To Any Who Did Not Believe Trudeau’s Law Breaking, by Brian Peckford


by Brian Peckford

Peckford Blog HERE

September 10, 2021

You now know .

The statements he made on the TV debate and his follow up answers which no doubt many of you saw or heard leaves no doubt that he is seriously questioning the judge’s the decision on allowing a news organization to attend the debates and thereby questioning the law itself.

It is clear the PM has no time for laws that he does not like .

There is no other logical answer to his responses to the Rebel News issue .

I wonder what Erin O’Tool, the Conservative leader is saying. Is he out there defending  freedom of the press and free speech when it comes to Rebel News?

No, O’Toole has in the last days had Rebel News reporter , Alexa La Voie , removed from a Conservative event in Quebec.

And all the other new organizations ?

Let’s remember the PM broke the law in 2019 —The Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner ruled then :

‘I find that Mr. Trudeau used his position of authority over Ms. Wilson-Raybould to seek to influence her decision on whether she should overrule the Director of Public Prosecutions’ decision not to invite SNC-Lavalin to enter into negotiations towards a remediation agreement. Because SNC‑Lavalin overwhelmingly stood to benefit from Ms. Wilson-Raybould’s intervention, I have no doubt that the result of Mr. Trudeau’s influence would have furthered SNC-Lavalin’s interests.

The actions that sought to further these interests were improper since the actions were contrary to the constitutional principles of prosecutorial independence and the rule of law.

For these reasons, I find that Mr. Trudeau contravened section 9 of the Act.’

Now his words in 2021 show he has learned nothing.

Brian Peckford is the former Premier of Newfoundland (1979 – 1989) and is the campaign manager for PPC Candidate for Courtenay, Alberni for the 2021 federal election.



  1. Shows that the Rebel News takes on all sides and holds them to account, like we would expect of journalistic prowess. Good on them. But as far as the Status Qou MSM goes, they are pathetic rubber backs. The Federal Debate last night proved that. Once again. They were predictably useless. They tried to make themselves to be tough during there little circle babble. But they weren’t. I did have good laugh at their bullshit and turned it off when I saw them throwing the fluff ball questions.

  2. I’m quite content and proud how things have played out with regards too the lying corrupt elitist public expense thief, and waster, is getting brought down by a good solid Canadian pushback. This sleazy politician and his club even have the gall too say they have our backs when all they have done is stabbed us in the back. He even says he’s on the affordability crisis. But here’s the thing. Him and his dirty bunch played a huge part in causing it by letting the big dirty rich off shore and other side of the world bad guys bring it here and exploit us and our cowardly weak ass system led by idiots.

  3. Laws are sort of an all. or nothing deal. Either they apply or they don’t You can’t have selective application of laws based on ones attitudes or feelings about something or someone. If one is not going to enforce a law then it really doesn’t apply and therefore it doesn’t work and isn’t really a law. It is a legal theory or hypothesis instead.


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