“We have evidence, names, circumstances when all this happened,” said former CSIS agent Michel Juneau-Katsuya.

by Brad Salzberg


April 15, 2023

March 31, 2023: “Former CSIS officials say the intelligence agency has been warning successive governments about foreign election interference for decades, but all failed to act — and measures outlined in this week’s budget are not enough to address the problem.”

Michel Juneau-Katsuya, who previously worked for the Asia-Pacific desk at the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), informed the House of Commons on April 5th, 2023, that he’s ready to name the names of those involved.

How explosive could this be? Still, Canadians would be wise to cool their heels on jumping for joy over this one. Astute observers of political subterfuge know by now how the ball rolls on the media field of Liberal Party protectionism.

Our latest example being the deflated impact of testimony from PM Justin Trudeau’s chief-of-staff, Katie Telford:

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  1. Oh, come on. Does anyone seriously believe this will actually accomplish anything? If this was as serious as he claims it is, he would never boast about it beforehand. One of three likely outcomes in all of this grandstanding:
    – This is merely chicken feed like Snowden’isms and the most recent US “intel” leaks (ha ha ha). It has zero relevance to what is going on.
    – Like with most threats of this scale, nothing ever becomes of it. Right, McAfee?
    – Michel will get Sherman’ed long before he says anything.

    Also, the reason they kept the Telfordstimony from happening was to make sure she was conditioned to give very specific non-answers.