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Re: Trucker convoy (non-censor edition)
« Reply #1425 on: November 02, 2022, 09:07:50 pm »
Sooooo Doug Ford's gov wants to use the notwithstanding clause to break the union for education support workers, and the Trudeau gov is mad saying they are curtailing their rights.

Meanwhile the Trudeau gov used the Emergencies Act to curtail people's rights who were engaging in illegal behaviour (parking vehicles in the street for weeks, honking horns at night, blocking bridges) without actually trying to enforce the laws already on the books.

Yes, invoking Emergency Measures so nonchalantly makes their criticism of Ford on this ring hollow.

Meanwhile, RCMP commish Brenda Lucki's cell phone text messages were released to the inquiry.

According to the Emergencies Act, a public order emergency can be declared only when threats to the security of Canada are so serious that they constitute a national crisis that cannot be effectively dealt with under any other existing law.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoked the act on Feb. 14.

The police operation to clear the protests in Ottawa began on Feb. 18 and ended on Feb. 20. The texts released to the inquiry show that on Feb. 19 Commissioner Lucki told her OPP counterpart, Thomas Carrique, that the federal government could ask them for a letter supporting the use of the Emergencies Act retroactively.

“Has Minister Blair hit you up for a letter to support the EA?” she asked Commissioner Carrique.

He replied that he had not and asked if he should expect to hear from Emergency Preparedness Minister Bill Blair. Commissioner Lucki did not answer over text and instead said she was calling Commissioner Carrique.

On Monday Commissioner Lucki told reporters she was “never” requested to write a letter. But she couldn’t explain why she sent the text to Commissioner Carrique.

“It was conversation in a text, I’m not sure,” she told reporters.


Commissioner Lucki’s texts also show that she twice asked Commissioner Carrique about using a different messaging app that she said does “not store deleted messages.”


In her text conversation with Commissioner Carrique, the top Mountie also floated the idea of putting Canadian Armed Forces members in RCMP uniforms and then incorporating them in the police response to the convoy.

LOOOOLLL.  "Soldiers with guns. Disguised as RCMP officers. In our cities. In Canada. We're not making this up."

This is the second Brenda Lucki scandal in just a couple of weeks, after the release of an audio recording that proves that her testimony to the Nova Scotia Mass Casualties Inquiry was a huge lie.

It's also the second time in just a couple of weeks that Lucki has been exposed as being just a henchman for Bill Blair, which makes the RCMP mandate of independence look laughable.

Lucki needs to be gone, immediately.

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