ARROGANCE: Trudeau Ignoring Canadians Concerned About His Attack On Small Businesses

Trudeau arrogantly dismisses growing backlash against his attack on middle-class small business owners.

Justin Trudeau continues to arrogantly ignore the growing number of Canadians opposed to his tax attack on small businesses.

Instead of listening to those concerns – which are coming from a coalition of “Some 35 organizations across the country representing doctors, lawyers, farmers, financial planners, homebuilders, shop owners and other incorporated small businesses,” Trudeau is hiding behind lies about the same middle class he’s now attacking.

Here’s what Trudeau said when asked about the growing backlash:

“We’re doing more for the people who need it and doing less for the people who don’t. I’m hearing feedback from Canadians that want to make sure that this does help the middle class…. I’m happy to have discussions and feedback from interested Canadians who want to make our tax code fairer and we’re going to take all of those reflections into account.”

Trudeau added that he “will make no apologies” for the changes.

And yet, he keeps ignoring those concerns, showing he couldn’t give a crap about any real feedback.

Liberal MPs panicking

Ironically, even as Trudeau ignores the concerns of Canadians, members of his own party are panicking. Liberal MPs are reportedly hearing intense criticism from their constituents, and some are asking Finance Minister Bill Morneau to make changes.

At this point, it seems Trudeau is arrogantly ignoring everybody, even members of his own party. Since he had a political party handed to him and got ahead in large part based on his name, it’s no surprise that Trudeau is acting in such an arrogant manner.

Despite all his promises of a “different kind of politics,” Trudeau has taken arrogance and centralization to a new level. His attack on Canadian small businesses, while doing the bidding of the global elites, is yet another example that our so-called “leader” doesn’t truly serve Canadians, and doesn’t care a bit for the middle class.


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