Discussion posted by: David McNamara
At this stage of the WE scandal it might be useful to go at it in a negative direction. By which I mean maybe it would be more efficient if we were to ask which leading members of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s cabinet are not in some relationship with the Kielburgers, havenot been speakers at WE events, did not receive a complimentary vacation at WE’s hideously expensive ($4,000 per night) luxury resort in Kenya. Or do not have family members working for WE, or who have not forgotten they owe a woeful chunk of change to some arm of WE’s ever-so-numerous enterprises. Those we do know who are involved with it, up to their conflict of interest necks, are merely the No. 1 and No. 2 most powerful people in Canada. No less than the prime minister himself, and his finance minister.