CPP74 – Op Facepalm


On a special Thursday night edition of the show where Brian Williams talks with Harjit Sajjan about his role as the architect of Canada’s biggest military operation in Afghanistan, Operation Medusa….. Just kidding, but Harjitt and his false claims, and the resulting action, or inaction as the case may be, taken by the Prime Minister are up for debate.


Hello to all you patriots out there in podcast land and welcome to Episode 74 of Canadian Patriot Podcast, the number one podcast in Canada. Recorded Monday May 4, 2017.

Gavin –  a business owner, gun enthusiast, hunter, atheist, content provider for Toxic Kodiak Pathfinders and host of the Greater Toronto Area chapter of the Tactical Beard Owners Club.

Marty – Hunter and Sport Shooter in rural Southern Ontario.

Sean – Father of one, IPSC/IDPA/3 Gun Competitor, and CCFR Regional Field Officer.

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What Are We Drinking

Andrew – Crown Royal Apple and Coke Zero
Gavin – Gooderham & Worts 4 Grain Rye Whisky & Coke Zero
Marty – Coke Zero and Crown Maple
Sean – Crown Royal Apple Neat & Orange Infused Water

Op Medusa and other lies


Operation Medusa September 2?17, 2006 Canadian-led offensive during the second Battle of Panjwaii of the war in Afghanistan


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he accepted Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan’s apology for exaggerating his role in a combat operation in Afghanistan and has no intention of firing him.


Standing in the Commons, Trudeau rebuffed Conservative calls for Sajjan’s resignation, saying Sajjan acknowledged his “mistake,” apologized and “this minister continues and will continue to have my full confidence.”


“I’m not here to make any excuses for my mistake,” Sajjan said five times. “Or to give reasons for it.”


Retired Lt.-Col. Shane Schreiber, the soldier considered by many colleagues to be the most knowledgeable about the architecture of Op Medusa, told the Post in an interview late Friday that “Harj the soldier probably would not have said that. Harj the politician did, thinking that he could get away with it. When you are careless with words as a politician that can haunt you.”


Other “mistakes”

Conservative defence critic James Bezan

  • disputed claims by Sajjan that the Iraqis were accepting of Canada’s decision to withdraw its CF-18s from combat against ISIS
  • misleading statements about the air force’s capability gap
  • who was responsible for cutting danger pay for soldiers in Kuwait.


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