Thursday, September 30, 2021


Here's Rebel News' Sheila Gunn Reid, telling people warning of the catastrophic overloading of Alberta's health care system to fuck right off:

On the other hand, here's Gunn Reid sobbing as to how the overloading of Alberta's health care system helped kill her mother:

Pick a lane, dear.


Rebel News' "Alberta Bureau Chief" and ongoing embarrassment to her children Sheila Gunn Reid is livid -- livid, I tell you -- over preventing the unvaccinated from coming to school:


Curiously, Gunn Reid once felt exactly the opposite before her paycheque and griftalicious lifestyle required her to rethink her deeply-held beliefs:

Sheila Gunn Reid: She has principles. And if you don't like them, you can pay her to have others.

BONUS TRACK: I will leave you to ponder the appalling hypocrisy of someone who is doing everything she can to prolong the current pandemic and overload Alberta's health care system, only to turn around and bitch and whine about how an overloaded Alberta health care system helped kill her mother:

The mind reels.

Jesus Christ, the douchebagitude.

Erin O'Toole ... Jordan Peterson .. Post Millennial ... a black hole of crippling stupid:


Rebel News is furious with the lack of compassion for the unvaccinated who die of COVID-10:

Der Rebel has a point ... what level of classless, inhuman assholishness does it take to literally celebrate someone's death, oh, right ...

Never mind then. Carry on.

Yeah, that sounds vaguely familiar.

Just gonna leave this here ...

Thanks for stopping by.

Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Is Canada Revenue Agency turning a blind eye to Rebel News/Democracy Fund violations?

I just received an anonymous note (via ProtonMail) that I will admit I'm having a hard time taking seriously but I'm going to pass it on nonetheless.

Anonymous tipster insists that Canada Revenue Agency is well aware of the questionable fundraising related to Rebel News and The Democracy Fund (based on numerous complaints), but they have been told to look the other way and do nothing.

This sounds more than a little unlikely since there is no apparent reason why CRA would want to do Rebel News any favours, but tipster is adamant that this is what is happening, and this is why Rebel News and TDF have been able to keep up this questionable fundraising for so long and still be able to offer tax receipts.

I'm having trouble believing this but, on the other hand, it would certainly explain so much.

"Strategic litigation," and why "The Democracy Fund" might be in hot water.

Along with all of the other issues related to the sketchy "Democracy Fund" claiming to be able to dispense charitable tax receipts for all that money being shoved into Ezra Levant's "Fight the Fines" campaign, it appears that, legally speaking, TDF might be in a bit of a sticky situation regarding their own advertised mandate. Let me explain.

At the moment, as we all know, TDF is raking in hundreds of thousands of dollars to supply legal representation to -- in Ezra's own words -- thousands of individual defendants who have been fined for one thing or another related to masks and vaccines and whatnot. And all that sounds just ducky except for one thing -- that is most emphatically not part of TDF's mandate. Here, let me reproduce with highlighting precisely what you see when you visit TDF's web page:

Note well the emphasis, not on run-of-the-mill litigation, but on the much more specific strategic litigation. And what is the difference, you ask? I'm glad you asked.

It takes very little Googling to find a basic definition of strategic litigation [emphasis added]:

Strategic litigation, sometimes also called impact litigation, involves selecting and bringing a case to the courtroom with the goal of creating broader changes in society. People who bring strategic litigation want to use the law to leave a lasting mark beyond just winning the matter at hand. This means that strategic litigation cases are as much concerned with the effects that they will have on larger populations and governments as they are with the end result of the cases themselves.

Note well the emphasis on "a case" -- singular -- whose purpose is clearly to set a precedent for a much larger principle, not simply to win an individual case. In case there is any confusion, another definition found online really drives this home [again, emphasis added]:

Strategic litigation is the identification and pursuit of legal cases as part of a strategy to promote human rights. It focuses on an individual case in order to bring about broader social change.

