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One after another, those who tell “We the Little People of Slavelandia” what to do, what to believe, and how to do it, they, the privileged ones, do as they wish, breaking the rules we must obey. 
Last week, it was revealed that Michel Bissonnette, the executive vice-president of the CBC/Radio-Canada’s French service, took a holiday vacation to Miami, FL, during most of December, despite Canada’s advisory opposed to all non-essential international travel.
“Canadian citizens and permanent residents are advised to avoid all non-essential travel outside of Canada until further notice to limit the spread of COVID-19. The best way to protect yourself, your family and those most at risk of severe illness from COVID-19 in our communities is to choose to stay in Canada,” read the alert released on 14 March 2020.
A spokesperson, i.e., company propagandist shill, spewed out a line of B.S.  that Bissonnette, once in Miami, followed guidelines to the letter and did not visit any retail stores or any restaurants. The company said when he returned to Canada, he quarantined for 14 days. He was in Florida to tend to “business regarding [a] property.”
TRENDPOST: While the “Bigs” do what they wish and get a free ride for doing what they want, in Canada, yesterday, it was reported that a mother from Simcoe, Ontario, was hit with an $880 fine for allegedly breaking the province’s stay-at-home order.
Global News reported that Natasha Kohl said she was simply dropping her children off at her father-in-law’s home for child care while she ran a few errands.
“I think it’s crazy because I did explain to the officer it was my father-in-law who had the kids and he clearly watched me pick up my three kids from the house,” she told Global News.
TRENDPOST: Michel Bissonnette is just the latest high-profile individual who got caught disregarding the guidelines that politicians and the news media continue to sell to the little people. 
It’s hard to narrow our favorite example of so-called VIPs disregarding COVID guidelines. You have Dr. Deborah Birx, who announced she will resign after traveling over the Thanksgiving holiday. Then there is Ontario’s Finance Minister Rod Phillips, who visited St. Bart’s and tried to cover it up by posting a video on social media that made it seem like he was nestled up in Ontario when he was actually on a pure white beach.
Oh, and then there’s Chicago’s Mayor Lori Lightfoot, who ordered the city to lock down but then celebrated in the middle of a crowd after Joe Biden’s presidential victory in November. She responded to criticism by saying, “There are times when we actually do need to have relief and come together, and I felt like that was one of those times. That crowd was gathered whether I was there or not.”
Among the highest of the lowlifes is the U.S.A’s Gavin Newsom, who was the first governor to issue an executive order that locked down California’s 40 million people last March… prohibiting them to even go to the beach. 
Lockdown King Newsom, who has been one of the most outspoken critics of those breaking social-distancing orders and mask-wearing, was seen at a large table with other guests without wearing a mask, eating $400-a-plate meals with other members of the “club” at the posh restaurant French Laundry in Napa Valley. 
A few days later, the head of lockdowns in San Francisco, Mayor London Breed, was also caught chomping down at the French Laundry. 

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