No Penalty for Trudeau Ethic’s Violations?

Media trying to make this go away.

 

Conservative Party on Twitter

They apparently meant that as ushering in a new era of *less* openness and transparency. Learn more: https://t.co/qItTkN5lBC #cdnpoli

 

Coyne: Lack of consequences over Trudeau’s ethics breach makes mockery of rule of law

On December 20, the outgoing federal Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner (to give her her full title), Mary Dawson, delivered a report finding the prime minister, Justin Trudeau, in violation of sections 5, 11, 12 and 21 of the federal Conflict of Interest Act, in the matter of his acceptance of free vacations on the Aga Khan’s private island in the Bahamas.

 

Senator Linda Frum on Twitter

Section 121 (1) (c) of the criminal code makes it an offence for any official or employee of the government to accept “from a person who has dealings with the government a commission, reward, advantage or benefit of any kind.” https://t.co/wiUJQXZP6K

 

Theo Fleury on Twitter

The Ethnics Commissioner needs to be overruled by the Minister of Common Sense. There are no consequences for breaking the law anymore????? What an awesome example we are setting. Now that’s leadership. Anybody else feel this way????

 

The Federal Government Is Corrupt – Spencer Fernando

When the PM can break ethics rules with no consequence and the elites use foreign tax havens while the rest of us are massively taxed, it becomes obvious that the government has been corrupted. For almost all Canadians, we face clear consequences when we violate federal rules.

 

Christopher Poulos on Twitter

It would be fun if we could all take a shot every time he says “uh” #cdnpoli