"You wake up queasy from your 14th booster jab taken yesterday."
People's Party of Canada (PPC) leader Maxime Bernier has shared what he thinks Canada could look like in the year 2030, and it involves microwaving bugs and getting multiple booster vaccines.
In a tweet on November 5, the party leader described a scenario set nine years from now before asking his followers, "Is this the future you want?"
Bernier's future prediction begins, "It's 2030. You wake up queasy from your 14th booster jab taken yesterday."
It's 2030. You wake up queasy\u00a0from your 14th booster jab taken yesterday. You pop your meal bar made from bugs into the microwave. It\u2019s freezing in your government-supplied apartment because of electricity shortages. You own nothing. \n\nIs this the future you want?— Maxime Bernier (@Maxime Bernier) 1636133683
It goes on, "You pop your meal bar made from bugs into the microwave."
The imaginary scenario goes from bad to worse, as Bernier says, "It's freezing in your government-supplied apartment because of electricity shortages. You own nothing." Yikes!
The PPC leader concluded by asking his 160,000 followers if that was the future they wanted, before re-sharing the tweet in French.
A week earlier, he told his social media followers that he had travelled to Florida despite not being fully vaccinated against COVID-19. He didn't address whether he would be quarantining upon his return to Canada and did not confirm the reason for his visit to the United States.
In September, during Canada's federal election, he called Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a "fascist psychopath" for calling out anti-vaxxers at a campaign stop.
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