Wednesday, September 22, 2021
When my wife told me that the Prime Minister of Canada got re-elected, I thought she was lying.— Dad Jokes (@Dadsaysjokes) September 21, 2021
The majority complaining it was a waste of money are merely upset the election changed very little. But make no mistake, the #NotMyPM chants are only because you didn’t get the results that you convinced yourself of.— Middle Minded (don’t fall off the edge ) (@BEPC22087964) September 21, 2021
PS It cost roughly $15 per Canadian to determine our direction.
I live in a Province where the Premier straight up lost $1.3 billion on a pipeline. Like poof, gone forever. For me $600 million that employed 200,000+ election officials and allowed Canada to make decisions on what’s next is not a bad deal.— Tony Charron (@manaboutcowtown) September 21, 2021
O’Toole said he met “thousands of people” during this election. When was that, the empty bowling alley, empty dock, empty field, empty gym, ballroom? What nonsense he hid from voters the entire campaign. #Elxn44 #cdnpoli— Steve V (@FarAndWide) September 21, 2021
Well I for one am shocked that showering with his clothes on in an attempt to curry favour with non-voting kids didn't translate to an effective strategy...— Michael Strathmore (@The_Strath) September 21, 2021
This sounds like a problem. https://t.co/Vq9qBD3i2x— Dale Smith (@journo_dale) September 22, 2021
Moving on from the election:
Here's the g*dd*m good news story of the election. Beating that old reprobate CPCer,Diotte. Congrats! pic.twitter.com/26eUX2LJoe— Antifa Larry M. Retzlaff (@Greyseeker) September 21, 2021
It's going to be Conservative groundhog day, @jkenney and @fordnation are going to come out of the holes now that the election is over, if they see their shadows we have 2 more years of incompetence.#abpoli #onpoli— Tsiehta ⚛️💉💉 (@Tsiehta) September 21, 2021
So finally today, Alberta sent a letter to the federal government to ask for help dealing with the Covid crisis in their hospitals. When asked if they had deliberately waited until after the election -- to save Kenney the embarassment of asking Trudeau for help, even though this caused even more misery to Alberta people -- the province perished the thought - it was, they said, just because they didn't know who they should address the letter to. I guess nobody thought of sending it "To Whom It May Concern"?
Alberta: Where the morgues are full but the bars are open.— The Wicked Witch of the Far Left 🌾 (@FarLeftWitch) September 20, 2021
And Saskatchewan premier Scott Moe held a bizarre press conference about this today:
Good God. We couldn’t get emergency help because you couldn’t figure out where to send the letter. Well, if that doesn’t sum up the UCP perfectly. Ffs.— Lloy Williams (@lloy_williams) September 21, 2021
Moe is deeply afraid of the Sask purple people eaters (AKA the Buffalo Party) so I think this statement is a flex to try to impress them with how "tough" he is.— Cathie from Canada 🇨🇦 😷🏳️🌈 (@CathieCanada) September 21, 2021
Here's some random funny stuff:
Wheel of Saskatchewan Misfortune... pic.twitter.com/yBHwtHGr5x— Frank Francoeur 🟠 (@flipkoin2) September 17, 2021
🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣😂🤣🤣🤣😂🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 https://t.co/6PSFyS6eYl— Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) September 21, 2021
Tips on writing pic.twitter.com/iDfksWbMMN— Meanwhile in Canada (@MeanwhileinCana) September 19, 2021
What— Chester Scoville (@ChesterScoville) September 20, 2021
*crumbles into mummy dust* https://t.co/PHpKwCiVsg
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Hi Cathie...That's the best collection of tweets I've seen for a long long time, and they helped brighten up what is a pretty gloomy day. The way the Cons are trying to degrade Justin Trudeau's amazing victory against this country's hate mongers depresses and angers me. But then nothing can change the fact that we won and they lost. And needless to say the day Scott Moe is defeated I'll be dancing in the streets...