Thanks to both Poilievre and Trudeau, it’s unlikely we’ll ever unravel the election-meddling mess

by David Korzinski | May 26, 2023 9:19 am

By Shachi Kurl, President

We have reached the point at which we may never learn pertinent facts about the hydra-headed saga of China’s attempts to interfere in Canadian elections. We may never know what our leaders, security officials and politicians knew, when they knew it, who they told, and what, if anything, they did about it.

We may never be able to truly measure the scope and breadth of the threat, the extent to which it continues, or whether anyone will apply the lessons from it in future.

Pierre Poilievre and Justin Trudeau are just fine with that.

The two men most likely to face off in the next federal election have so irrevocably politicized the process that, at this point, sober examination of the issue itself is no longer possible, the need for confidentiality notwithstanding. it will linger as a bitter aftertaste many Canadians would prefer to just wash away.

Read more from the article in the Ottawa Citizen here.[1]

Image – Pierre Poilievre/Facebook; Adam Scotti/PMO

  1. Read more from the article in the Ottawa Citizen here.:

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