And just so you appreciate what is so special about this type of litigation, here is the difference between strategic litigation and normal legal services [more emphasis]:

It is, however, important to note that strategic litigation is very different from many more traditional ideas of legal services. Traditional legal service organisations offer valuable services to individual clients and work diligently to represent and advise those clients in whatever matters they may bring through the door. But because traditional legal services are client-centred and limited by the resources of the providing organisation, there is often no opportunity to look at cases in the bigger picture. Strategic litigation, on the other hand, is focused on changing policies and broader patterns of behaviour. Because of this, strategic litigation is not designed to provide the best services to the largest number of people possible as traditional legal services would.

Are we good here? Do we now all understand that "strategic litigation" is a very different beast from normal legal services, in that it focuses on a single (or very small number of) cases to act as a precedent for social change? Because that is most emphatically not what is happening with Rebel News' "Fight the Fines" campaign, is it?

No, it's not, given the constant crowing by Ezra Levant and the rest of his smurfettes bragging about how they are currently representing "thousands" of defendants and their trivial, unrelated several-hundred-dollar fines. By Ezra's own admission, all of the donated money is going to represent as many minor defendants as he can sign up -- in the thousands -- which, quite simply, is not even remotely compatible with The Democracy Fund's promised mandate of ...

In short, whatever Ezra Levant and The Democracy Fund are doing when they sign up thousands of individual clients to fight their minor lockdown-related fines, it absolutely does not fall under the aegis of "strategic litigation," and someone should point this out to the CRA.

I'm just suggesting.

P.S. We're not done with The Democracy Fund. Not even close.

Um, no.

Here's the burning stupid ...

... versus someone who is an actual doctor:

I'm glad we had this little chat.

Just how incompetent is Sarah Miller?

Anonymous gadfly raises an interesting question -- just how incompetent is lawyer Sarah Miller when she clearly has no idea what her attention-obsessed client, "Pastor Art" Pawlowski, is even up to?

Recent news coverage seems to suggest that Miller has little idea where her client is these days or what he's up to, and was unable to keep from him being arrested when he returned to Calgary from a whirlwind MAGA tour of the U.S. where he dispensed irresponsible and dangerous coronavirus propaganda.

More to the point, given that Pawlowski's sentencing hearing is yet to happen, one would think that the first thing a lawyer will advise her client to do is to lay low, keep his mouth shut and maybe try to not get publicly arrested for contempt -- something Miller appears to have failed at miserably.

You'd think that, for the duffel bag of cash Miller's being paid, she could do a better job.

Apparently not.

ABOUT "THE DEMOCRACY FUND" ... Yet another anonymous troublemaker raises another point about donations and legal fees and stuff like that, and I will definitely want someone with legal chops to weigh in here.

For months, Der Rebel has insisted that donations for Pastor Art's "legal fees" through The Democracy Fund are eligible for charitable tax receipts. However, read carefully the mandate of TDF here:

To advance and maintain substantive constitutional rights in Canada, through public education and strategic litigation seeking legal remedies for victims of constitutional rights abuses.

OK, so that looks like it covers legal fees but, as I mentioned earlier, it sure doesn't look like it covers expenses for Pastor Art's recent U.S. tour. More interestingly, it's not clear whether it covers either cost awards against Pastor Art, or fines levied against him by the Court.

That is, if Pastor Art continues acting like the contemptuous asshole that he is and keeps running up fines and cost awards, it's not at all clear that The Democracy Fund can cover those while continuing to issue charitable tax receipts (especially when Pastor Art appears to go out of his way to attract those expenses).

Would any lawyers like to weigh in here? If Pawlowski insists on giving both middle fingers to the Court day after day, and incurring fines and cost awards because of that, can The Democracy Fund cover all of that while still dispensing tax receipts?

Lines are open.

OH, MAN, IT JUST GOT BETTER. Check back later. Seriously. The Democracy Fund might have some serious 'splainin' to do to Canada Revenue Agency after all.

