If it were David Lametti who did what JWR did all the while declaring himself a Liberal people here would be questioning his role.
Earlier in this thread I questioned if JWR was against using the power she had in all cases or if it was only this particular case because if it was that she was against the directive power in general then that wouldn't be a valid reason to refuse it for SNC Lavelin.
I discovered that she has used the directive in a different case therefore she isn't against directives in general so I came back to say so.
In both cases I've been attacked not because it is so outrageous to question the actions of a Liberal Justice Minister but because that minister is an indigenous woman. Just my opinion of course.
Point One: No one would question any AG because the AG in SNC Lavelin did nothing wrong. Quit reducing this to a race and gender issue!!! And quit imagining how people would react to this if it were not JWR.
point two: it was never appropriate to use the directive for SnC Lavelin. People have submitted all kinds of articles which discuss this very issue and you are stuck on refusing to avknowledge that reality.
Most people herr on babble try to learn from what other people say and share. You live in a little bubble and no one can reach you. You are a stuck record that refuses to grow.
As far as I know people on babble didn't discuss JWR's reasoning with her so I don't see how anyone here can speak for her. Their case is still being considered. They may yet get a DPA. Lametti certainly knows more than anyone on this board so I think I will take his legal opinion over the opinion of posters.
It's just an opinion, but I don't agree with you on this not being a race and gender issue. I can't imagine any other politician being immune from being asked questions about an event they were and are central to. It is ridiculous. I haven't even accused her of anything other than being a Liberal which she loudly professed herself.