Trudeau’s West Grey accuser was much younger than first thought

Trudeau has become known for using classrooms as a backdrop for photo-opportunities.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau‘s underage accuser was much younger at the time of their relationship than was first thought, her father tells The Chronicle. Some in the public discourse pegged the accusor at 17 years old.  That is inaccurate.

“She was much, much younger than that,” the wealthy Canadian businessman told The Chronicle yesterday. He was not a party to the $2.25 million mutual non-disclosure non-disparagement agreement that she signed, in exchange for her continued silence, on the Wednesday evening of October 9th.

The terms of that agreement prevent both the accuser and Trudeau from acknowledging “any aspect” of that relationship, without triggering a six-to-seven-figure liquidated damages clause.  That penalty starts at $500,000 and scales up, depending on the magnitude of the breach.

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The accusor’s father shared with The Chronicle a password-protected digital copy of that agreement, giving us limited access to it for several hours on the condition we would make no copies and not distribute.  Doing so could have jeopardized the terms of the agreement, which imposes damages on either party in the event they acknowledge or discuss the relationship publicly.

He does not believe his discussion of that agreement’s existence is a violation of its terms since he was not a party to it.  He did not acquire the document from his daughter; it was incorrectly CC’d to him on an email between the negotiating parties.

The two engaged in a long and steamy affair on- and off-campus while Trudeau taught drama and French at Vancouver’s prestigious West Point Grey Academy.  He was discovered by his accusor’s father at their family home, which prompted private demands to school administrators that he be removed from his position immediately.

“There was a ‘small settlement’ at the time,” he says, but declined to elaborate.

The relationship was discovered several months after Pierre Trudeau‘s death.  He died on September 28th, and was eulogized by his son on October 3rd — an event that made him a rising political star, around whom much of Canada would swoon.  His students were particularly fawning, friends say.

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At the time, the family was told that the school’s standard employment agreement included confidentiality terms that would be binding on Trudeau after his departure.  As a matter of policy, the school does not comment on personnel matters.

Trudeau’s friends at the time say that the typically outgoing and exuberant young man was suffering through a bout of depression following his father’s death in 2000, and his brother’s death in 1997.  They postulate that anything improper was likely a result of his fragile emotional state at the time, not because of any nefarious character trait.

“He was lonely and depressed for months,” one friend told The Chronicle.

At the time, Canada’s age of consent was 14 years old.

In 2008, Prime Minister Stephen Harper had that law changed, raising the age to 16, where the law sits today.  Still, Canada outlaws sex between adults and people younger than 18 when the adult is in a position of responsibility for the wellbeing of that child.

Trudeau’s behavior would have been illegal at the time.

To date, Trudeau has not offered a public denial of The Buffalo Chronicle’s reporting.  Instead, he has instructed his communications staffers to decline to answer those questions and to attack the credibility of this publication.

The Buffalo Chronicle has never — in our entire operating history — been sued for defamation or any other matter.  We have never once received a cease and desist letter from the subjects of any article since we began publishing in 2014.

We have not received such a cease and desist letter from Mr. Trudeau.

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Trudeau has used his relatively brief time as a teacher to shape his personal narrative when he first got into politics in 2008.  He has used the experience to shape his political brand, often claiming to have ‘taught math’.

132 Comments

  1. “It’s too shocking to publish just before an election.”
    No it’s not. Canada deserves to know what he did.

    • The facts have to be proven before Canadian publishers can publish this since he is our prime minister. If true, there is no excuse! Regardless, Trudeau gets away with everything else. If true, it’s a shame this woman doesn’t come forward. But then women who do get Crucified. .

      • My, oh my. The USA trying to influence a Canadian election. I’m shocked, I tell you. Shocked. Good try, boys. Don’t you have enough trouble at home to worry about?

          • Why would a Canadian leak this story to one small American news outlet and no Canadian outlets? Why are no sources named, even though Buffalo Chronicles owner Matthew Ricchiazzi claims to have consulted “nearly a dozen” sources in the political sphere? Why did the headmaster (at the time Trudeau was there) of West Point Grey Academy recently publicly declare that Trudeau left on good terms? Why did the Buffalo Chronicle list several writers on its staff who, after being contacted by other journalists, publicly declared they never wrote for the Buffalo Chronicle? Why is there evidence that Buffalo Chronicles owner Matthew Ricchiazzi accepts payment in exchange for printing libelous claims against whomever you like?

