Later resurfaces with all tweets deleted.
As I reported earlier, Liberal MP Iqra Khalid was complaining about parody accounts, one parodying her and the other parodying Ahmed Hussen.
Now, it seems those complaints have once again resulted in a parody account being shut down.
The account – which Khalid complained about claiming it made negative references to her religion and other comments – was shut down, and then later resurfaced with all of its tweets deleted.
As noted by the CP, “The Khalid account counted more than 1,000 followers, although at least 50 of them were other parody accounts. She said these kinds of accounts won’t keep her from doing her work as an MP. “This isn’t going to slow me down.”‘
Of course, it would be pretty crazy if an MPs work was ‘slowed down’ by a parody account, considering the fact that the government is supposed be focused on, you know, actually governing the country, rather than trying to police parody accounts.
The amount of effort and attention shown by the Trudeau Liberals to parody accounts, combined with their efforts (through things like M-103) to move towards stifling free expression, and their demonizing of Patriotic Canadians (like Ahmed Hussen calling Lisa MacLeod “Un-Canadian”), all show the increasingly authoritarian nature of the Trudeau government.
It’s a trend that is a serious threat to all we value as Canadians.
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