Claire McCaskill is in hot water again over her private plane use.
This time, FACT, a nonpartisan watchdog group, has asked for a Senate Ethics Committee investigation into Claire McCaskill’s reporting of income from her private plane. Back in November, McCaskill’s campaign told the Springfield News-Leader that the plane was “regularly chartered out to other users,” as an explanation to why the Senator blocked FAA tracking. But on her financial disclosures, McCaskill reported between $0 and $201 in income from the plane.
Either Claire’s campaign was lying about why it (unsuccessfully) attempted to shield McCaskill’s plane from being tracked or McCaskill is lying about how much money she makes off the plane.