Trudeau’s panicked firing of Morneau and historic backtrack on prorogation are acts of desperation

The word “unprecedented” has been used and overused to a point of virtual exhaustion since the onset of COVID-19, yet when we talk about Trudeau’s administration, no other word comes close to explaining the series of events that have unfolded since his election mandate in 2015.

Trudeau’s usual laundry list of scandals has been beaten to death, including the SNC Lavalin Affair (which led to the firing of Canada’s first Indigenous Attorney General), the Aga Khan incident (when Trudeau once again accepted illegal gifts from Federal grant recipients), and almost certainly a bunch of other transgressions we know nothing about.

Fast forward from 2015 to 2020, and this series of deeply concerning events has continued to escalate to a point where we have the Minister of Finance suddenly resigning under transparently false pretenses in the middle of the worst economic crisis of the century. The circumstances advertised by Morneau and other Liberal lackeys that supposedly led to his unexpected departure are so utterly implausible and frankly incoherent that they demand greater scrutiny.

https://thepostmillennial.com/trudeaus-panicked-firing-of-morneau-and-historic-backtrack-on-prorogation-are-acts-of-desperation