Lockdown sceptic Carol McGiffin says lockdown restrictions have “gone so far now” that it will take “millions of people out on the streets protesting” to send a message to a “disinterested” government over coronavirus.
We’ve heard countless politicians calling again and again for a New World Order, and yet, somehow, there are still people who think that’s a conspiracy theory (i.e. a term created by the CIA to discredit researchers challenging the official narrative). More recently, they are speaking of a so-called Great Reset, and the very same people who talked about it publicly are now saying it is a conspiracy as well. If there are people who still believe them, then I am sorry to say this, but some people are born to be sheep their entire lives, and nothing will ever wake them up — not because there isn’t enough evidence, but because THEY WANT TO REMAIN ASLEEP.
Watch the interview below:
Today, the National Post published a piece in their Canadian Politics section with the factually incorrect headline “More than 800,000 ineligible people received CERB, as a cost of nearly $1.7B, CRA documents reveal.” (UPDATE: NP changed their headline after this piece went viral–see end of post. ANOTHER UPDATE: NP has now deleted the whole article–see end of post) What is worse is that the second paragraph of the story tells you why that headline is factually incorrect. All you need to a soupcon of tax knowledge to know that. If you don’t have that soupcon of tax knowledge then you should interview tax experts before publishing such drivel. The National Post should be embarrassed at how its bias leads to such disgusting errors.
My loyal Dead for Tax Reasons readers always enjoy a good tax take down, so let’s go!
Here is the first paragraph:
“A Conservative MP…
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