            • Trudeau has bought and paid for the Canadian media…at least most of it!
              So of course they will never run this story. Looks good on him. He is a shameful disgrace but it goes to show if you are rich enough you can buy anything including a young victims silence.

        • What about Obama’s endorsement. Foreign interference at its best. A newspaper publishing facts is not interference it is information.

        • #MeToo has limits huh? Mindless idolatry isn’t a good look Monica, and perhaps you should consider the impact that a rogue teacher might have on his student. Or was she asking for it?

          Broken trust has a way of causing long term psychological damage. The perpetrator needs help – he may be suffering from a narcissistic personality disorder/borderline sociopathy and might hurt other people.

          But hey, as long as the Liberals get into power it’s all good? Shame on you.

    • If you have information about the would be again leader of Canada, Canadians have a right to know and you have a journalistic responsibility to ensure that they know…

    • I invite everyone to read the fact-checking done on this alleged “inappropriate relationship with a student” at https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/trudeau-sex-scandal-school/ . There is also an exposé by The Star on the Buffalo Chronicle at https://www.thestar.com/news/investigations/2019/10/18/theres-little-canada-can-do-to-stop-the-flow-of-false-viral-stories-from-buffalo-website.html , in which the article states, “The Star obtained evidence that the owner of the Buffalo Chronicle, In a 2010 email obtained by the Star and BuzzFeed News, [Buffalo Chronicle owner Matthew] Ricchiazzi asked if a local political candidate wanted to purchase content in The City Politic, another website he runs. “Fees are as follows: positive articles about your candidacy are $200; negative articles about your opponents are $400; and an editorial endorsement is $300,” the email read.”

      I can’t say that I trust the Buffalo Chronicle (or The Global Informer, which links to Buffalo Chronicle) as a reliable news source. I am forced to assume that they are being paid to spread damaging (and likely false) rumours about Justin Trudeau. Take care everyone.

      • Your assertion simply doesn’t pass the smell test, what we do know for certain is that Trudeau is using Canada’s publicly funded broadcaster, the CBC, as his personal propaganda machine and that hes has a $600 million slush fund to reward media that he likes. Trudeau is running Canada like a banana republic, he is on his way out and the revelations here have been helpful, Canadians are indebted to the Chronicles.

        • Would you trust Agence France-Presse (AFP), the world’s oldest news agency, which also happens to be Facebook’s official fact-checking partner? They also fact-checked this story and found it to be baseless: https://factcheck.afp.com/canadas-national-newspaper-was-not-barred-publishing-scandal-involving-pm-trudeau

          For what it’s worth, I’ve read Snopes for years and find their fact-checking to be orders of magnitude more credible than The Buffalo Chronicle or Global Informer, both of whom refuse to provide any concrete evidence to back up their claims. That’s not saying that Snopes has never made any mistakes, however.

          As I mentioned, I am not particularly political, I am not affiliated or associated to any political party in any way. I just hate baseless defamation.

          • Fact checking websites are another tool of the powerful and corrupt, with personal agendas, grow your own brain instead.

            • Fact-checking websites, as in any other information source, simply provide people with information and references to back up that information. It is up to the reader to determine whether they deem it factual or not. Your insinuation that all fact-checking websites are corrupt is interesting. By your logic, you should not trust any source whatsoever and just imagine whatever outcome you like.

              And thank you for the insult. 😉

          • Meta deflection – I care less if your newspapers are hamstrung. This newspaper published the comments obtained from the blacked-up paedophile’s victim’s father who could comment as the NDA did not apply to him.

            You don’t address this, shame!

        • It’s been reported that it was purchased by Soros OSF, which has the truest ring. In SA, he apparently controls Africa Check that is very close to government/media

          • That’s alright then. I’m sure the victim’s father has a personal axe to grind against your black-faced paedophile, right? I mean if some teacher took advantage of your “much much younger than 17” year old whilst in their care I’m sure you’d be cool with it. Right?

            The ends justify the means – and another child gets sacrificed for the common good.

        • The pedovores are moving to Brazil. The Queen is the Queen of the pedovores and all inbred totality are guilty as f

      • Snopes is a widely debunked globalist paid for damage control website run by a couple out of their home.