It's tough being right about everything all the time ...

... but it's a burden I've come to accept.

Case in point: Back in August, I pointed out that no one with any honesty, decency, integrity, sanity or functioning brain cells was willing to engage in any way with Ezra Levant's Rebel News, meaning the only human-like forms prepared to have anything to do with him were the deluded, the deranged, the intellectually and psychologically crippled, quacks and frauds, the criminally stupid or the just plain criminal. And as if the universe was watching, it gifted me with the most delightful example of just that.

Back in June of this year, Ezra's "Soldiers of Onan" media outlet did a piece on the alleged appalling censorship of medical professionals which included ... well, here, you can read the names for yourself:

My God, where to begin?

Let's start at the beginning where, hilariously, only three days ago, I disemboweled one Dr. Byram Bridle as a total loonbat more than adequately.

Moving on, we find the latest on Dr. Don Welsh, who is also clearly several sandwiches shy of a picnic basket:

And as if the universe did not want me to leave this incomplete, just yesterday, the CBC published the most delicious roasting of the third member of that gang of irresponsible doofuses ...

... in an article featuring prominently phrases such as "incompetent", "disgraceful", "dishonorable" and "Sweet Jesus Mary Mother of God mouth-breathing dumbass fuckwit." (OK, I might be making that last one up.)

In any event, once again, we find every single one of Der Rebel's alleged unimpeachable sources are little more than irresponsible and unprofessional dumbasses.

Exactly as I called it.

OH, THIS IS TOO GOOD: If you scroll down that CBC piece related to Dr. Patrick Phillips' drooling incompetence, you run across a short reference to yet another irresponsible quack:

And you'll never guess who leaped to her defense. Go on, guess. You'll never guess. Oh, all right ...

Are you starting to see a pattern here?

Tuesday, September 28, 2021


(CC News) -- Recently-published book reveals that Donald Trump once called Stephanie Grisham from Air Force One to insist that, despite what porn star Stormy Daniels claimed, his penis was neither small nor shaped like David Menzies. 

Why is Rex Murphy never trending for the right reason?

That's it. That's the post.

What if we replaced the CBC with a can of Folgers Crystals?

Canada: "Christ, CBC, could you find a more useless person to interview than Danielle Smith?"

CBC: "Here's John Bolton ..."

The pure, unadulterated grift that is "Pastor Art" and Rebel News.

The standard definition of grift is something like, "acquiring someone else's property through fraud, deception, dishonesty or misrepresentation," and if you need an example of flat-out, bald-faced grift, look no further than "Pastor" Artur Pawlowski and the ridiculously-choreographed theatre that he and Rebel News' Ezra Levant have honed to a fine art. It is breathtaking. Here, take a walk with me.

Steel yourself and pop over here, where it takes only a few seconds to appreciate the utterly magnificent con game Rebel News and "Pastor Art" are running on the rubes. Yes, Pastor Art is being arrested again, I'm sure for good reason since he is a perpetual lawbreaker, but it takes only a few seconds for the grift to kick in so pay attention.

In preparation for cuffing Pawlowski, the police officer in the clip can be heard clearly giving Pastor Art the instructions, "Put your hands behind your back, away from your back." If you didn't catch that the first time, go back and listen again. The instructions are clear -- "Put your hands behind your back ..."

Naturally, being the carefully-coached drama queen and con man that he is, Pastor Art instead puts his hands behind his head, because he knows he's being filmed and this makes for far more dramatic video. But the contrived theatre gets so much better.

As soon as Pastor Art does this, you can see clearly the officer saying, "No, behind your back, away from ...", at which point the meticulously Ezra Levant-coached Pawlowski takes it to the next level of Kabuki theatre and drops to his knees, screaming that he will do anything as long as the officer does not kill his wife and children. (OK, I might be making that last part up, but really, would it surprise you at this point?)

