The American media has been fairly steadfast over the past two months in not reporting on the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) war versus Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Google searches won’t even return any results to the news agencies that are reporting this story in Canada. But now the New York Times has finally started to quietly talk about it.
Leaks coming from inside the CSIS seem to prove that Communist China meddled in the 2019 and 2021 elections in Canada and are responsible for keeping Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party in power.
In an article titled, “Claims of Chinese Election Meddling Put Trudeau on Defensive,” the Times actually reports on the story, in its own sort of childishly obfuscating way.
If you don’t know how to read the New York Times, there’s a trick to it. When the times covers anything that reflects badly on a liberal, they make the story as boring as possible for the first 20 paragraphs or so. Then, they insert the truth near the very bottom of the article, long after their dwindling readership has gotten bored and decided to do something besides read the paper.
After initially reassuring their readers that this is a boring much-ado-about-nothing related to Canada’s elections, the Times notes that, actually, China’s meddling in Canadian elections in favor of Justin Trudeau looks pretty damning.
“Canada has some of the best and most robust elections in the world,” says Trudeau. Safest and most secure ever!
Trudeau continues, “All Canadians can have total confidence that the outcomes of the 2019 and 2021 elections were determined by Canadians, and Canadians alone, at the voting booth.”
All of this sounds so familiar for some reason.
But as the Times notes, Justin Trudeau doesn’t want anyone to be able to check the receipts for some reason. Trudeau has refused to empanel a public review of the evidence. He did, however, finally cave is allowing a Top Secret, behind-closed-doors style review, which will probably entail sniffing out the whistleblowers at the CSIS that are leaking the proof to Toronto newspapers.
Canada’s Conservative Party is accusing Trudeau and the Liberals of covering up Chinese election collusion which has kept Trudeau – an utterly ridiculous and hated political figure – in power. The Liberals are accusing the Conservatives of “racism” against Chinese Canadians, because of course they are.
So, what’s in the leaks so far?
For one thing, a Chinese consular official bragged to her bosses in the CCP that she personally orchestrated the defeat of two Conservative Party candidates in the 2021 election. Canada decides who gets to be Prime Minister based on holding a majority of party seats in Parliament, so this is a big deal.
Emails from the CCP show that Chinese diplomats in Canada were being given direct orders to interfere in their elections. The diplomats allegedly made direct cash payments to help Trudeau’s Liberals in their reelection campaigns. They also sent international Chinese students to volunteer for Liberal Party campaigns, much like they did with Chinese honeypot spy Fang Fang and Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) here in America.
The leaks indicate that a whole bunch of the members of Canada’s Parliament may have been paid off by Chinese spies, while also sleeping with Chinese spies. But whatever! Democracy!
The CCP also made a $1 million contribution to a foundation started in Pierre Trudeau’s name (Justin’s alleged father and former Prime Minister). The leaked documents also show that the CSIS was so worried about Justin Trudeau being compromised by China that agents approached the Liberal Party after the 2021 election and asked them to place someone other than Trudeau in power as Prime Minister (the winning party can pick anybody to be PM under their system).
Michael Chan is one of the Chinese Canadian liberals accused of being compromised by the CCP. In a truly Canadian-sounding response to the allegations, he said, “I don’t know where the heck CSIS gets this information.”
Chan then demanded that Trudeau set up a commission on racial profiling against Chinese Canadians. Then he probably threw a chair through the window of an A&W restaurant while yelling that “Chinese Canadian Lives Matter!” (Sarcasm.)
Anyway, it’s not a good sign for Trudeau and his party that even the New York Times has started to take notice, even though the Times says there’s “no evidence” of the claims in the CSIS leaks. You know, other than the rock-solid proof that Canada’s Liberals took cash from China, slept with Chinese spies, and received direct help from the CCP in their campaigns. It’s a good thing nothing like that could ever happen here in America!