        The Toronto Star is a far left liberal bought off & paid for Trudeau government publication. Paid for by Trudeau stealing $600M of Canadians tax dollars to put out fake news on a mass scale as well as censor conservative values, ideas & opinions.

        Also, The Toronto Star as well as our state broadcaster CBC receives millions for the Qatar government to push the Muslim Brotherhoods agenda of Islamism in Canada.

        You should really look into your sources of information friend.

        • Would you trust Agence France-Presse (AFP), the world’s oldest news agency, which also happens to be Facebook’s official fact-checking partner? They also fact-checked this story and found it to be baseless: https://factcheck.afp.com/canadas-national-newspaper-was-not-barred-publishing-scandal-involving-pm-trudeau

          For what it’s worth, I’ve read Snopes for years and find their fact-checking to be orders of magnitude more credible than The Buffalo Chronicle or Global Informer, both of whom refuse to provide any concrete evidence to back up their claims. That’s not saying that Snopes has never made any mistakes, however.

          As I mentioned, I am not particularly political, I am not affiliated or associated to any political party in any way. I just hate baseless defamation.

          • So Trudeau may be guilty of statutory rape according to the victim’s father – any thoughts on that? Stop deflecting meta-points and address the main issue.

            Canada is being run by a corrupt, black-faced, paedophile. But he’s liberal so it’s all good.

      • Really…SNOPES??? HAHHAHA… Paul you need to do your own research instead of reading the first thing that pops up from a google search.

      • Snopes s bullsh*t .
        You didn’t know this about snopes?

        what’s wrong with so many people today?
        fy**en stupid. Too brainwashed by the MSM

      • My Dear Paul…First off, no respectable scholar or researcher uses snopes to verify anything.
        Secondly, you’re trusting what the Star reports on The Buffalo Chronicle as bonafide, and truthful?
        The Toronto Star that receives $115,000 a week from the Liberal media slush fund? The Toronto Star whose job it is to debunk any or all accusations about Trudeau – from in particular the B/C, as false? And, I highly doubt the B/C is being paid to spread damaging/false rumours – especially about JT. So far the Buffalo Chronicle has been on the money.
        BTW…I personally recommend you not read ipolitics either…they are also owned by Torstar…and they smear the B/C as well…of course they have to .. ipolitics is being paid to lie to you – Joe Public!

      • Every source you quote is a hard left rag. Even Snopes. Of Course they support Trudope, they will lie through their teeth to advance their leftist Globalist agendas.

            • I was expecting a strongly biased article, but it appears to have been carefully and thoughtfully written. Thanks for sharing. I’m not sure if you’ve read the entire article, but it provides some praise to FactCheck.org. For one, it quotes a Forbes editor as saying “I generally consider them [FactCheck.org] the best of the bunch in terms of the fewest obvious errors.” The article author also adds, “Generally speaking, FactCheck.org has not been brazenly partisan”.

              That said, it does highlight that *some* “facts” can be highly subjective (such as gender issues and political promises), and that in some cases the fact-checkers exhibit political bias. Fair enough. That however does not mean that we should disregard all fact checking sites! In the final analysis, we must carefully read their analysis, like anyone else’s, and weigh it alongside our own research then make our own decisions about what we feel is “true” or “false.” Take care.

      • Snopes is good for debunking urban legends and rumors of Bigfoot sightings, but when it comes to political matters, it is a good heuristic to believe the exact opposite of what any ‘fact check’ claims.

      • If it’s on Snopes, you can be sure it is of dubious accuracy. I’ve seen too many of their assertions later debunked.

      • Lisa LaFlamme?! Lay off the wine! I know it’s your comment by the similarity with your innovative journalism.

    • That picture of Trudeau in front of a blackboard with advanced maths is a photo-op, there’s no way he knows any of it! His cleverest move was the sappy slogan “sunny ways”.

    • Oops! I forgot, a NDA that claims “liquidated damages” of $500,000, etc, is a misuse of liquidated damages. It’s most common and properly used in commercial transaction cases, where. say, a supplier buys equipment and materials that are nonreturnable for a customer who does not follow thru on a project, like a construction job, liquidated damages is the costs the supplier incurred and that they are entitled to be paid for!