In any event, the officer is now further caught off-guard by Pawlowski's bizarre behaviour, and tells Pawlowski to stand up, whereupon Pawlowski, knowing precisely the role he is playing for the sake of the camera and all the rancid clickbait to follow, remains resolutely on his knees, because, you know, Ezra Levant.

It's all so precious, the totally contrived drama that Pawlowski is now a part of, playing to the camera and knowing that the subsequent outrage is going to be used for nothing more than frantic fundraising underneath a caption reading something like, "Pastor Art slammed bodily to airport tarmac by police thugs!"

It's all so depressingly predictable.

Did I mention the typical definition of "grift?" Yeah, I think I did.

P.S. Send money.

P.P.S. If you want to know how long Pastor Art and Rebel News have been running this con game, recall that I wrote about exactly this scam way back in May.

Yeah, I'm that good.

AND THE LIES KEEP COMING: Here's Rebel News, insisting it's an absolute mystery why Pastor Art was arrested:

And here's Pastor Art's lawyer, knowing exactly why:

The grift never ends.

BONUS TRACK: It's worth asking how much money has been hoovered up to make a small group of lawyers terrifically rich by defending one person -- just one person. Based on the number of court appearances and relentless fundraising, a back-of-the-napkin calculation suggests that some $400,000-$500,000 has been collected for the sole purpose of rallying around one "Pastor Art" Pawlowski, and for what exactly? What precisely is at stake here? Ah, here we go:

Pause with me to appreciate that what appears to be in the vicinity of a cool half million has been collected and distributed to some lucky lawyers, in order to beat back the potential of ... $17,000 in fines and costs?

Let that sink in. Really, let that sink in.

MY EVIL PLAN: If law enforcement wants to know how to deal with "Pastor" Art's sleazy choreographed drama queenism, let me make a suggestion based on his latest performance. As soon as Pawlowski dropped (unasked) to his knees with his hands behind his head for full dramatic effect, the arresting officer should have said, "Um, OK, not what I asked for but if you want to kneel on the tarmac like that, help yourself ... I have all day. No, no, no, don't lower your hands; you put them there, you keep them there. We'll be right here when you decide to stand up and listen to instructions; until then, you stay right there just like that, and we'll be over here, talking about Cowboys/Eagles. Knock yourself out."

I suspect the level of drama of "Pastor Art" kneeling on the tarmac would be somewhat lessened if the arresting officers are some distance away, clearly not paying any attention and just letting Pawlowski make a total ass of himself until he'd had enough.

And, yes, you can steal that idea.

Monday, September 27, 2021

Who is "Thomas Lambert?"

Recently, the festering, trashy, white nationalist cesspool that is ex-Rebeler Keean Bexte's "media outlet" brought on a new contributor -- one "Thomas Lambert." At this point, more than one source has suggested that that is simply Bexte writing under another name to avoid the inevitable shit storm when he defames someone.

Can anyone confirm one way or the other whether such a human exists? Does this person have a history? Any previous publications? An arrest record? A Shopify page where he sells Nazi memorabilia?

Lines are open.

P.S. Evidence is mounting that there is no such person as "Thomas Lambert," and it is just Bexte, perhaps trying to make his vanity blog seem larger, or perhaps he is just pro-actively trying to avoid legal liability for when he once again does something idiotic and defames someone.

In any event, I simply see no online journalism record for anyone by that name.

Geez, dude ... overreact much?



Oh, wait ... never mind:

Yeah, I'm sure they'll be beating down the UK's door to apply.

So how's that "Brexit" thing working out for you? Well, crap ...

Here, let me translate that offer for you:

"Sure, we destroyed your lives and forced you out of the country, but now it'd be great if you came back and did the jobs so shitty that no one else wants to do them, as long as you fuck off again in three months when we have no further use for you."

Yeah, I'm sure that's going to be a raving success.


