Catherine McKenna wants to be taken seriously.
But then stuff like this happens:
“@cathmckenna I’m disappointed that you didn’t get my approval before posting – and then deleting – this. It’s meant well but it’s incorrect. We have straws by request (both paper and plastic) for those who need them.”
@cathmckenna I'm disappointed that you didn't get my approval before posting – and then deleting – this. It's meant well but it's incorrect. We have straws by request (both paper and plastic) for those who need them. pic.twitter.com/LsUqeuePTm
— Feline Cafe (@FelineCafe) August 2, 2018
So, Catherine McKenna couldn’t even figure out whether a cafe offers plastic straws, didn’t confirm it, but was so desperate for a ‘climate win’ that she just made stuff up and tweeted it, before having to delete the tweet after being called out by the restaurant.
And yet, even though she couldn’t get that right, McKenna expects Canadians to trust her to implement a massive job-killing carbon tax that impacts literally every part of our economy and will have serious consequences for families and businesses alike?
I don’t think so.
What makes this even more hilarious/absurd is that McKenna was one of the people complaining the most about parody Twitter accounts, yet she just clowned herself far better than any parody account ever could.
This gap between the serious self-image of the Trudeau Liberals and their actual lack of seriousness and competence would be a great joke for all of us to laugh at, except for the fact that they still have real power over our lives.
That’s why we need to defeat them first, and then they can be reduced to the powerless jokes that they should be.
Photo – Twitter