And he tried throwing the Ethics Commissioner under the bus again…
In Question Period, NDP Ethics Critic Nathan Cullen asked the Finance Minister if he would apologize for “abusing the trust of Canadians.”
Cullen pointed out that Moneybags Morneau told everybody that he had put his assets in a blind trust, when it turns out that wasn’t the case. By doing so, Morneau betrayed the trust of Canadians, and has lost all credibility.
Yet, instead of apologizing, Morneau used the Trudeau-tactic of taking zero responsibility and blaming others. Moneybags threw the Ethics Commissioner under the bus again, pathetically trying to shift the blame. Watch Morneau’s arrogance in the video below:
— CPAC (@CPAC_TV) October 19, 2017
If you think Moneybags Morneau should resign, help spread the hashtag #HasMorneauResignedYet. Canadians can’t let up on holding Morneau and the entire Trudeau government accountable for their arrogant and disgraceful elitism and betrayal of the trust of Canadians.
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