Rebel News currently collecting millions of dollars to allegedly defend small businesses, who are suffering -- oh, so suffering -- under pandemic lockdowns, and those poor small businesses, and who's thinking of all those small businesses that are suffering so much?

Also: Rebel News celebrating in-house favourite Chris "Sky" who incited "freedom rally" to storm Eaton Centre and harass small businesses:

P.S. Send money.

THREAD: Go. Read.


Rebel News' Ezra Levant is livid over old lady being given the boot:

Rebel News' Ezra Levant gives a bunch of old ladies the boot:


Postmedia: "55 per cent of Canadians think Justin Trudeau should resign."

Canada: "93 per cent of Canadians think Postmedia should be set on fire, then bulldozed into a large hole." 

Sunday, September 26, 2021


Conservatives who have relentlessly, for the last three years, branded everything unpleasant associated with any branch or level of government with the modifier "Trudeau" -- the Trudeau deficit, Trudeau's mask mandates, Trudeau's state broadcaster, Trudeau's immigrants, Trudeau's Supreme Court, Trudeau's pipeline, Trudeau's carbon tax, Trudeau's bureaucrats, Trudeau's gun regulations, Trudeau's RCMP...

And yet today, Erin O'Toole congratulated the "diplomats" who negotiated the return of the Michaels to Canada. Curiously, these were, apparently, not "Trudeau's" diplomats.

[Stolen shamelessly from early morning commenter. Totally fucking brilliant.]

The utter quackery of Rebel News' Tamara Ugolini.

Recall, if you will, my suggestion that the worthless, untalented hacks at Rebel News somehow manage to ignore and overlook the overwhelming scientific consensus, in favour of the occasional utter fraud and quack they manage to find who is more than willing to spew utter bullshit for the sake of (what else?) fundraising.

Case in point; here is the spectacularly talentless Tamara Ugolini, promoting Rebel's most recent quack, one Dr. Byram Bridle:

I will spare you the pain of a meticulous disemboweling of Dr. Bridle's nonsense, and simply link you to a website that tears him about eight new orifices. Have at it.

So, what's on your mind?

Open thread ... what are you thinking about?

Saturday, September 25, 2021

Calgary lawyer Derek From is a fucking idiot.

That's it. That's the post.

It''s official!

Bowing to The Man and getting a vaccination so you can go to a Leafs game or get an inside booth at Arby's is just like murdering six million Jews.

I had no idea.

P.S. If you think I'm exaggerating about Ezra Levant equating vaccine passports to Nazi Germany, here is an excerpt from an e-mail I got from him related to that post:

So, yes, vaccine passports are exactly like Nazi Germany. I bet you didn't know that.

Now you do.

And remember ... you read it here first.

Only recently, we got a good look at the rancid racism and white nationalism involving ex-Rebeler Lauren Southern climbing into bed (ewwwwwww!) with ex-Rebeler Keean Bexte, in order to ... oh, hell, just read it ...

Curiously, you will now search in vain at White Hood and Burning Cross Central for any trace of that ugliness, which appears to have been a bridge too far even for Bexte's human garbage followers and has been deep-sixed without fanfare or apology.

If anyone knows just what happened there, hey, that's what the comments section is for.

P.S. A delightful comment from a couple posts back that is just so on point, it's frightening:

Interesting sidebar...any reference to the Lauren Southern/Keean Bexte home movie alleging fraud about residential school stories has been removed from Bexte's site. No surprise - ego and imbecility don't generally lead to stable partnerships.

Southern, McInnes, Spencer, Robinson, Loomer, Milo...demonetized, banned, unpublished, and scrambling desperately to convince a new and even dumber generation of haters that they used to matter. I think the saddest video I've seen in years was Ezra's two part interview with Gavin McInnes, just two aging, desperate has-beens grousing about the good old days and the world's failure to recognize their brilliance.

P.P.S. Some of Southern's loyal followers are quite the piece of work:

Irony is dead: Rebel News edition.

