Justin Trudeau paying $millions to a female accuser during the 2019 federal election violated Canada Elections Act

Justin Trudeau paying $millions to a female accuser during the 2019 federal election is defined by Canada’s laws as “offering bribe”. Justin Trudeau paid $millions to a female accuser for one purpose – “to influence the election-related choices made by individuals”.

The Parliament of Canada has passed several statutes touching on bribery and corruption in elections. These laws were enacted to ensure that fair elections are held, free from corruption, intimidation and other actions which may deter an elector, a candidate or an official involved in the election process.

Where an election candidate (Justin Trudeau) has engaged in bribery or some other form of corruption in being elected, severe penalties are provided for, including: several years’ disqualification from candidacy and voting in subsequent elections; fines, imprisonment, or both; a voided election; the loss of the right to sit or vote in the House.

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.

“Section 502 of the Canada Elections Act sets out other situations in which a conviction automatically results in the loss of the right to sit in the House of Commons.” Parliament of Canada

Canada Elections Act

Corrupt practice

(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

(3) Any person who is convicted of having committed an offence that is an illegal practice or a corrupt practice under this Act shall, in addition to any other punishment for that offence prescribed by this Act, in the case of an illegal practice, during the next five years or, in the case of a corrupt practice, during the next seven years, after the date of their being so convicted, not be entitled to

(a) be elected to or sit in the House of Commons;

During the 2019 federal election a female accuser claimed Justin Trudeau had sexually assaulted a female student while Justin Trudeau was a teacher at West Point Grey Academy. The person Justin Trudeau bribed to keep quiet was accusing Justin Trudeau of committing the offence of “statutory rape”.

Any teacher who has a sexual relationship with a student is committing statutory rape. In Canada there is no statute of limitations on bringing a criminal charge for sexual assault. A student/child who was the victim of rape could report it after reaching adulthood.

To avoid a criminal investigation and criminal charges Justin Trudeau paid $millions to obtain a NDA and silence the person accusing Justin Trudeau of committing “statutory rape” at West Point Grey.

Justin Trudeau offering/paying a bribe during the 2019 election warrants an investigation and conviction by Elections Canada. Elections Canada need only to serve Justin Trudeau’s BMO trust fund with a financial warrant to obtain evidence that a bribe was paid during the 2019 federal election. Look for a multi-million dollar transfer on Oct 9, 2019 or thereafter.

A conviction of “offering bribe” could result in Justin Trudeau losing his seat in the House of Commons and Justin Trudeau being barred from campaigning in any election for the next 7 years.

“A person found guilty of any corrupt electoral practice under the Canada Elections Act within the previous 5 years is disqualified from seeking election.”

The 2019 federal election was held within “the previous 5 years”.