Morneau seems to think he hasn’t made any mistakes, despite the rising controversy over his potential conflicts-of-interest.
In a recent interview with Global News, Bill Moneybags Morneau continued to show the elitist arrogance that has caused him so much trouble.
When asked whether he had any regrets, Morneau said “Let me tell you what I absolutely don’t regret. I don’t regret deciding to get into public life. I don’t regret having the opportunity to make a huge difference for our country.”
Many Canadians would question what kind of “difference” Morneau has made, unless he’s referring to the difference in the price of Morneau-Shepell shares.
Morneau has learned nothing.
Hilariously, Morneau says the fact that he’s planning to donate his share profits to charity is not an admission of wrongdoing – despite his decision not to put his shares in a blind trust.
Even worse, Morneau seems clueless as to why people are concerned, as he didn’t answer whether or not he understood why people had concerns in the first place.
We can see that Moneybags has learned nothing from his ongoing political scandal. In the attitude typical of the arrogant elites, Morneau thinks the only problem is that people found out that he used a loophole to keep control of his shares, instead of taking responsibility for his actions.
As a result, Canadians have no reason to believe there will be any improvement in the actions of the elitist Morneau and the rest of the Trudeau government. So, while Morneau may not be regretting his decision to enter politics, you can be sure that most Canadians are regretting it.