Ford Insists Nobody Broke Any Rules At That Wedding He Went To Last Month (PHOTO)

"Every single person in that room had a mask."
Ford Insists Nobody Broke Any Rules At That Wedding He Went To Last Month (PHOTO)

On Wednesday, the premier addressed a controversial photo of him at a wedding that has been circulating on social media since late August.

The Doug Ford wedding photo shows him attending politician Stan Cho's nuptials, a seemingly large gathering.

When asked about the event, Doug Ford assured Ontarians that no rules were broken. "That wedding I went to, all the protocols were followed. Every single person in that room had a mask."

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However, in the photo in question, nobody is pictured wearing one.

Ford also assured Ontarians that everyone in attendance had their temperature taken.

The premier has pointed the finger at attendees of large gatherings for spreading COVID-19, even going so far as encouraging Ontarians to snitch on their neighbours for throwing parties.

Just recently, an outbreak at a wedding in Ontario led to 23 cases of the disease.

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