Man currently interviewing with Rebel News insists he can spot bullshit when it's being dumped on him:


I got nuthin'.

The journalistic shittiness of Sheila Gunn Reid.

Yes, that's pretty much an evergreen headline, but Rebel News' Sheila Gunn Reid has quite outdone herself in terms of pure shittiness this time. It opens with Gunn Reid quietly changing the headline on a recent story, without notifying her readers of her earlier hideous misrepresentation. But as always with Rebel News' "Alberta Bureau Chief," it just gets worse.

Via the saved version of Gunn Reid's dishonest swill (which you can read here at the Internet's Wayback Machine, which shows the original inaccurate headline), let's dig a bit deeper into Gunn Reid's appalling silliness. As you can see, the claim is that an "ICU manager" (since downgraded to a "former acute care manager") apparently has issues with vaccination mandates. OK, fair enough ... so why don't we examine those alleged issues and see if they have any merit? In other words, let's not just dismiss the regular crap spewed by Gunn Reid -- let's give her the benefit of the doubt, and fairly and objectively analyze the complaints and see where that takes us. Unsurprisingly, it takes us nowhere.

Let's start off with Sheila's tantalizing reference to a "detailed email," which one assumes we will get to analyze to determine the merit (or total lack thereof) of Debbie's whining:

As one can read at the Wayback Machine copy, "Debbie" apparently has extensive experience in health care:

OK, fine, so let's get down to analyzing those issues. Oh, wait, we need to listen to more of Sheila's blathering about Debbie's accomplishments:

OK, we get it already, there is a massive national conspiracy and yadda yadda yadda so, finally, we're going to hear Debbie's grievances, right? Wrong, as Sheila concludes her piece with more conspirizing and the inevitable fundraising:

Um ... what the fuck? That's it? That's all? Would anyone like to suggest what's missing from the above? Anyone? Anyone? Why, yes ... what's missing is the vaunted "detailed email." Which raises the obvious question -- how in the name of David Menzies' arrest record can you go on and on and tediously on about a health care professional's alleged "detailed email" to the powers that be, then not publish a copy of said email!?!?

Seriously, what sort of sad incompetent publishes an entire article about the objections to vaccine mandates contained in a detailed email, then proceeds to not provide that email to the readers? After wasting several minutes of one's life reading that utterly vacuous article, one realizes it could have been so much shorter, as in:

[Rebel News] A health care professional -- whose qualifications I'm not sure about -- is upset with vaccine passports and wrote a detailed email, which I'm not going to show you.

Send money.

There. Doesn't that read better?

You're welcome.


Rebel News is furious -- FURIOUS, I TELL YOU!! -- over the brutal indifference to a poor old lady who just wanted her Chicken McNuggets:

Tune in tomorrow when Rebel's newest headline will read, "Burger King properly denies service to filthy, disrespectful, virus-spewing plague rat Muslim woman who refuses to provide proof of vaccination!"

See how that works?

Friday, September 24, 2021

If GOP congressbimbo Lauren Boebert were any dumber, ...

... she'd be David Menzies:

Don't want the jab? In Ontario, you're pretty much screwed.

Delightfully, the Ontario Human Rights Commission has waded into the idiotic "You can't make me get vaccinated" argument, and their position is delicious. Let's just jump to the good stuff:

In short, yes, you can refuse to get vaccinated, at which point society is quite free to tell you to piss right off.

It's about time.

P.S. Rebel News establishing $5 million fundraiser to fight this in 3 ... 2 ... 1 ...

BONUS TRACK: And Manitoba climbs on board as well:

Man, this just gets better and better.

All those 'Haitian' refugees? They're from Brazil.

Well, this is interesting:

So who's behind this ... oh ...

And now you know.

P.S. Republicans who dismiss the above as ridiculous conspiracy theory and totally far-fetched are the same people who are absolutely convinced that California wildfires were started by a Jewish space laser.

Just throwing that out there.


