Last week I told you about a Chinese billionaire’s donation to the Trudeau Family Foundation which had echoes of Hillary Clinton’s “pay for play” troubles.
Trudeau has of course distanced himself from his family’s foundation but I’ve since made another discovery about a pattern in Tides Canada donations to the Trudeau Family Foundation that further raise the question of influence buying.
Watch as I share what I’ve found and you’ll see why I’m left wondering if foreign donations to the Trudeau Family Foundation are influencing Liberal government decisions.
The separation of foundation and politics didn’t work very well for the Clintons and there’s no reason to believe it can work for the Trudeau’s.
Especially when the forces of globalism likely recognize that the Trudeau Family Foundation might be a good vessel for their movement and funding political influence.
I believe Trudeau sees himself as some kind of globalist counter balance to Donald Trump, so I suspect when George Soros looks for a globalist leader to represent his interests and the interests of the Tides foundation, Justin Trudeau and his Liberal Party government will become their last best hope.