[-] [email protected] -4 points 1 day ago

There is no credible source that "most of them had no idea", you are speculating from vague statements other people have made. This is exactly why the report needs to be public.

[-] [email protected] -4 points 1 day ago

What's thr point of him reading it though? Unless he's allowed to give us actual specific details about it, nothing changes for us voters whether he reads it or not, just like nothing has changed for us voters just because Singh and May read it.

I'll tell you what will happen if he reads it: he'll spout off some vague bullshit just like May and Singh did and people will accuse him of lying for the purpose of stirring up political dissent for his own advantage.

[-] [email protected] -3 points 1 day ago

You could not vote for the person if the parties don't have enough sense to dump them.

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And this is exactly why the security clearances don't matter. May says it's basically a nothingburger involving former politicians while Singh is suggesting in involves current policitians and acts as if he's quite upset, but apparently is not upset enough to actually hold the government accountable.

Meanwhile Trudeau doesn't even believe the damn report and Joly says Liberal MPs aren't involved.

The only thing Poilievre having the clearance and reading thr report will be a 5th opinion on what has occurred; this is functionally useless to us as voters because we still won't know who's full of shit and who's not.

We, the people, need the names for ourselves!

[-] [email protected] -3 points 4 days ago

Lol, we are good at predicting some them, not all.

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[-] [email protected] -2 points 5 days ago

She is a politician, that's enough reason to distrust her.

[-] [email protected] -5 points 5 days ago

Yeah, sorry, but I don't trust May, Trudeau, Poilievre, Singh or Blanchet. There's no point in any of the party leaders seeing the list or report unless they are able to actually tell us the people who are involved.

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Because it's literallt the government's media wing. Didn't trust it during the Chrétien, Martin or Harper years, don't trust it now, won't trust it when the CPC is back in.

I don't trust sources like Global or the Toronto Star either but at least they're an arm's length away from the government which makes them more credible than the CBC.

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