Having fucked off and tanned on a beach in Cancun for several weeks while Albertans sickened and died:

Alberta Premier and Stephen Harper fart-catcher Jason Kenney insists that investing 20 minutes in agreeing that he is a utterly useless colostomy bag and should resign would be "irresponsible":

Besides ... SQUIRREL!!

Thursday, September 23, 2021

The Chronicles of Twatrick: Interest rate edition.

The latest update regarding my 2010 defamation judgment against Lloydminster's Patrick "Outlaw Tory" Ross is that we are simply waiting for the Court to issue the order related to the recent ruling that allows me to register my judgment in Saskatchewan for the purposes of collection enforcement. But something quite entertaining has been brought to my attention.

Apparently, the Sheriffs are two to three months backlogged regarding collections, so it will be about that long until they begin pounding on Patrick's door. But that's not the entertaining part.

I have been advised that, upon moment of registration of judgment (which should be any day now), the "post-judgment interest rate" that will accrue on the outstanding balance of what Patrick owes me (approximately $115,000) will no longer be the two percent as indicated by the original Ontario judge back in 2010; rather, as the judgment is being registered in Saskatchewan, it will be Saskatchewan's "prescribed rate", which I am told is currently five percent.

What this means is that, as soon as my judgment is registered in Saskatchewan, even if takes a few months for the Sheriffs to get around to Patrick, the amount he owes me will begin growing considerably faster than it did before. In fact, back-of-napkin calculations show that, even if Patrick sits smugly at home celebrating the few months of reprieve he's going to get, what he owes me will be increasing at the rate of about $500 per month.

Even when Patrick "wins," he still takes a massive boot to the joy department. And I'm fine with that.

Rebel's Sheila Gunn Reid, playing fast and loose with the facts again.

I was about to write a moderately scathing piece about the utter bullshit that is Rebel News' Sheila Gunn Reid's latest conspiratorial rubbish, until something very interesting happened. Walk with me a minute.

Only a few minutes ago, in preparation for disemboweling this idiocy, I took the obligatory screenshot, wherein you can see that the spectacularly untalented Gunn Reid trumpets the objection to the vaccine mandate from an "ICU manager." 

This is important since most people would naturally assume that an "ICU manager" would have some experience in an ICU, and therefore be qualified to discuss the subject.

And yet, when I refreshed that page only minutes later, well, lookee here:

With no fanfare whatsoever, Gunn Reid's "ICU manager" was demoted to an "acute care manager", and a "former" one at that. And when I say "with no fanfare," I Wayback Machined that baby here, where you're free to convince yourself that there is absolutely no update or correction that admits that the original headline was massively misleading.

I'm sure you're shocked.

P.S. We're not done here.

The deadly, dumbfuck stupid *ALWAYS* leads back to Rebel News. Seriously.

Given a few of my recent posts, this is so fucking timely, it's almost supernatural. From this CBC news piece, we have a father trying to get his 13-YO daughter vaccinated against the express wishes of his ex-wife, who apparently is an imbecile who has been indoctrinated with total rubbish:

And where would this dangerous misinformation have come from? To no one's surprise, there is always a deranged quack of a doctor who's willing to spew nonsense -- that would be one Dr. Stephen Malthouse:

And here's your skill-testing question: Given the 99.9 per cent of the tens of thousands of doctors who strongly encourage everyone to get vaccinated, who do you think would ignore those tens of thousands of responsible medical professionals and insist on giving a public platform to only those whose advice is as stunningly idiotic and dangerous as humanly possible?

Who would do that, I ask you? Who would be so selective as to always, always, always, always ignore the scientific and medical consensus and always, always, always, always present the opinion of the tiny proportion of utter quacks. Guess. Go on, guess. You'll never guess.

Oh, all right, I'll tell you:

It never fails. Ever.

AND RIGHT ON CUE, Rebel News neanderthal Adam Soos praises the one Calgary City Councillor who voted for more disease and death.