    • Yes, Canada has a right to know!
      Since when is depression and being lonely an excuse for molesting a child? Unreal…….just unreal.

    • This is why he wants to lower the age of consent to 14 Again, a shamed of this PM, hope he is gone on Oct 22nd.🇨🇦 Proud again.

    • You mean the article IMPLIES she was 14 or 15. An article cannot “infer” anything. You as the reader do the inferring. An article does the implying.

    • I invite everyone to read the fact-checking done on this alleged “inappropriate relationship with a student” at https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/trudeau-sex-scandal-school/ . There is also an exposé by The Star on the Buffalo Chronicle at https://www.thestar.com/news/investigations/2019/10/18/theres-little-canada-can-do-to-stop-the-flow-of-false-viral-stories-from-buffalo-website.html , in which the article states, “The Star obtained evidence that the owner of the Buffalo Chronicle, In a 2010 email obtained by the Star and BuzzFeed News, [Buffalo Chronicle owner Matthew] Ricchiazzi asked if a local political candidate wanted to purchase content in The City Politic, another website he runs. “Fees are as follows: positive articles about your candidacy are $200; negative articles about your opponents are $400; and an editorial endorsement is $300,” the email read.”

      I can’t say that I trust the Buffalo Chronicle (or The Global Informer, which links to Buffalo Chronicle) as a reliable news source. I am forced to assume that they are being paid to spread damaging (and likely false) rumours about Justin Trudeau. Take care everyone.

        • I am not particularly political, I am not affiliated or associated to any political party in any way. Which of course means I am not Gerald Butts, though I find that suggestion quite amusing. I’m just trying to fight disinformation.

    • The Buffalo Chronical did. However, without providing any sources to their claims, this story comes accross as rumours. If it is true, the Buffalo Chronical is a strange choice of papers for the father to approach.

      I don’t like Trudeau, and I want to see him gone. But, unless we get some credible sources on this story, I think that we will have to hope that all of the other proven issues are enough to sway voters.

      • No liable lawsuit from the Liberal Party or PM says a lot, as the CBC is suing a federal party for fair use on public paid programming and was front page news, as well the CBC and the red star contacting this agency to pee pee slap them for taking interest in Canadian politics, and only those two outlets? Sounds a lot like something’s afoot.

        Sometimes cases are cracked by it’s not what they say or do but it’s what they don’t.

      • Why did Trudeau go to courts and stop the Globe and Mail from publishing an article about this a couple weeks ago /

      • I agree with the unsubstantiated claims part. As for his re-election, he would be *much* better than the climate change denier American Scheer.

        • This is why we are done as a country, voters who would take a groper, diddler, liar whom can’t string a sentence over someone who looks at country viability over a “climate emergency” that they have predicted every 20 years since 1900 that never come true. But no one can find out that CO2 doesn’t have anything to do with global heat retention (Jurassic period CO2 3300ppm global temp @23 avg, currently about 450ppm) or what taxing us for it will do to help the environment, didn’t know Mother Earth or Gia as you weirdos call it took cash?
          Once again this is the country I live in now.
          Shithole.

        • Oh, please. No one denies climate change. We deny that the cause is human CO2 emissions. There is no proof of that and a lot of credible challenges to the claim. You have been duped. If you want proof, I csn give you dozens of references, but I suspect that “truth ” does not really interest you.

  2. I agree that if you have the information, that objective and free journalism demands the information be printed before the election. It is in the public interest to not elect a potential child abuser and the public be properly informed when making their vote.

  3. Sounds about right. Pedo’s be peddling and no actual reporting from Canada, just CBC upset they got scooped or should I say the truth came out they were hiding like how global had Trudeau in blackface on file but didn’t report it until someone else did. CBC is a joke that costs more than 2000 tomahawk cruise missiles a year. The feral government, sorry Freudian slip, I mean federal government is at war with the Canadian public if they spend that much per year for propaganda and yellow non reporting. We can’t have a standing army unless they are for digging Quebec out of snow because no money, we can’t have proper healthcare because of no money, Vets can’t have healthcare at all because no money, but CBC NEEDS this 2 billion? Then sues political leaders for “fair use” on public paid programming? What’s was that CBC about ex PM Harper muzzling whom? Whom broke contracts with the Conservative party last election for production of commercials and kept the money? Ya bullshit right from the bulls ass. Let’s vote little potato groper out and shut that CBC down. How can our media falsely go after Trump for being sexist and a groper when our PM is a verifiable deviant? It’s an embarrassment to me as a Canadian and I’ve got nothing to do with either of them.

