May doesn’t think Morneau’s apology will save his political career

May doesn't think Morneau's apology will save his political career 1


Green Party Leader Elizabeth May discusses the WE Charity controversy says she think's Finance Minister Morneau was 'blinded' by his personal wealth.


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57 Comments on "May doesn’t think Morneau’s apology will save his political career"

  1. pamela kingwell | July 23, 2020 at 7:54 PM | Reply

    CORRUPTION, nothing else!

  2. Morneau is only in politics to advance his net worth. Still waiting for him to bring up pension reform again.

    • This pandemic is the perfect excuse he needs to redo pension policies and his private company Morneau/Shapell will be the net benefactor and the average Canadian will suffer.

    • @Brian Yeah, he’s Canada’s Steve Mnuchin. It’s time for pensioners to organize and take care of these individuals.

    • Politics is the worst way to advance your net worth, especially in Canada. He’s not Trump.. he’s actually rich.

    • @cmactoronto Wrong answer, trying bill c27 the first few mouths he was finance minister, pension reform. It would have enriched his private business Morneau Shapell by hundreds of millions.

  3. If your personal accountant funneled money out of your accounts to fund a personal trip and you found out about it after the fact would you fire him or would you continue to trust him with your money ?

    • LincolnTek fire him & report it to the police & lay charges. Isn’t that how the system is supposed to work?

    • I would send huge goons to threaten
      him to get my cash or his house etc + 20% to pay the goons and then have the goons take him for a ride. But if I knew he was ripping off all but the filthy rich, I would have the goons leave him on the steps of Parliament AND the supreme court as a warning (think about it!)

    • Rick Mason I like this system way more ! 👍

    • If the penalty for stealing an ATM machine was only $500 max , wouldnt you try? The laws needa changing my brothers… these guys are not facing any consequences. Its totally worth it to be corrupt in Canada right now..cop, politicians, secret intelli, all are very bad..

  4. Oscar Jetson | July 23, 2020 at 8:09 PM | Reply

    Everybody seems to be knowledgable about the Ethics rules except for the Liberals. Pathetic.

  5. Never mind him, how can you salvage your political career? Omar Khadr won’t bail you out.

  6. Valerie Zaitseff | July 23, 2020 at 8:29 PM | Reply

    Canadians are tired of corrupt politicians governing their country… it’s time for change!

  7. Bruce Bright | July 23, 2020 at 8:31 PM | Reply

    May sounds like she’s blind to common sence.

  8. If our finance minister can not budget his own finances he has no business budgeting my countries finances..

  9. Why don’t we use the program in place and sorry why just use existing programs it has worked for years

  10. This from a women that thinks Omar Kadur has more class than anyone in parliament

  11. Rory McDonald | July 23, 2020 at 9:03 PM | Reply

    LIBERALS must really be in trouble when even the far left GREENS are casting a wary eye.

  12. greens/liberals are woke marxists

  13. He didn’t notice the $41,000 until he realized he had to testify in front of a finance committee? I don’t think so.

  14. AllmanBro 74 | July 23, 2020 at 9:48 PM | Reply

    So she’s saying he can use Afluenza as an excuse. Twit.

  15. Robin Alexander | July 23, 2020 at 10:08 PM | Reply

    She is brain dead, doesn’t matter how rich you are, you notice $ 41,000

    • Eamon O'Connell | July 24, 2020 at 4:13 AM | Reply

      And the French Villa.

    • @Eamon O’Connell And many more.. google Moron Morneau’s family spread where they live in their own COMMUNE (best word to use) He has lots of property! I wonder if the Panama papers will be updated as we already know some of them were listed in it.

  16. Patrick Henry | July 23, 2020 at 10:19 PM | Reply

    It doesn’t appear to be a conflict of interest. It IS a conflict of interest!

  17. The WE Charity is a very effective propaganda generator for the Liberano Party.
    Trudeau, Morneau, and the Kielburgers need to be jailed.

  18. She thinks Margaret Trudeau is a wonderful human being. How mentally ill does someone need to be to actually think that?

    • Judy Woodburn | July 24, 2020 at 2:36 AM | Reply

      Roger C I’ve gotta admit, she lost me right there with the Margaret Trudeau compliment. . It sounds like she is walking on eggs, trying to offend no one. And suggesting that Morneau probably didn’t know he got a freebie was asinine. She comes across as weak and ineffectual.

    • @Judy Woodburn agreed. She comes across as trying to somehow want to defend these criminals. If someone did this in business they would be outright facing charges of corruption.

  19. Be Truthfull Informed | July 24, 2020 at 1:13 AM | Reply

    Morneau and JT….trust fund kids. Never should they hold positions of power.

  20. James Mecher | July 24, 2020 at 1:34 AM | Reply

    She’s useless, May supported Liberals for years

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