May 13, 2021

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Searching for Ontario's Finance Minister Rod Phillips at Pearson airport

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21 thoughts on “Searching for Ontario's Finance Minister Rod Phillips at Pearson airport

  1. God has had enough of his precious gifts of life from Jesus being sacrificed to satan inside the abortion altars. Jesus comes very soon to abort the evil Godless world ❤️✝️🙏

  2. Lol, funny how the narrative in this video is to ground flights and close the border – yet – today’s videos is Sky crying about how it’s illegal for the gov’t to test people coming back into the country 🤷🏻‍♂️ oh yeah, this is rebel media

  3. Everyone should not wear masks and go back to business. If anyone asks, just say "we'll take these restrictions seriously when the rule makers take them seriously".

  4. Cant change anything with the same minds that created it. ALL BS. ALL FRAUD. ALL CORRUPTION. BANKRUTCY OF CANADA AND THE FOREIGN BANKERS NOW OWN AND CONTROL CANADA. WE DONT ALLOW IT.

  5. It is NOT mere hypocrisy. Rod Phillips and all the others KNOW THERE IS NO HEALTH CRISIS. They KNOW IT. WE are meant to live as proles but THEY know it is NOT ABOUT A VIRUS.

  6. The flights are not the issue anymore. Maybe this was a solid argument back in March but not now. I personally wouldn't be afraid to travel or go on vacation myself but can't believe these ignorant hypocritical politicians who try and control us and think they are above it all. The airlines fuel our economy and keep Canadians connected. Weather it's for the gas and oil industry, tourism or many more. I believe we need to support them so we can rebound from this. I've been laid off work since May and would really like to return. These lock downs are turning our country upside down. I hope someone catches Justin red handed laying on a beach in Barbados.

  7. Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he has no plans to ask for the resignation of public officials — including Municipal Affair Minister Tracy Allard — who took vacations in December while Canadians were being told to avoid all non-essential travel due to COVID-19.

    Speaking Friday, Kenney stressed that there is “there is no public health order or legal barrier” barring vacations.

    “I do not believe that I can sanction people who complied with the law, with the public health orders, and who in fact participated in the kind of safe travel that our government has facilitated,” he said.

    “I take responsibility for not having clearly set out or communicated a policy against international travel for senior decision-makers in government. I should have done so but to be blunt, I’m not in the habit of tracking or regulating what the people who work for me do on their personal time.”

    JUST IN: Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he has no plans to sanction gov’t officials who have taken vacations given they travelled “safely.” He believes they acted in good faith, complied with all requirements. He has now issued a directive telling them not to leave the country……

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