After two years of treating the idea of ethics and transparency as a total joke, Moneybags Morneau is now trying to pretend he takes it seriously.
As he was being grilled by Opposition House Leader Candice Bergen – who asked why Moneybags had refused to be transparent with the Canadian people for the past two years – he laughably tried to claim that the opposition was playing games.
It’s a pathetic claim, since Morneau has been treating ethics and transparency as a total joke, and he seems to see government as a game where the prize is making him and his elitist buddies even more powerful.
Watch the Bergen vs Morneau QP battle below:
As usual, Moneybags didn’t do well in this exchange, as he didn’t really answer Bergen’s questions (has he ever answered a question?). Canadians have the right to know far more than Morneau has revealed – especially considering the immense power he wields as Finance Minister.
Yet, time and time again, he refuses to be accountable, exhibiting his elitist entitlement and arrogance at every opportunity.
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