Willful blindness, like Trudeau’s, steals progress on sexual misconduct
Sometimes those at the top simply don’t want to know—or don’t want others to know just how far-reaching and destructive this epidemic has become.
Far from deserving credit because he didn’t know, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should be faulted for why he didn’t have the slightest interest in ensuring that the allegations against Gen. Jonathan Vance did not involve sexual misconduct. The fact that he thought a one-word answer would suffice when called out on the subject speaks volumes, writes Kathleen Finlay. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia