“What is revealed throughout is an attitude that appears to pervade this government: that the law is not an institution to be revered, but just another obstacle to get around.”
"She appears to have been one of the few people in this government with any principled belief in the rule of law. And in the end she did pay for it with her job, not once but twice." Here's on the case.
"For now it is useful to be reminded of the power an individual of conscience can wield. Wilson-Raybould is one person, facing the whole might of the government of Canada, and it isn’t even close."
Either Wilson-Raybould is flat out lying about this, or Trudeau and his people are. It is difficult to see why she would. It is easy to see why they might:
“If there was any doubt about who would be the more credible witness, Wilson-Raybould or the PM… that has been dispelled. Where they have depended on vagueness, she was detailed…where they look like people with something to hide, she was forthright”
My take on today’s events.
"For now it is useful to be reminded of the power an individual of conscience can wield"