  4. How interesting that an obscure media web site from Buffalo would be sourced to discuss matters pertaining to the Prime Minister. Even more interesting is that the article is not attributed to any one writer. One would think if an article such as this is to be held out for all to read, that the author would stand as being responsible for what is presented.

    How clever as well, you claim to keep matters confidential to prevent violence against the PM in the waning days of the election. Give me a break. The fact of the matter is that the content of the article infers a context which would certainly add to the security concerns you profess to want to avoid.

    • It’s common in times of political strife for actual reporters to “pass” on stories to other countries to report anonymously if there is a chance of repression or repercussions for breaking the story. You think that in China if a reporter found something out they would print it in the China paper in his/her name? If untrue there are legal options like liable or slander, but no court case yet which is more damning to PM. You are very good at using words but fail to realize how bad things really are. Just look at Jody Wilson Raybold, But you sound as though you are a paid representative of CBC so things probably are pretty good for you.

    • With hundreds of millions of Canadians own money Trudeau has bought the silence of our once free press. Trudeau is a traitor to Canadians outside Quebec.

    • The rest of the MSM is so called Fakenews, they are owned by the 6 biggest multinationals in the world who also own the banks and who decide who is in government and MP, the only thing they fear is a woken population, who know their votes don’t matter.
      The votes are rigged, or a certain percentage of it, so surprise the bastards Canada, and throw that pedo Trudeau out.

  5. I have heard this story for years, from a well placed source.
    I have no doubts about the veracity of the Buffalo Chronicle article, it confirms what I have been told.

  6. Folks, this “news story” has been revealed to be pure fiction. Whether we like Trudeau or not is one thing; this is truly a website that makes up its facts, and in this case, story.

  7. CBC, Toronto Star, Globe & Mail some of the papers being paid by the Trudeau gov’t 6million to post propaganda so lets stop all the lie’s about The Buffalo Chronicle. Then you have CBC receiving 2.5 Billion of taxpayer money every year for what LIES!!

    • Funny, I just read that all of PostMedia’s news papers/sites were forced to write editorials promoting the Conservatives.

      • Oh my! Just so you know Paul, I’m Peter, I’m they guy the liberals steal from to pad your pocket. You haven’t brought any valid points that already have been chewed up by facts on this comment board and others. If this is untrue, all the proven lying and groping and breaking of Canadian law is just the reason to shill this PM? Right Paul? Right CBC?

        • You have a good sense of humour (I’m not being sarcastic). I’m not saying Trudeau has never lied or skewed the truth or broken the law. I’m only saying that, from everything I’ve seen so far, this article strongly appears to be baseless libel.

  8. Trudeau would be doing something to shut these guys down if it wasn’t true. I believe he may have screwed up big time. It sounds like he wasn’t thinking anything about what he was doing as the child sounded consensual but a child still doesn’t know her mind at that age and Trudeau should have known better if he was the teacher. Trudeau needs to charge this paper if they are in fact spreading rumors
    or at the very least demand a public retraction.

  9. I have posted an image of what appears to be the record from the British Columbia College of Teachers hearing May 30, 2002. I have posted it under this article on the Buffalo Chronicle’s Facebook page.

    • Wow, the evidence keeps piling up, Trudeau is finished even if he can hide this until after the election, even Liberals are not going to tolerate a diddler PM.

    • The evidence you posted doesn’t demonstrate any link with Justin Trudeau.

      I invite everyone to read the fact-checking done on this alleged “inappropriate relationship with a student” at https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/trudeau-sex-scandal-school/ . There is also an exposé by The Star on the Buffalo Chronicle at https://www.thestar.com/news/investigations/2019/10/18/theres-little-canada-can-do-to-stop-the-flow-of-false-viral-stories-from-buffalo-website.html , in which the article states, “The Star obtained evidence that the owner of the Buffalo Chronicle, In a 2010 email obtained by the Star and BuzzFeed News, [Buffalo Chronicle owner Matthew] Ricchiazzi asked if a local political candidate wanted to purchase content in The City Politic, another website he runs. “Fees are as follows: positive articles about your candidacy are $200; negative articles about your opponents are $400; and an editorial endorsement is $300,” the email read.”

