REPORT: Trudeau Receives Dividend Payments From Private Corporation As Part Of Family Fortune

Trudeau is clearly trying to distract from his total elitism by demonizing Canadian small businesses.

A new report reveals that Justin Trudeau receives dividend payments from a private corporation.

Here’s a key section of the report:

Trudeau owns 7664699 Canada Inc., which he has put in a blind trust during his time as prime minister but which has also been paying him dividends. His brother Alexandre also has a private corporation, 7664737 Canada Inc. The companies are the primary and secondary shareholders in a third private corporation, 176078 Canada Inc., set up in 1995 to hold the assets of their father, former prime minister Pierre Trudeau.

That’s not all.

According to the report, “Trudeau is also the joint owner with his brother of 9190-0563 Quebec Inc., set up in 2007. The company, which lists its activities as real estate development and the production and sale of firewood, owns a property with a chalet, which once belonged to their father, in the Laurentians community of Saint-Adolphe-d’Howard north of Montreal.”

Trudeau claims that he doesn’t have any dealings “with the way our family fortune is managed.”

Of course, none of this is against the law.

After all, one of the key motivations of people to succeed is to leave money for their family.

The issue here is that while Trudeau was given immense financial and political influence due to his inheritance, he is punishing small business people who want to sell their business to their own family. In some cases, their tax rate could reach over 70%.

So, Trudeau is glad to make use of the fortune he inherited, but is punishing middle-class Canadian small business people who are trying to build their own legacy for themselves and their families.

It’s extremely hypocritical.

Distracting from his elitism

The cynicism of Trudeau’s tax attack is clear: He realizes that more and more Canadians are waking up to the agenda of the elites who seek to benefit foreign banks, global corporations and the political class at the expense of middle income and working class Canadians.

Trudeau is desperate to distract from the fact that he is part of the same elitist structure that Canadians are turning against. So, in an effort to hide from his elitism, he’s throwing small business people under the bus and scapegoating them.

It’s a disgraceful display from a national leader who should be bringing Canadians together, not tearing us apart.

Spencer Fernando

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