese domestic threats
Lawyer and Toronto Sun columnist Warren Kinsella is one of many influential Canadians that simply don’t believe Trudeau’s narrative.
Kinsella slammed the prime minister, writing, “a Canadian citizen and his family – a minority Member of Parliament, no less – is targeted by China’s regime, and the Prime Minister finds out and does precisely nothing about it.“
The columnist went on to state that Trudeau is “unfit” to hold the title of prime minister.
Naturally, Trudeau supporters and Liberal fanatics were quick to discount the evidence against Trudeau and the communist regime.
Social media influencer Jennifer Elle, who happens to be Indigenous, shared an example of a leftist defending Communist China.
“How could Chong have been intimidated or threated without even knowing about it?” wrote left-winger Jack Patterson on Twitter.
Patterson is one out of many misinformed Liberals that wrongly believes the accusations against Communist China and its agent Zhao Wei are false.
MP Michael Chong was never directly threatened by anyone in the Chinese government. Rather, his family in Hong Kong was targeted.
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