      I can’t say that I trust the Buffalo Chronicle (or The Global Informer, which links to Buffalo Chronicle) as a reliable news source. I am forced to assume that they are being paid to spread damaging (and likely false) rumours about Justin Trudeau. P.S. I am not a very political person, but I feel strongly against those that spread misinformation, for whichever party or individual it may be.

      • I invite you to do a little background check on SNOPES. They are certainly NOT a reliable fact checking site and have more than a couple of skeletons in their closet.

        Furthermore…, do you not find it curious that the Toronto Star would fall back on the “fake news” crutch instead of actually debunking the articles with verifiable facts?

        Just stand back and take a look at the hogs feeding at the $600,000,000 pig trough and ask yourself if the CBC and the Toronto Star can be taken seriously.

        One thing’s for certain. The Buffalo Chronicle isn’t one of the hogs at the trough.

        Nice try though!

        • “Toronto Star would fall back on ‘fake news’ […] instead of debunking […] with verifiable facts.”

          Verifiable facts? This blatant misinformation article alleges that there is a non-disclosure agreement; please propose how one can go about proving that a document does not exist?

          There is an age-old adage in legal circles that goes like this: “the burden of proof lies on the accuser.” On a philosophical level, there is a reason for that: one who denies that a thing did not exist or did not happen cannot prove because the nature of proof is that there cannot be proof of a non-event; so, the one who alleges that something existed or happened has the burden of proving it.

          This so-called paper has the burden of proving that an NDA exists and was designed to silence a would-be accuser. However, this alarming joke of a paper slyly got around the adage by claiming that it cannot disclose the NDA out of concern for its sanctity.

          Pure and utter rubbish.

        • Would you trust Agence France-Presse (AFP), the world’s oldest news agency, which also happens to be Facebook’s official fact-checking partner? They also fact-checked this story and found it to be baseless: https://factcheck.afp.com/canadas-national-newspaper-was-not-barred-publishing-scandal-involving-pm-trudeau

          For what it’s worth, I’ve read Snopes for years and find their fact-checking to be orders of magnitude more credible than The Buffalo Chronicle or Global Informer, both of whom refuse to provide any concrete evidence to back up their claims. That’s not saying that Snopes has never made any mistakes, however.

          As I mentioned, I am not particularly political, I am not affiliated or associated to any political party in any way. Which of course means I am not Gerald Butts, though I found that suggestion quite amusing. I just hate baseless defamation.

      • Okay Paul, can you tell us why Trudeau has made no move to sue the Buffalo Chronicle for defamation? Believe me, this greedy, grasping individual would be banging on his lawyers’ doors in pursuit of a pay out.

        • Great question. I’m not a political strategist, but I can only assume it’s been discussed in some way and that the pros and cons of such a lawsuit would have been weighed. I certainly think that, based on the evidence I’ve seen, The Buffalo Chronicle should be taken to court for libel. But the fact that it is an American “news” outlet presumably complicates the matter.

  10. The fact that no law suit has been filed is meaningless. I person may choose not to sue because it only causes the slander to be repeated, even if it is false. Why waste the time and money. There are also legal issues. Defamation law in the United States gives greater protection to defendants concerning statements involving public figures. It isn’t enough that statements were false, the offended person has to prove they were published with actual malice. The same standard does not apply in Canadian law. There would also be jurisdictional issues of having a Canadian court deal with defamation involving a foreign internet publication

    • True there is not absolute proof of the allegation however the pieces all fit so neatly, compound that with the fact that Justin’s fame loving wife refuses to be seen with him this election and no excuse is proffered…it becomes clear that it is most probable the allegations are indeed true.

    • Absolutely wrong, by your own logic once defamed you won’t sue for defamation or liable because of the original defamation. What mental gymnastics did you do for that? America sued Saudi’s for 9/11, the Canadian government or PM can easily take them to court and WE would foot the bill, would it be over before election? No, would they PM win? Doesn’t matter, the legal costs alone could be very damaging as the government has deeper pockets, not only that but they would be asserting “dominance” over alleged falsehood, allowing for reasonable doubt.

