Justin Trudeau inherited millions of dollars from his rich dad, Pierre Trudeau, who inherited it from his rich dad, Charles-Emile Trudeau, who’d started up a chain of gas stations.
In other words, Trudeau never met the last man in his family to work. (Did you know that Justin is 45 years old, yet his father’s law firm and accounting firm still handles his trust fund?)
It’s the same language of envy that’s being used by Bill Morneau, the finance minister. Morneau didn’t inherit his fortune, or earn it — he married it, wedding Nancy McCain, the potato heiress.
Morneau will never have to work again, and neither will his children, or their children.
And he acts like it. Sheila Gunn Reid has shown us how Morneau’s lifestyle is seeping into his public life. For one thing, Morneau’s personal assistant submits hundreds and hundreds of dollars of expense claims with no receipts.
So that’s how Trudeau and Morneau live. But you’re a tax cheat.
How is Trudeau’s “let them eat cake” style going down with severely normal people?
Tonight I’ll tell you about some of their fellow Liberals, who say Trudeau and Morneau’s tax plan has triggered a constituent backlash.
NEXT: Daniel Akbari, sharia Lawyer and expert, joins me to talk about Vancouver Pride's decision to suddenly ban an anti-sharia parade float that had previously won awards.
Akbari also talks about how the Muslim Brotherhood have infiltrated organizations like the ACLU.
THEN: Daniel Pipes, the president of the Middle East Forum, comes on to discuss what's happening in Greece.
Pipes says that country has developed a "surprisingly simple" solution to the illegal immigration crisis, one that other nations could adopt.
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