During the 2019 federal election campaign a female accuser blackmailed Justin Trudeau. No evidence has ever been found or presented that would verify that the female accuser was a student at WPGA. There is evidence that Justin Trudeau’s female accuser was a member of Justin Trudeau’s family. She used the 2019 federal election campaign to blackmail Justin Trudeau into paying her $2.25 million.
Blackmail is the crime of threatening to reveal embarrassing, disgraceful or damaging information about a person to the public, family, spouse or associates unless money is paid to purchase silence.
There is evidence Justin Trudeau’s female accuser distorted the truth in order to get paid $2.25 million to buy her silence. As you may recall it was alledged that Justin Trudeau had a sexual relationship with a student that was much younger than 17 years old.
“She was much, much younger than that,”
Twitter provided the evidence that Justin Trudeau’s female accuser distorted the truth in order to get paid $2.25 million. A Twitter tweet claimed Pierre Trudeau was the one who had sexually assaulted/abused a very young girl. Cathy O’Brien informed her followers on her Twitter account that Pierre Trudeau sexually abused her when she was 9 years old. Screenshot above states:
“Justin’s father Pierre Trudeau sexually abused me when I was 9 at Gov mansion on Mackinac Island when Mitt Romney’s father George Romney was Gov of MI.”
RCMP, Elections Canada, MPs & journalists can find out who blackmailed Justin Trudeau into paying $million for a NDA during the 2019 federal election campaign. Search government registery & agencies for the name of a Justin Trudeau WPGA “female” student or family member who bought a new house or luxury car or who received a $2.25 million bank deposit on Oct 9, 2019 or soon thereafter. FINTRAC is a very good place to start. All banks are required to report all financial transactions (electronic funds transfers) over $10000. Filter your search by looking for transfers from Justin Trudeau’s BMO blind trust or the Trudeau Foundation on October 9, 2019 or thereafter.
When you find the $2.25 million transaction report it immediately to Elections Canada. The transaction is evidence that Justin Trudeau offered a bribe during the 2019 election campaign. Justin Trudeau could “automatically” lose his seat in the House of Commons for a conviction of “offering bribe” during the 2019 election campaign.
With bribery, instead of someone making a threat to extract something they want, they generally pay someone to get what they want. In Justin Trudeau’s case Justin Trudeau paid a female accuser/blackmailer $2.25 million for a NDA. The NDA was paid for by Justin Trudeau to influence voters choices in the 2019 election campaign.
The Canada Elections Act creates a prohibition against offering or accepting bribes, gifts or other advantages that might reasonably be seen to have been given to influence the election-related choices made by individuals, whether those are the candidates or the electors themselves, during an election period.
Paying $2.25 million during the 2019 election campaign to influence the election-related choices made by voters was essentially Justin Trudeau “offering bribe”.
Canada Elections Act
(2) Every person is guilty of an offence that is a corrupt practice who
(h) being a candidate or an official agent of a candidate, commits an offence under subsection 282.7(1) (offering bribe);
Consequences of illegal, corrupt practices
“A person found guilty of any corrupt electoral practice under the Canada Elections Act within the previous five years, … is disqualified from seeking election for seven years following the date of the conviction.” House of Commons of Canada
The convicted election campaign candidate will not be entitled to
(a) be elected to or sit in the House of Commons