Have you ever heard of a financial company that does pensions and benefits, called Morneau Shepell?
The “Morneau” part of Morneau Shepell — that’s Bill Morneau, Justin Trudeau’s finance minister. He inherited the company from his dad. It’s now one of Canada’s biggest financial companies.
As we’ve been reporting, Morneau’s proposed tax changes will be brutal to self-employed professionals, like small business owners, doctors and farmers.
We know that people are already panicking, moving the money out of the country, fleeing Morneau’s plans before they become law, getting financial advice.
And one of the firms they’re running to for help is… Morneau Shepell.
I don’t think Bill Morneau got into politics to wring money out this way. But I think he’s happy to have it as a side benefit. And he has absolutely no moral compunction about it. I’ll show you that — in his own words.
What about his boss? Trudeau was asked about how he personally takes advantage of tax shelters.
As you’ll see in the clip, the PM didn’t deny it — in fact, he called his money the “family fortune”. Who says that? A spoiled little prince does.
Justin Trudeau and Bill Morneau will make life harder for millions of Canadians. That’s bad economics, and it’s immoral, frankly.
But they seem to have no problem hiding their own money behind tax shelters.
And in Bill Morneau’s account, having the family firm get even richer off the very people he’s making poorer...
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