In another Rebel Media exclusive investigation, we’ve uncovered Justin Trudeau and his wife using the government Challenger jet as their own personal getaway plane. We found the information in the May 2018 flight manifests for the Prime Minister’s jet.
After tending to government business in New York and Boston, the high flying Trudeau family fun time began the evening of May 18, 2018.
That’s the day the Challenger flew from Boston back to Ottawa, with Trudeau and several others on board. The entourage of spin doctors, photographers, and bureaucrats, used the PM’s private plane to get back to Ottawa even though they could have hopped a commercial flight back home.
That evening, after the entourage disembarked, Trudeau waited on the tarmac for his wife for almost two hours. According to flight manifests, after idling on the tarmac, the jet then left for Burlington, Vermont, with just two passengers: Sophie and Justin.
After the flight to Burlington, the empty plane flew back to Ottawa the same night.
Three days later - May 21, 2018 - the empty Challenger again flies from Ottawa to Vermont where, according to flight manifests, the only passengers were the two Trudeaus.
And according to the PMO itinerary for that time frame, Trudeau was enjoying “personal days.”
Flight costs were calculated at approximately $3,400 per hour for that month. Since the trip amounted to 3.5 hours of Challenger flight time, I’ve estimated the costs to the taxpayer for their romantic weekend getaway at almost $12,000.
Taxpayers sent a coddled, lazy millionaire and his pampered wife on a romantic getaway to Vermont on a private plane three months after Trudeau looked a wounded veteran in the eye and told him he was asking for more than Trudeau was willing to give.
Sadly, there is no limit to what Trudeau is willing to give himself.