What else is being hidden from Canadians?
After trying to evade questions on whether he had used the Aga Khan’s helicopter more than once, Justin Trudeau has now admitted that he flew on the Aga Khan’s private helicopter in 2014.
Trudeau also admitted that he has visited the Aga Khan “at various places” over the decades.
The Aga Khan regularly lobbies the Canadian government for funding, and has received tens of millions of dollars from the feds.
Trudeau only admitted to the additional trips when pressed at the end of a press conference – continuing a disturbing pattern of only revealing info to the Canadian people when he has tried every other path of evasion.
Trudeau is currently under investigation by the Ethics Commissioner for accepting a flight from the Aga Khan, which may violate the Conflict of Interest Act, and the Liberal government’s own ethics guidelines.
For reference, here is section 12 of the Conflict of Interest Act, which Trudeau may have violated:
“No minister of the Crown, minister of state or parliamentary secretary, no member of his or her family and no ministerial adviser or ministerial staff shall accept travel on non-commercial chartered or private aircraft for any purpose unless required in his or her capacity as a public office holder or in exceptional circumstances or with the prior approval of the Commissioner.”
Despite his election campaign’s focus on the middle class, Trudeau has shown that he is concerned only with serving the interests of the global elite, rather than the Canadian people who actually pay the taxes and keep our country going.
His continued demonstrations of elitism and his out-of-touch lifestyle is creating a bigger and bigger rift between him and the people of Canada – a reason his poll numbers are declining.
Whatever the ethics commissioner rules, Trudeau’s latest admission of further flights on the Aga Khan’s helicopter will only damage his image more.
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