Saturday, October 15, 2022

Disinformation Caillou: YOU WON'T BELIEVE WHAT HAPPENED NEXT!!!!

Once again, I called it. Here's ex-Rebeler and toilet brush look-alike Keean Bexte, shocked -- SHOCKED, I SAY!! -- that the EA Inquiry might be looking into the actions of (*checks notes*) the people who actually staged a military occupation of downtown Ottawa for three weeks, inflicting devastating economic damage on countless businesses:

He's right -- who could possibly have imagined that the inquiry might, you know, inquire about those folks, right?

But here's the part I predicted: the over-the-top hyperbole. For these pathologically dishonest bullshit peddlers, anything that does not fit their narrative is perpetually shocking, or horrifying, or unbelievable, or outrageous, or nuts or crazy or insane. Someone should advise them that, after a while, people get outrage fatigue and lose interest. Like, you know, five years ago.

Get help, Keean. Professional help.

P.S. Here's Bexte, yet again downplaying the significance of the occupation by dismissing it as just some horn-honking:

If anyone knows where Bexte is staying while in town, well, Canadian Tire has a sale on hand-held air horns. I'm not suggesting anyone do anything like that .. oh, wait, yes, I am.


thwap said...

So this shit-head is astonished that the inquiry into the use of the Act is also looking at the event that the government invoked the Act to confront?

The people Bexte is appealing to must obviously have their limits, but they have astonishing levels of outrage and they should not be underestimated.

I think it helps that they forget whatever they were outraged about yesterday when they hear about a new "outrage."

Anonymous said...

Bexte's a moron. The purpose of the inquiry isn't to hold Trudeau to account, that's parliament's job. The inquiry is mandatory following the use of the EA, and its purpose is set out in the Act itself: to look into "the circumstances that led to the declaration being issued and the measures taken for dealing with the emergency." A competent journalist would look that up for himself instead of looking like a clown.