Monday, November 23, 2015
Breaking: Stephen Harper's Monstrous Patronage Scandal.
He was the the most disgusting leader of the worst criminal regime this country has ever known.
They lied, they cheated, they muzzled their opponents.
And now they're trying to cripple the Trudeau government with the worst patronage scandal this country has ever seen.
Former Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s cabinet quietly stacked government agencies and Crown corporations with dozens of “future appointments,” and early appointment renewals in the dying days of its regime, many of which were only scheduled to go into effect long after the Conservatives were defeated, iPolitics has learned.
Can you believe it?
I warned everyone that he was a Con hog and was capable of ANYTHING...
I warned he would try to steal the election, and that's exactly what he has done.
And the only question to be determined is this just more Con corruption, or a stealthy Canadian coup?
The move by Harper’s government constrains Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s ability to put his government’s stamp on some key agencies like the National Energy Board, which regulates things like the construction of pipelines and the import of crude oil and natural gas.
The moves mean that barring the future appointments or early renewals being rescinded, the Trudeau government will not be able to replace any temporary members of the National Energy Board until at least May 2018 and any permanent members of the NEB until January 2020 – which is after the next election.
And all I can say is FIRE every last one of them, no matter how much it costs.
Make Rona Ambrose and her new/nouveau Cons pay for it all the way to the next election.
Put the entire Harper regime on trial. Use this as an excuse to launch a full public inquiry into their years in power.
So hopefully we can send this sleazy low life political thug.
To the place he truly belongs....
He will not steal our country.
And they must all pay for what they have done....
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