Canadian MP cut off in parliament while asking about WEF

A Canadian MP was cut off, and then subsequently accused of spreading “misinformation” in the parliament for asking a question about the World Economic Forum’s influence on Canadian lawmakers.

The question was raised by Conservative Party MP Colin Carrie on Saturday, February 19th, and pertained to the World Economic Forum – the group that popularised the idea of the “Great Reset.”

“I had a constituent that wanted me to ask a question about outside interference to our democracy,” Carrie said.

“Klaus Schwab is the head of the World Economic Forum and he bragged how his subversive WEF World Economic Forum has infiltrated governments around the world. He’s said that his organisation has “penetrated” more than half of Canada’s cabinet. And I was wondering, in the interest of transparency, could the member please name which cabinet ministers are on board with the WEF’s agenda?”

Carrie went on to say “My concern is -” and was then cut off mid-sentence by the house’s speaker, who cited “really, really bad audio.” Carrie’s audio appears to be fine and perfectly clear in all available clips.

Subsequently, New Democratic Party MP Charlie Angus accused Carrie of spreading “open disinformation.”

In recently resurfaced clip from 2017, Schwab appears to make the claims outlined by Carrie.

“What we are very proud of now, with the young generation like Prime Minister Trudeau, the President of Argentina, and so on, is that we penetrate the cabinets,” said Schwab.

“So yesterday I was at a reception for Prime Minister Trudeau, and I would know that half of this cabinet or more are young global leaders of the World Economic Forum.”

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