With his usual smirk on his face, Justin Trudeau made it clear that he doesn’t think Canadians deserve any answers to the growing government ethics problems.
With questions still swirling about the ethical troubles in the Trudeau government, Smirking Justin Trudeau seems to think it’s all a big joke.
Trudeau was asked by Andrew Scheer when exactly he found out that Moneybags Morneau still owned Morneau-Shepell shares. It’s an important question, because if Trudeau knew for some time and didn’t tell the Ethics Commissioner, that would be a big problem.
So, it’s quite interesting that despite it being a very easy question to answer, Trudeau won’t do it.
Instead, he tried to smirk his way through another talking-point fuelled script, showing arrogance and contempt for the very idea that he answers to Canadians. Watch Smirking Justin try and evade the truth in the video below:
— CPAC (@CPAC_TV) November 1, 2017
Government ethics are a joke to Smirking Justin
Justin Trudeau has the look of somebody who lets others face the consequences of his terrible government decisions. He doesn’t pay the price for lax border policies, he doesn’t feel the pain of higher taxes, and he doesn’t care about damaging the economy – he’ll remain rich and influential no matter what alongside his fellow elites.
That’s why he smirks his way through arrogantly denying Canadians the transparency he once promised. Government ethics are nothing more than a joke to him.
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