Disinformation conspiracy theorist hate-speech spreader Justin Trudeau challenged in Parliament; Government's inquiry gauging the mood of Canadians revealed.
"I use Canadian-made reinforced tin foil!" PM angrily retorts
There was a heated exchange between the Opposition by Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau yesterday.
The member across the aisle, in his tin foil hat, wants lower taxes, more free speech, and for Canadians to be left alone to decide for themselves their own destiny. For as long as I am leader, I can promise you Mr. Speaker I WILL NOT LEAVE CANADIANS ALONE,” stormed the Prime Minister.
This led Poilievre to respond, “At least my tin foil is useful in the smoker., Mr. Speaker. My brisket is bigger than the Prime Minister’s.”
“I use Canadian-made reinforced tin foil! Alcan! See? None of those cheap Chin…I mean, grocery store knock-offs. I proudly wear Canadian tin foil because that’s what we Canadians do!” he angrily retorted. Just as he sat back down he got back up quickly and added, “Oh and we will always stand up for the middle class, minorities, yada, yada yada”.
Within minutes the PM stormed out and was on a private jet to an undisclosed tropical island. Live footage recording parts of the flight was leaked showing Trudeau parading in his socks and chanting, “Look at me! I am the Tin Foil Lizard King! I wear my mask to pee!”
The Prime Minister did not appear to be inebriated.
In 2022, the government commissioned a team to examine and gauge the overall general mood and sentiment of Canadians.
“Rather than publish a report no one will read, we decided to put in art what Canadians revealed in our survey,” team leader Scott Dink said.
In reviewing the responses from Canadians, the team’s artists then attempted to visualize them.
“I was surprised. I was expecting something more along the lines of Anne Murray or The Littlest Hobo. Instead, we got something really unexpected,” Dink said. “It’s haunting, to be frank.”
The visual sparked criticisms from Canadian literary and art critics.
“This is not art. It’s defamatory and unflattering to an obediently benign and lovely people,” thundered Jeff Hehoolikbum from the CBC.
“When did low-brow American artists take over Canadian art?” asked a Quebec nationalist.
Not everyone was as critical.
“I dunno, I kinda like it. It’s got soul. You know?” read a comment in a newspaper.