A WSB-TV investigation has revealed that Lt. Governor Casey Cagle has grievously misused taxpayer money.
In the last five years, Casey Cagle has taken more 200 separate flights at a cost of $250,000 to the taxpayers.
Many of these trips were essentially shuttling him around the state — sometimes multiple trips in a single day — with 37 of those trips originating in Cagle’s hometown of Gainesville.
He racked up a bill of a quarter of a million dollars just to avoid traffic. Since when are public servants supposed to treat chartered flights like a taxi service, and at the taxpayer’s expense?
Meanwhile, the country’s worst secretary of state Brian Kemp has only chartered planes nine times in the past five years at a fraction of the cost: $35,994.78. While still a notable chunk of taxpayer money, it’s obvious that Cagle’s duties aren’t an excuse for his egregious bill.
Now Cagle wants a shot at the governor’s mansion, but we’re not going to let a public servant willing to abuse public funds worm his way into an office with more access to taxpayer money.
You can take action right now.
>>>Tell Casey Cagle to pay Ga. taxpayers back for his excessive use of chartered flights.
>>>Sign the petition today.