Three MPs and two Senators met with Chinese government officials in Beijing in late March to push for stronger ties between the two countries. One of them was Victor Oh.

by Brad Salzberg

June 12, 2024

Watch out for the way those sneaky Liberals roll. In this regard, we turn to this week’s announcement from Canadian Senator Victor Oh.

Appointed by former Conservative PM Stephen Harper in 2013, Senator Oh may well be a pawn in the political game. His announcement comes hot-off-the-heels of a scathing report regarding foreign interference within Canada’s Parliament.

“MPs Met With Chinese Officials In Beijing While Foreign Interference Inquiry Was Underway”

“A group of three MPs and two Senators met with Chinese government officials in Beijing in late March to push for stronger ties between the two countries.”

One of them was Victor Oh. Another was Independent MP Han Dong, the most prominent figure offered up in media reports regarding foreign government collusion.

We zero in on the tactic at hand. With Senator Oh’s retirement in the can, the Liberals and their media partners gain an upper hand in the treasonous politician category. By playing the “Harper-Conservative” card, Liberal strategists may hope to deflect some of the impunity away from themselves, and on to their competitor, the Conservative Party of Canada.

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