Let us report! We're suing for access to Trudeau's morning press conferences

Navigating a government-run phone tree is the only way to gain access to Justin Trudeau's morning press conferences. And the only reporters getting a word in are the friendly ones.

Justin Trudeau has either actively ordered this censorship, or is relying on a deep state decision to keep him sheltered from tough questions.

It is one or the other, and I'm not sure which would be worse.

For weeks, Rebel News reporters have called in to question the prime minister, and we have been rejected time after time.

I've had it.

I'm not asking anymore.

So we're are suing the Privy Council Office — the non-partisan Canadian bureaucracy — to make those civil servants stop blocking our calls and to make them stop applying an illegal filter on who has access to a government function.

It is the only way to get results in this country.

A judge needs to remind Trudeau that this is Canada, not China. No Prime Minister nor bureaucrat gets to decide which questions get asked of the administration. Our democracy depends on it.

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