Canadians, if You Aren’t Furious at the Politicians Flagrantly Flouting the COVID Safety Measures They Imposed, You Should be If you haven’t been paying attention to the litany of Canadian politicians (including the Canadian PM himself) violating the very policies they virtue-signal upon us, I’ll list just some of them:
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