Part Two

It’s funny how so much of this Liberal SNC-Lavalin scandal is about “giving back.” Liberals giving back to supporters. But picking up where we left off: since we’ve so quickly and easily identified the “root causes” of the Trudeau Liberal /SNC-Lavalin corruption imbroglio, let’s move onto “giving back.” People love to “give back.” Let’s give back to Liberals some of what Liberals love to dole out. See how this sits. Betcha it’s “unfair!”

Liberals enjoy the mythology surrounding Donald Trump and Russian collusion, so let’s do a little of the same. That’s fair, right? Let’s airily and breathily and really unfairly ruminate about whether Justin Trudeau was compromised by Russians — sorry I mean SNC-Lavalin, and that “they have something on him,” and that that’s why Trudeau felt so compelled to pressure Jody Wilson-Raybould to save SNC-Lavalin from prosecution. Trudeau needed to save himself from some really scandalous and embarrassing and compromising stuff! Weird that the media hasn’t picked up on this possibility the way they are doing with some assuredness about Trump for literally no sane reason.

But like the liberal media, let’s not research this or try to prove this or anything, let’s just make that scandalous and scurrilous and phony baseless accusation, and then let it sit there. We’ll bring it up over and over, in this same way.

Also, since SNC-L has something of a history of allegedly bribing government officials to get contracts — and to get laws changed in its favor to avoid criminal prosecution — it’s possible they offered Trudeau a huge payoff — like a commission — if he were able to reverse the independent Crown prosecutor’s plan to proceed with criminal charges. That would explain his zeal to, um, “find a solution.” Weird that the media hasn’t picked up on this possibility the way they do any random conservative, Republican, or Conservative with seemingly total confidence. 

But like the liberal media, let’s not research this or try to prove this or anything, let’s just make that scandalous and scurrilous and phony baseless accusation, and then let it sit there. We’ll bring it up over and over, in this same way.

Also, how can we explain so many liberals and Liberals — even the supposedly neutral and non-partisan Clerk of the Privy Council Michael Wernke — are working to get that prosecutor’s decision changed? Well obviously they are all under the payroll of Big Oil — sorry I mean SNC-L. So are all the people who are tweeting and posting blog entries in support of the Liberals at this time. They’re all getting paid by Big Liberal and SNC-L. Right? Weird that the media hasn’t picked up on this possibility the way they are doing with so many conservatives for literally no sane reason but with total confidence that it’s true.

But like the liberal media, let’s not research this or try to prove this or anything, let’s just make that scandalous and scurrilous and phony baseless accusation, and then let it sit there. We’ll bring it up over and over, in this same way.

Finally, for the comeuppance to beat all, there’s this:

As the Liberal government descends into full-blown crisis, Conservatives could take some satisfaction that this is all happening in part because of a long-ago measure they implemented precisely to catch Liberal scandals.

In 2006, one of the first actions of the new government of Stephen Harper was the Director of Public Prosecutions Act, a measure designed to prevent future occurrences of the Sponsorship Scandal. Now, that act is at the centre of events apparently showing an attempt by the government of Justin Trudeau to halt a criminal prosecution for political reasons.

The Conservatives’ forward thinking has the added effect of shining a very bright, “sunny” light on what appears to be (it’s possible!) another big huge Liberal Party corruption and conspiracy. That’s “giving back” in a truly fantastic way. 

[Edited April 8 2019 for accuracy.]