The National Post is reporting that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government is threatening an election if the opposition parties continue to push for more exposure of the government’s alleged corruption in connection with the We Charity.
People are asking embarrassing questions about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s vaunted infrastructure program, such as where did the money go: According to Blacklock’s Reporter of the 53,000 companies, organizations and/or individuals who received federal tax dollars under the program, Canada’s Parliamentary Budget Office reported that nearly 20,000 did not have addresses or details describing the project. They all had bank accounts though. Addressing the missing information, Parliamentary Budget Officer Yves Giroux said: “It’s hard to be convinced. I have faith they do exist, but I don’t have proof that they exist.” According to reports, the total spending on the infrastructure program so far amounts to about $187 billion. If everything is proportional roughly $70 billion is MIA. READ: Audit of $187 billion worth of Liberal infrastructure spending finds 20,000 missing projects