It’s “too soon” to tell whether Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did anything wrong in the SNC-Lavalin case!? So “we will watch … as more and more information comes out,” before making up our minds!?Who said that? Must have been some totally compromised Liberal flunkie, right?Well, sort of. It was Alberta’s own Premier Rachel Notley speaking in Ottawa on Thursday when asked about the testimony of former Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould before the House of Commons Justice committee on Wednesday.As a politician and a lawyer – and as a frequent defender of women’s rights – you might have expected Notley to be a little more supportive of Wilson-Raybould.Except perhaps for the PM himself (who confessed to having not watched or read Wilson-Raybould’s remarks), almost no one came away with any conclusion other than that Wilson-Raybould was the victim of heavy, repeated pressure by Trudeau, his senior staff, other cabinet ministers and the highest civil servant in the land to interfere in a criminal prosecution for political ends.Well, everyone but Trudeau – and Rachel Notley.The best Notley could come up with when asked what she thought of Wilson-Raybould’s assertion that at least 11 people closely associated with the prime minister put pressure on her over a four-month period to give Montreal engineering and construction giant SNC-Lavalin a free pass in court (to save Quebec jobs and improve the Liberals’ re-election hopes) was, “It’s certainly an interesting conversation. We will watch … as more and more information comes out. I think at this point it’s too soon for me to offer up anything else.”How much more in Trudeau’s pocket does our premier need to be? Notley can’t even bring herself to criticize her “green” energy buddy when he is surely deserving of harsh criticism.Notley came across as one of the last remaining Trudeau loyalists in the country.Our premier was in Ottawa to appear before a Senate committee to argue against Trudeau’s Bill C-69, the new impact assessment act that will make building future pipelines so difficult the legislation has been dubbed the “No More Pipelines Act.”Notley’s too-little, too-late testimony regarding Bill C-69 was entirely underwhelming. (And just where was she when it mattered, when the bill was before the House of Commons? Oh, right, making nice-nice with Trudeau in hopes he would build her the Trans Mountain expansion.)Notley’s testimony in favour of Alberta pipelines was entirely overshadowed by her spineless response to reporters’ questions about the SNC affair.Her timidity continued when asked what she thought about Trudeau going to such great lengths to preserve jobs in Montreal (perhaps even breaking the law) while doing next to nothing to defend jobs in Alberta.“I don’t want to pit the two against each other,” Notley demurred.Why in heavens not? Surely even Notley can see her kiss-up routine with Prime Minister Trudeau has gotten Alberta exactly nowhere.For once before Albertans punt you from office, Madame Premier, stand up and fight for this province for real.