Trudeau thinks regular Canadians should cut our carbon footprints, while he and the elites are free to do whatever they want.
As we’ve seen, the elites think there’s one set of rules for those at the top, and another set of rules for the rest of us.
And nowhere is that thrown in our face more obviously than in how we get told to sacrifice our own standard of living at the altar of ‘climate change,’ while the elites get to live their jet-setting lifestyles without hindrance.
In Justin Trudeau’s case, he takes ‘jet-setting’ literally, flying around Canada and the world, while imposing taxes that makes travel more expensive for everyone else.
His latest taxpayer-funded vacation was a trip to Tofino, quite a flight from Ottawa.
Trudeau flew to Tofino to surf, ironically doing so on Earth Day.
The problem here isn’t Trudeau travelling. After all, at least his vacation was in Canada rather than the Aga Khan’s private island.
The problem is the hypocrisy.
Why should Trudeau be able to travel around the country at our expense while he imposes the carbon tax on us?
Why should he be able to make our life more expensive while he lives a life of luxury on our dime?
Trudeau – like Catherine McKenna and all the hypocritical elites – don’t actually believe in public service. They don’t see themselves as servants. They seem themselves as rulers, imposing rules from way on high, while being ‘above’ following those rules themselves.
So, Trudeau and McKenna can fly around guzzling massive amounts of jet fuel for their own worthless amusement, but Canadians who need to heat our homes and get to work get taxed through the roof.
That is the core of the elitist attitude, and that attitude must by punished at the ballot box.
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