SF: This comes just days after federal judge orders investigation into Trudeau’s Aga Khan island trip to be reopened.
Justin Trudeau is facing yet another investigation.
Following a request from the Conservatives, the Privacy Commissioner has confirmed that he is opening an investigation into leaks of discussions around a possible Supreme Court pick.
The leak was related to the SNC-Lavalin PMO Scandal, as Trudeau loyalists tried to discredit Jody Wilson-Raybould by making up slanderous lies about highly respected Manitoba Chief Justice Glenn Joyal.
Trudeau’s cronies went so far into the dirt that they ended up claiming that Joyal was ‘rejected’ by Trudeau as a Supreme Court pick, when the reality is that Joyal withdrew himself from consideration because his wife battling cancer.
And now, Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien is looking into it:
“Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien has confirmed he is investigating the Justin Trudeau government’s inappropriate leak on judicial appointments following a Conservative request on March 28. 1/2”
“Justin Trudeau and his advisors must fully cooperate with this investigation. With this new investigation it becomes more important than ever for Trudeau to not begin the Supreme Court selection process under a cloud of scandal. I wrote to him about this earlier this week. 2/2”