MP Dan Albas points out that the Liberal debt can’t even be justified by a war, or a recession.
In the Standing Committee on Finance, Moneybags Morneau was grilled on why he refuses to even say “balanced budget,” and why he is running up massive amounts of debt – contrary to the Liberals campaign promises.
MP Dan Albas pointed out that the debt incurred by the Trudeau Liberals can’t even be justified by a war or a recession, and is instead related to an ideological choice by the Trudeau government to run large deficits.
Albas also spoke about a pensioner in his riding named Donna, who was worried about the debt that will be inherited by her grandchildren, and wrote a check to the federal government that she wants to see used to pay down the debt.
Watch Albas’ comments and Morneau’s response below:
Morneau’s remarks – unsurprisingly – were full of deception.
For him to say that the Trudeau Liberals economic plan is working is totally false. Instead, our debt has exploded, our economy is slowing down, and investment is collapsing.
Canada’s federal market debt has surpassed $1 trillion for the first time ever, something the Liberals are trying to downplay.
What’s so amazing is that all these economic troubles are public record, and Morneau obviously has access to the best data.
So, he is simply choosing to lie to Canadians about the results of the Liberals economic policies, hoping that his words will somehow obscure what we can see with our own eyes.
Canada’s economy is not doing well, and no amount of arrogant spin can change that fact.
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