Canada’s corrupt tyrant prime minister Justin Trudeau is again in hot water after his office reached out to Canada’s federal and national police, the RCMP, to strike a shadowy backroom deal to push gun control in the country.
It’s well known that Trudeau has his eyes set on taking away Canadians’ guns, especially after recent news that he would ban handguns in the country.
So what is it this time?
In April of 2020, Canada experienced one of its worst mass shootings after a lone gunman went on an overnight rampage across the province of Nova Scotia.
The lone gunman drove in a replica police car while wearing replica pieces of a police uniform.
After this, the commissioner of the RCMP, Brenda Lucki, pressured her subordinates to reveal what guns were used in the shooting, after she had spoken with the government. The idea being that revealing the guns to the public would make it easier to popularize anti-gun legislation in Canada.
Members of the RCMP, however, refused to do so, and told the press that revealing the guns would interfere with the investigation into where the guns originated.
Lucki was apparently not very happy with the police officers not going along with the ploy. She called a meeting, where Police Commander Chris Leather wrote the following notes:
“The Commissioner was obviously upset. She did not raise her voice but her choice of words was indicative of her overall dissatisfaction with our work. The Commissioner accused us (me) of disrespecting her by not following her instructions. I was and remain confused over this. The Commissioner said she told Comms to tell us at H Division to include specific info about the firearms used by [the killer]….However I said we couldn’t because to do so would jeopardize ongoing efforts to advance the U.S. side of the case as well as the Canadian components of the investigation. Those are facts and I stand by them,” the note said, according to The Halifax Examiner.
“The Commissioner said she had promised the Minister of Public Safety and the Prime Minister’s Office that the RCMP (we) would release this information. I tried to explain there was no intent to disrespect anyone however we could not release this information at this time. The Commissioner then said that we didn’t understand, that this was tied to pending gun control legislation that would make officers and the public safer. She was very upset and at one point Deputy Commissioner (Brian) Brennan tried to get things calmed down but that had little effect. Some in the room were reduced to tears and emotional over this belittling reprimand.”
Calls are now coming in for the resignation of Lucki. Trudeau has not commented on the matter publicly, and is instead making his way to Rwanda, where he is set to meet with government officials.