Canada’s video has Mrs Claus promoting vaccination and masking

America’s neighbors to the north have published a cringeworthy Video is aimed at children, in which Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer, Theresa Tam, speaks to a woman who plays the character of Mrs. Claus.

Tam says she makes her “annual call…for the Christmas health check” — she’s greeted by Mrs. Claus, who explains that “Santa was late for snow yoga” and that the big man “says that it’s great.” Sledging training.”

“We are both up to date with our vaccinations, including COVID boosters and flu shots,” says Mrs. Claus.

After saying that she is instructing Santa to “make a list” and double-check it, the woman pulls out a scroll to read the list, which includes: keeping up to date on vaccinations, a mask use in crowded indoor areas and wash hands.

“Parents and carers, I had a great chat with Mrs Claus about things we can do to make this holiday season happy and healthy. Here is the news from the #North Pole”, a tweet with the video on the @CPHO_Canada account.

People on social media died down.

“scary freaks”, tweeted Rebel News editor Ezra Levant.

“The fact that this video was aimed at parents and carers but was designed as a first grader video is offensive, infantilizing and totally indicative of how this government views Canadians. #FundedByYourTaxDollars.” tweeted Canada Conservative Party Communications Director Sarah Fischer.

“Does anyone else here feel that our country has been taken over by escaped psychiatric patients?” someone else noticed.

“The propaganda is strong with this,” another person tweeted. Canada’s video has Mrs Claus promoting vaccination and masking

Laura Coffey

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