The students have learned
Not getting incentives

No rules for the political elite

Prime Minister Zoolander doesn't even attempt to follow the law:

As Trudeau was taking questions though, he was asked about breaking Ontario’s indoor gathering restrictions.

“Are you breaking the spirit if not the letter of the law to hold a party event and lecture the premier of Ontario on vaccine passports?” Trudeau was asked by CBC reporter Raffy Boudjikanian.

Trudeau didn’t even attempt to answer the question, instead speaking about the important choice Canadians are facing and the work the Liberal government has undertaken during the pandemic.

Of course.

Ontario’s ongoing restrictions cap restaurants at 50% capacity with the caveat that social distancing must be maintained. Private indoor events are capped at 25 people.

Trudeau’s campaign event was private and held inside a restaurant with more than 25 people and no social distancing. Reporters, supporters, tech crews and campaign workers were jammed into the location and not everyone was comfortable.

Rules are for the little people! Zoolander and his cronies are exempt. Goes to show how serious this pandemic is and liberals care deeply about not killing grandma. Now, put on your face diaper and bend over for the nth jab!


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