Carbon Tax Report Blocked by the Trudeau Government is a Bad Move

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The economic impact of the Carbon Tax will have massive ramifications for all Canadians, but it seems as if the Trudeau government doesn’t think that way. They have downplayed its impact and stated that it is going to be ‘revenue neutral’, but it has been labeled by many to be ‘another government cash-grab’. The Trudeau Government is acting suspiciously, which would mean that they have something to hide and stand to gain from this move.

The Trudeau Government is clearly looking to pass the move under the radar, because it seems to be of immense importance to them. The manner with which the Trudeau Government shouted down opposition MPs in the House of Commons, when they were sharing facts on something that will affect all Canadians, is a slap on civil democracy.

Everyone knows that the Carbon Tax is horrendous and will only serve to rip money out of the middle class Canadians pockets, and fill the pockets of the elites and the politicians. This is something that the Trudeau Liberals don’t want to spread, because keeping the citizens uninformed will benefit them. It seems that Justin Trudeau has dictatorial tendencies, and they are coming to the fore slowly but surely, as he shows his true colors. The current government is as far away from the common Canadian as it can be and their current policies underline that they don’t care about Canadians.

All they are looking for is power, and how they can benefit from policies that are going to hurt the Canadian people. Trudeau speaks as if he is doing everything in the best interests of the Canadian people, but the truth is far away from the reality. His actions are those of a dictator and he is putting the Canadian democracy under peril.

Delilah is 31 years old from Toronto Canada and has a conservative view on politics, she lives on the road following big names in politics, she has come upon us with many years writing experience, in her early years she has been all over Europe back-packing and had the "adventure of a lifetime" before settling down to write news on Canadian and World politics.