I just examined the flight manifest for the PM’s Challenger jet from March of 2018, and while it’s supposed to be for Prime Ministerial business, and not a Liberal party chauffeur driven, limo in the sky, you wouldn’t know that by going through these flight manifests.
In one instance, after a solid two days of work touring Canadian steel plants, Trudeau needed to recuperate, so he hopped on the Challenger to enjoy four days of fun and sun in West Palm Beach, Florida.
But that wasn't the worst of it. We started matching the flight manifests up with Liberal Party fundraisers also held in the same month.
March 28, 2018, the Challenger flies Trudeau and his entourage to Montreal for less than two hours, and then all the way back to Ottawa.
March 28, 2018, is the same day Trudeau attended a high-level Liberal Party fundraiser in Montreal, costing $1,500 per person for anyone over the age of 35. Distinguished guests included Seagrams billionaire Stephen Bronfman, pipeline hating-sewage dumping former Mayor of Montreal, Denis Coderre, and Mitch Garber, the chairman of Cirque du Soleil and owner of the World Series of Poker.
Trudeau was working hard for the middle class by making them pay for his use of government resources to get him swiftly to Montreal to panhandle for cash from some of Canada's richest and most influential people.
In the same flight manifests, we also found Finance Minister Bill Morneau, Department of Fisheries and Oceans Minister Dominic LeBlanc and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan treating the government Challenger like it was the family minivan, when as cabinet ministers they’re supposed to opt for commercial travel as often as they can.
Today I'll show you how the Liberals used the Challenger to go to several different fundraisers across the country during the month of March and I'll show you the cost breakdown of those cabinet ministers’ expensive flights.