Lots of spending scandals in the past week in the Liberal Party. We’ve already talked about Catherine McKenna, the narcissistic Environment Minister, who spent more than $6,000 hiring a Parisian artiste to take lame photos of her.
And Jane Philpott, the Health Minister, spending extraordinary amounts of money on luxury limousines owned by one of her campaign supporters. So that was a kick-back. It was fraud.
Then yesterday, a new one:
When Justin Trudeau took one of his many taxpayer-paid vacations on the government’s private jet, he took along his mother in law and father in law.
But they deleted their names from the passenger list. Because they knew it was shameful.
(You can see the details on page 12 in this document.)
Now that the facts are known, they’re not apologizing. And the Media Party won’t pressure them to.
But there’s even more and yes, it’s Catherine McKenna, again:
She finally put out a statement about that photography scandal. But it’s not an apology. It’s about how blessed you are to have someone like Catherine McKenna “working on your behalf.” Stop your whining, little people!
We’re never quite good enough for Trudeau or McKenna, are we? Shame on us for even criticizing them. They’re so much better than us…