September 14, 2017

Even Liberal MPs revolt against Trudeau's small business tax increase

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's show, I reported on the Liberal Members of Parliament going public with their opposition to Justin Trudeau's plan to increase taxes on small businesses.

Trudeau's attempting to justify the tax increase by claiming "a large percentage of small businesses are actually just ways for wealthier Canadians to save on their taxes". Trudeau and his finance minister are both millionaires who inherited their wealth, and now they're making it more expensive for contractors, rural doctors, lawyers, and family farms to conduct business.

But even Liberal's MP's aren't buying Trudeau's talking point, including Wayne Easter the chair of the finance committee who's received an "unprecedented backlash" from his constituents. Julie Dabrusin (Toronto-Danforth) published a letter with three pages of concerns about the tax grab.

WATCH my video to see how this move fits in with the Liberals efforts to discourage private investment by shutting down resource development and implementing a carbon tax.

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commented 2017-09-17 20:45:59 -0400
Sounds familiar?

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commented 2017-09-16 20:06:03 -0400
Jay Kelly has liberal grandiosity in bi polar dementia.. just like his boss trudeau..
commented 2017-09-16 14:40:09 -0400
JAY KELLY commented 14 hours ago
I think readers here on The Rebel agree that Trudeau made the right move. Those individuals who were claiming their highly profitable businesses as tax free should be paying tax at the same rate as everybody else.

Jay, you are obviously having trouble reading what has been posted here and other reports on the same topic, your above claim is false!
commented 2017-09-16 00:29:01 -0400
I think readers here on The Rebel agree that Trudeau made the right move. Those individuals who were claiming their highly profitable businesses as tax free should be paying tax at the same rate as everybody else.
Many doctors, lawyers, and other professionals had been exempt from paying tax because they claimed their business was just their personal activity.
They do good work, and it helps each of us, but if they have a profit like that they should pay some tax.
commented 2017-09-15 23:21:49 -0400
Don’t forget the elbow when trudeau was not getting his way..right away..That was in the work place also.
commented 2017-09-15 19:21:24 -0400
Tammie..That’s the same look and antics for all the liberalist…globalist give each other when they are together..
commented 2017-09-15 01:52:14 -0400
Morneau & Trudeau should have booked a room already.
On that little clip you played of Trudeau, it’s so obvious that response had been rehearsed many times in case the question was asked. Morneau, Trudeau keep repeating they want to close the loopholes, making it sound like these small businesses are cheating on their taxes, when all they’re doing is using all they can legally to reduce their share of taxes. I guess Morneau, Trudeau have never used tax loopholes.
commented 2017-09-14 22:04:25 -0400
Trudeau and Morneau look like they are about make out. If my boss invaded my space like that, I certainly wouldn’t be smiling!
commented 2017-09-14 16:27:08 -0400
He is working hard to finish small business and life as Canadians once knew it. He is surely a puppet as he has not one single thought in his head at one time. This is a callous disregard for all the hard working people who started a business and will now be nickled and dimed out of their life’s work.
commented 2017-09-14 13:51:44 -0400
Truedough is just paying back his corporate Laurentian owners by killing competition for the large corporate interests they are invested in. Under this policy large corporations win when their completion is taxed into impotency

Baby Doc is a puppet of the transnational corporate interests who want monopoly markets in Canada.
commented 2017-09-14 13:38:41 -0400
A beautiful plan by a trust fund child who has never worked a day in his life except as hobby.