      If I said something so horrible and false about you in a public forum that it could damage your livelihood or even future would you feel so bad about what I called you, you would walk away? So you wouldn’t have to hear it again? That’s what your saying right now.
      Liberal logic.
      Cognitive dissonance is rife these days.

  11. Allegations, allegations, allegations …
    At least Justin Trudeau was not a pedophile … maybe …
    However we may hold full sanguine expectations that the Canadian people will make a wise elective choice this coming Monday …
    “Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard.” ~~~ H. L. Mencken

  12. I invite everyone to read the fact-checking done on this alleged “inappropriate relationship with a student” at https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/trudeau-sex-scandal-school/ . There is also an exposé by The Star on the Buffalo Chronicle at https://www.thestar.com/news/investigations/2019/10/18/theres-little-canada-can-do-to-stop-the-flow-of-false-viral-stories-from-buffalo-website.html , in which the article states, “The Star obtained evidence that the owner of the Buffalo Chronicle, In a 2010 email obtained by the Star and BuzzFeed News, [Buffalo Chronicle owner Matthew] Ricchiazzi asked if a local political candidate wanted to purchase content in The City Politic, another website he runs. “Fees are as follows: positive articles about your candidacy are $200; negative articles about your opponents are $400; and an editorial endorsement is $300,” the email read.”

    I can’t say that I trust the Buffalo Chronicle (or The Global Informer, which links to Buffalo Chronicle) as a reliable news source. I am forced to assume that they are being paid to spread damaging (and likely false) rumours about Justin Trudeau. P.S. I am not a very political person, but I feel strongly against those that spread misinformation, for whichever party or individual it may be.

    • Wow such credible sources such as Snopes owned by Disney, the Red Star and Buzzfeed? Not like they have anything to loose (1.2billion). But there are legal options if false, there is defamation or liable civil court cases. Those are much more effective than bought and paid for journalism. But to prove that in a court of law you would have to prove it is false, and not only the PM but the liberal party can sue but won’t for some odd reason. I find it odd as the CBC is currently in a law action with the conservatives for fair use. Trudeau wore a flak jacket because of nothing. You don’t really think they wouldn’t sue if there was nothing there? Even if it was to “stop fake news” for his campaign trail!
      Not only that but what is disproven in all your baitclicks? That the school won’t comment on why he left MIDTERM, but he has given 5 different answers for leaving on record. That he did room with a convicted pedophile, but he won’t answer questions either. No one else involved will comment and the liberal party says nope. Also says there is big fines and jail time for election fraud (RCMP) but they aren’t on this? I wonder why?
      Get a brain and a better vacuum chamber for your ideals as it would help with your cognitive dissonance.

      • Oh sorry I forgot there is the yearbook questions he won’t answer either, this is from True north Canada news in relation to this, But to die hard Liberal voters it’s fake to I guess, cause everyone and everything you don’t like to hear is fake news to the basic liberal voter base.
        Cause the PM who gropes reporters (proven) allegedly (most likely) commits obstruction of justice, fires justice ministers for doing their jobs (Jody Wilson Raybold), the ONLY PM to violate ethics code not only once, but 4 times and says he’s for woman’s rights as long as they shut up and listen to him is obviously the greatest leader Canada has ever saw!

        https://tnc.news/2019/10/10/malcolm-trudeau-refuses-to-answer-questions-about-mysterious-yearbook-message/

      • Would you trust Agence France-Presse (AFP), the world’s oldest news agency, which also happens to be Facebook’s official fact-checking partner? They also fact-checked this story and found it to be baseless: https://factcheck.afp.com/canadas-national-newspaper-was-not-barred-publishing-scandal-involving-pm-trudeau

        For what it’s worth, I’ve read Snopes for years and find their fact-checking to be orders of magnitude more credible than The Buffalo Chronicle or Global Informer, both of whom refuse to provide any concrete evidence to back up their claims.

        The headmaster of the school (Clive Austin) did provide a statement confirming that Trudeau was not dismissed from the school and parted on good terms. Feel free to look it up.

        Thanks for the personal insults too, which were unwarranted. Take care of yourself.

        • You spammed a comment page with garbage multiple times as a liberal shill. What about this article now is better? France says that Trudeau didn’t stop an article from being published? Still absolutely no facts just baseless picking on Symantecs. Just cause words are on a page dose not mean it holds information. You’ve found 4 now I believe that actually say nothing in facts, just vehemently disagreement. Disagreement without facts won’t win in a court of law no matter what you believe.

