Figures. Claire McCaskill Won’t Apologize For Ditching Bus and Taking Private Jet Instead on her “State RV Tour”
Senator McCaskill Won’t Apologize for Lying to Missouri Voters and Ditching RV for Private Plane–
Air Claire got busted again with her private plane this week.
The Obama Democrat told Missourians she was taking a bus tour of the Show Me State.
She didn’t tell them she was ditching the bus for her private plane during many of the stops.
She thought she’d get away with it.
The Free Beacon reported:
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D., Mo.) said her campaign was “hitting the road” in an RV to tour the state, but public flight information indicates that travel also occurred on her million-dollar private plane.
The RV, named BigBlue by the campaign, was unveiled late last month by McCaskill, who said she was “very excited to hit the road” in it for an upcoming “Veterans for Claire” tour. The campaign kept a live blog of its three-day RV trip from May 29 to May 31, posting updates of its whereabouts.
Unmentioned on the blog is the role McCaskill’s private plane played on the trip. The aircraft is a single-engine turboprop valued on her financial disclosure forms at more than $1 million dollars.
McCaskill has taken steps to hide the use of her plane. In a 2017 email obtained by the Washington Free Beacon, the senator asked the Federal Aviation Administration to block radar tracking information on her plane from being publicly broadcast on the internet. The request blocks the ability to track her plane on websites such as FlightAware.com.
On Wednesday President Trump slammed Claire McCaskill for cheating on her RV tour of Missouri.
Senator Claire McCaskill of the GREAT State of Missouri flew around in a luxurious private jet during her RV tour of the state. RV’s are not for her. People are really upset, so phony! Josh Hawley should win big, and has my full endorsement.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 13, 2018
On Wednesday after President Trump’s tweet Senator McCaskill refused to apologize to Missouri voters.
— Micheal Mahoney (@KCMikeMahoney) June 13, 2018