Allies of Trudeau: Oh, Justin Trudeau, it seems like you’re digging that political grave a little deeper every day! Even Trudeau your closest allies are starting to shake their heads and wonder what’s going on. Recently, David Eby, the premier of British Columbia and a key ally of Trudeau, dropped a bombshell that had everyone stunned!
Eby casually mentioned, “Trudeau reached out with a briefing, I said yes. The briefing was open source, available in an internet search. Which I found frustrating.” Now, that’s a fancy way of saying, “Trudeau sent me stuff I could’ve found on Google.” Talk about a letdown!
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You see, Eby was talking about the so-called ‘evidence’ behind Trudeau’s allegations against Bharat (that’s India, for those not in the know). He revealed that the ‘intelligence briefing’ he received was basically just information anyone could find online. Yes, you read that right. Trudeau sparked a whole diplomatic standoff with India based on stuff you could discover with a simple internet search. Now, that’s embarrassing.
“The only briefing I’m able to receive from the CSIS (Canadian intelligence agency) are open information briefings or open-source briefings, which is information that’s available to the public doing an internet search – which I found frustrating,” Eby grumbled. We can’t blame him; who wouldn’t be frustrated when their own government is handing them stuff, they can find themselves online? Wait, isn’t that Dhruv Ratheeish?
But wait, there’s more. Trudeau hasn’t been very forthcoming about his sources behind these claims. He wants India to ‘cooperate’ with him in nailing the ‘Indian forces’ behind it all. It’s a bit like saying, “I won’t show you my cards, but I want you to fold yours.” Not the best way to play a diplomatic poker game, Justin.
David Eby, who’s part of the New Democratic Party in Canada and pals with Trudeau, expressed his frustration about the government keeping mum on the Khalistani terrorist issue. He even spilled the beans that Trudeau reached out to him before going all dramatic in Parliament about the matter. “I expressed my frustration in the meeting with the CSIS director about our inability to get more concrete information,” the Premier of British Columbia stressed. It’s like trying to have a serious conversation with someone who keeps dodging the questions.
Eby also wants some reforms with the Canadian Intelligence Agency. He’s pushing for them to share more credible information instead of just throwing open-source material in the mix. It’s almost like he’s saying, “Hey, guys, can we get some real intel here?” It’s a reasonable request, don’t you think?
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And just when you thought this whole situation couldn’t get any more bizarre, Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s son dropped a bombshell of his own. He revealed that the Canadian intelligence agency CSIS was in constant touch with his deceased father. Now, this makes you wonder, who’s the dumber party here: Justin Trudeau or his cronies in the Canadian administration? It’s like a comedy of errors, but unfortunately, it’s not very funny when it comes to international diplomacy.
In the end, political troubles of Trudeau seem to be mounting as he clings to dubious ‘evidence’ and frustrated allies. It’s a lesson in how not to handle diplomatic matters, and it’s turning into quite the political spectacle. Let’s hope someone in Canada figures out how to get things back on track before this whole situation gets even more laughable – or cringe-worthy, depending on how you look at it.
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