On last night's show, I reported on Ethics Commissioner ruling that Justin Trudeau broke the Conflict of Interest Act on four counts.
The ruling comes after it was discovered in January that Trudeau hid a massive personal gift: a luxury vacation for his family and Liberal insiders to a private island in the Bahamas owned by the Aga Khan, a billionaire religious leader.
Coincidentally, Trudeau dumped $55 million of taxpayers money into one of the Aga Khan's projects.
When questioned by the media about the ruling, Trudeau stumbled and stuttered like a bumbling buffon.
Unfortunately, this story was made public during the Christmas season when Canadians aren't tuned into politics. The media are already burying the story and it will be considered "old news" when parliament reconvenes at the end of January.