In attempt to make a personal connection with his pro-weed audience during a Vice town hall, Liberal PM Justin Trudeau told a story of his brother Michel getting busted for possession:
“When he got back home to Montreal, my dad said, ‘OK, don’t worry about it.’ He reached out to his friends in the legal community, got the best possible lawyer and was very confident that he was going to be able to make those charges go away,” Trudeau said.
“We were able to do that because we had resources, my dad had a couple of connections, and we were confident that my little brother wasn’t going to be saddled with a criminal record for life.” (see here)
Let that sink in for a second, Trudeau is admitting that his father used his political connections to influence the police and the courts.
How many other criminal charges did Trudeau’s father make “go away” for friends, cronies and family?
And Trudeau obviously doesn’t see any problem with the rule of law being applied differently so ask yourself how many times has he himself done the same thing as Prime Minister?
We know as fact Trudeau has broken the law at least twice as a Member of Parliament. Once admitting to smoking weed and once for flying in a private helicopter. What else?