The Emergency Act Inquiry Will Force Justin Trudeau To Publicly Justify His Actions

Written By Wyatt Claypool, Posted on October 7, 2022

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has always been a fairly difficult person to pin down during scandals. During the SNC Lavalin scandal, Trudeau was able to avoid having to have to answer questions from an investigating committee, and during the WE scandal, Trudeau did testify, but due to the circumstances of the scandal was allowed to play dumb and blame others for issues.

Now for the upcoming Emergency Act Inquiry Commission Justin Trudeau is likely going to be required to testify, and because he is obviously the key person that invoked the Emergencies Act, he cannot pretend he was unaware of what had transpired.

It should not be overlooked that much of Trudeau and the Liberal Party’s current support relies on the scandals they have kicked up being so complex that most Canadians won’t pay enough attention for it to substantially affect their vote. 

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In the case of the Emergency Act scandal, every Canadian, and frankly almost everyone in the western world, knew about the Freedom Convoy protest in Ottawa, and remember Justin Trudeau and his Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland coming out to announce the invocation of the Emergencies Act. 

Trudeau cannot play dumb about his clear and deliberate use of overpowering police force in order to clear out the Freedom Convoy protest and freeze the bank account of protest supporters. The border blockades had already been cleared by the time he used the Emergencies Act, and nothing warranting the declaration of an emergency had taken place in Ottawa. 

The Emergency Act Inquiry Commission will also have other speakers from the Freedom Convoy, and various other municipal, provincial, and federal representatives testifying at it, but really the entire thing will be about the actions and motives of Justin Trudeau.

Everyone already knows Trudeau was the main force behind declaring the emergency, but what Trudeau’s testimony is really going to give Canadians insight into is Trudeau’s arrogance and inability to take responsibility, even in the most blatant of circumstances. 

The inquiry is set to begin on October 13 and will be running into November. 

Wyatt Claypool

Wyatt is a student at Mount Royal University, where he is the president of its Campus Conservative club. In his writing, he focuses on covering provincial and federal politics, firearms regulation, and the energy sector. Wyatt has also previously written for The Post Millennial.

3 responses to “The Emergency Act Inquiry Will Force Justin Trudeau To Publicly Justify His Actions”

  1. Baldy says:

    Don’t bet too much on this happening.

  2. Lorraine Dodds says:

    I hope they both to prison for the crimes they have done to humanity. But we know they’re both protected by the mob psychopaths at the top of the chain. We must do our part in this and denounce everything these creeps have done. We are a lot more than them.

  3. guest says:

    He has had time to cook up some rotten manure to spread around, but it seems this inquiry is not being a patsy. His time may have come where he will be nailed to the cross. It sure hope so.