Trudeau minister who falsely claimed Emergencies Act was enacted on police advice was 'misunderstood': official

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Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino’s office has come out with an explanation for why the minister said that the government was acting on the advice of law enforcement when the Trudeau Liberals invoked the Emergencies Act on February 14.

According to public safety senior official Rob Stewart, Mendicino was “misunderstood” when he told a committee in April that the government was in contact with law enforcement, and that the advice received by the Liberals was to invoke the Emergencies Act.

Stewart said that Mendicino didn’t mean police directly asked for the law to be used.

“I believe that the intention that he was trying to express was that law enforcement asked for the tools that were contained in the Emergencies Act,” Stewart said, according to the National Post.

Exactly who requested for the Emergencies Act to be invoked has now become a type of whodunit, as various police officials all claim to have never requested it in the first place.

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