          • Are you saying that you believe this Buffalo Chronicle article, which are “words on a page,” but refuse to lend any weight to the other fact-checking articles I’ve provided, because they are just “words on a page”? While I agree that we all need to exercise critical judgement of what we read, we need to apply critical judgement fairly to *all* sources of information, not just those we don’t personally like. Take care.

            • I’ve read all your sites before you linked them, I’ve condensed them in earlier comments, NONE of them actually do any reporting. Most don’t even admit that his roommate and respective teacher in the same institution is a convicted pedophile. They will, similar to grammar nazis with spelling errors, pick small non contextual things to argue as a cornerstone of falsehood, but never actually touch the main issues. That’s modern propaganda or “yellow journalism”. Most don’t admit he left Midterm, the rest don’t say his 5 answers for leaving on record. None actually comment on the discrepancies in his story alone. There is also potential physical proof in the yearbook. All they say is “no comment” and that’s proof enough? Only in Canadian media to the right people.

              Everything else and this aside, based on his PROVEN political record in the past 4 years, he’s lied repeatedly, broken Canadian Federal law, broken ethics code about once per year, condemned rural workers as rapists, disgraced Canada to ALL allies, and spent Canada into deficit until 2050, and none on you unless your a Canadian media company, SNC, or Bombardier.
              What are you pushing SO hard for? What’s in this for you?
              You are a definitely liberal apologist, and are almost fanatical in your defence.

              You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink.

      • Maybe but probably not, no payment for commenting. He would create another 10,000 government positions to comment on this site and then turn around and say how they dropped unemployment.

  13. You should be able to publish the father’s name if he was not party to the agreement. Seems kind of fishy if you don’t.

  14. This is incredibly irresponsible journalism. If you can’t post a name OR first hand evidence (like a paper trail) you should not have posted this. If you DO have evidence (not just hearsay and “I saw this document”) then you should post that. This comes off as a baseless attack, or a refusal to go full in. Either way, this is not journalism.

  15. Matthew Ricchiazzi – This article is false. It was fact checked and all the info here is fake. Lawsuits will follow once the elections are over.

  16. Only flaw to this theory is Canada’s Criminal Code and Section 153(1). There isn’t a NDA on the planet that can protect ANYONE, let alone a political prodigy:

    Section 153(1) – Sexual Exploitation
    Every person commits an offence who is in a position of trust or authority towards a young person, who is a person with whom the young person is in a relationship of dependency or who is in a relationship with a young person that is exploitative of the young person, and who (a) for a sexual purpose, touches, directly or indirectly, with a part of the body or with an object, any part of the body of the young person; or (b) for a sexual purpose, invites, counsels or incites a young person to touch, directly or indirectly, with a part of the body or with an object, the body of any person, including the body of the person who so invites, counsels or incites and the body of the young person.

  17. This is FAKE NEWS and CRAPPY JOURNALISM.
    SEE SNOPES:
    https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/trudeau-sex-scandal-school/?fbclid=IwAR02C0vQ1v8sVzy9F8zrCOKirN-HFNLbmPGE1Uin_1U3x3VMaUNnw5YctqE

    Need to figure it out on your own?
    1) Spelling error in the headline (“accusor” not “accuser.”)
    2) Picture implies the “accusor” was that little child, and West Grey was a high school.
    3) “The Wealthy Canadian businessman” –who? Trudeau? No, it’s Warren Kinsella who’s been spreading these LIES.
    4) Seems kind of convenient that they can’t provide proof because it will “trigger” the terms of the NDA.
    5) It’s an American news source. In Canada, we have LAWS that prevent people from making shite up.
    6) If this happened in 2000, why was he still working there for the rest of the year?
    7) If this happened in 2000, why wasn’t it uncovered when he first ran in 2015, or any time in the past 19 years?
    8) West Grey has stated (in the past couple of weeks) that he left because he wanted to go back to Montreal, and he did a fine job as a teacher while he was there.

  18. The NAAWP has been keeping a close eye on Mr. Trudeau for the past 18-years and we are well-aware of all of his crimes against the Good Citizens of Canada!

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