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First World Leader Apologizes To The Unvaccinated

A video is trending right now on Twitter under the caption:  “First Major World Politician Apologizes To the Unvaccinated: ‘You Were Right, We Were Wrong’”

Of course, any post like that is going to catch my attention, and also cause me to verify if it is true and real.

Let’s jump right to the answer: Yes, it’s real, but it’s from 2022.

Still, it’s a stunning video and I hadn’t seen it before.

Watch here:

First Major World Politician Apologizes To the Unvaccinated: ‘You Were Right, We Were Wrong’

Danielle Smith, the premier of Alberta, Canada, is the first major elected politician in the world to issue a heartfelt apology to the unvaccinated for crimes perpetrated against their human rights by the government during Covid lockdowns.

“I can apologize right now. I’m deeply sorry,” she said, “for anyone who was inappropriately subjected to discrimination as a result of their vaccine status, I’m deeply sorry. For any government employee that was fired from their job, because of their vaccine status, and I welcome them back if they want to come back.”


Different video but same topic here:

The video is actually from 2022, and what is most hilarious about the whole thing is no sooner did she get done apologizing to the unvaccinated for how they were treated but then she had to apologize AGAIN because a whole new group of people got offended!

Hilarious….and sad.

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Here’s what GlobalNews reported in 2022:

On Wednesday, Alberta premier Danielle Smith released a statement regarding comments she made a day earlier about people who chose not to be vaccinated being “the most discriminated against group that I’ve ever witnessed in my lifetime.”

The comment garnered widespread criticism online and from other political figures in Canada.

In a statement issued just before noon on Wednesday, Smith addressed the concerns, but didn’t back down from her comments.

“Yesterday, I made comments regarding the discrimination unvaccinated individuals have suffered through over during the past two years. My intention was to underline the mistreatment of individuals who chose not to be vaccinated and were punished by not being able to work, travel or, in some cases, see loved ones.

“I want to be clear that I did not intend to trivialize in any way the discrimination faced by minority communities and other persecuted groups both here in Canada and around the world or to create any false equivalencies to the terrible historical discrimination and persecution suffered by so many minority groups over the last decades and centuries.

“We need to actively work together as Albertans and Canadians to end all discrimination against all minority communities,” Smith said.

“I am committed to listening, learning and addressing the issues affecting minority communities. Over the next few days, my office will be reaching out to set up meetings with minority community stakeholders so I can better understand the different concerns of their individual communities,” the statement concluded.

In an interview with CFAX Radio in Victoria, B.C. Premier John Horgan called Smith’s comments “laughable.”

“We, collectively, not just British Columbians and Canadians, but the global community has just gone through an unprecedented time, nothing like this in over 100 years, going back to the Spanish influenza. And, on top of that, we have a toxic drug supply that’s killing our brothers and sisters, our friends and our neighbours. At the same time, we’re running out of people to provide the services,” Horgan said.

“These are critical times and for the incoming premier to focus on a sliver of the population who chose not to get vaccinated when there’s all these other challenges seems shortsighted to me.”

He also said he disagrees with Smith.

“I believe the vast majority of Canadians understood that we had a collective responsibly.”

Alberta Health data shows more than 82 per cent of the province’s total population has received a first dose of COVID-19 vaccine and nearly 78 per cent of the population has two doses.

Duane Bratt, a political scientist at Mount Royal University in Calgary, said Smith’s comment would be laughable if she weren’t the premier.

“This shows what drove her campaign and who her supporters are,” he said.

Bratt said Smith’s comment is offensive because there has been a lot of discrimination in the past 50-plus years.

“We still had forced sterilization. We had residential schools up until the 1990s,” he said. “We didn’t have gay marriage until (2005).”

Bratt said race, religion, sexual orientation and disabilities are not choices.

“Those are things that you have and that’s why we don’t allow discrimination based on that,” he said. “Deciding not to be vaccinated is a choice that people make.”

2SLGBTQ+ advocate Kristopher Wells said Smith’s remarks on Tuesday were disappointing.

“They were uninformed and what many considered to be disingenuous and trivialize the history of discrimination and the lived experiences of many minority communities here in Alberta.”

Wells is associate professor and Canada Research Chair for the public understanding of sexual and gender minority youth at MacEwan University.

I just have one question….

What the hell is a 2SLGBTQ+?

These damn Canadians have more letters in their alphabet soup than we do?

What does 2S stand for?

I think I know the others…..

Don’t Google it, but comment below what you think 2S might stand for in the alphabet soup psychosis.

Best guess wins absolutely nothing!


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