Morneau has lost any credibility or authority he may have once had, and he has totally lost the trust of the Canadian people.
Bill Morneau must resign. His time as Finance Minister got off to a terrible start, after it was announced that the Trudeau government would break all their promises on budget deficits and red ink extended into the future as far as the eye could see.
Then, the government announced that the promised small business tax cut (which was supposed to happen quickly after the election), would be cancelled. It was only brought back as the public turned against Trudeau and Morneau’s tax attack on small businesses.
And now, with those two failures already weighing down Morneau’s credibility, the revelation that he used an ethics loophole to avoid putting his shares into a blind trust has destroyed any shred of authority he may have had.
The simple truth is that Canadians can no longer have any confidence in anything Morneau does. There’s no way for us to know whether he’s acting in the interests of the country, or using his position to further his own financial interests instead, and given his secrecy and use of loopholes, many Canadians now think it’s the latter.
Morneau can’t talk about tax fairness when he uses loopholes himself, and then makes legislative changes that slam small businesses while leaving his corporations and his fellow elites untouched. It’s a total political fraud at this point.
Moneybags Morneau has now become the personification of a system many Canadians rightfully believe is rigged and corrupt, and he has no business being the finance minister of our great nation.
It’s time for Moneybags to go.
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