These idiots were actually trying to get COVID-19, under the impression that they would be released early for health reasons.
Thirty of them have contracted the virus, but they are all still locked in prison, sweating in their cell beds.
So their scam only worked halfway.
Closer to home, an unidentified 55-year-old man from Chatham was charged with obstruction of justice after informing police that his wife, who allegedly drove in a parked car and then blew out loud enough to receive a warning, had been diagnosed with COVID-19.
As a result, the two police officers investigating the accident were immediately removed from their duties and sent back home for 14 days of isolation, their cruise vehicle and their uniforms (belts, badges, pockets, handcuffs, pistols) were taken out. to be steamed, cleaned and disinfected, and two portable radios have been permanently removed from active service due to the likelihood of contamination.
However, when he went out during the handwashing, it was all a hoax, an alleged attempt by the man to ask the police to downgrade his wife’s car accident and have them skedaddle .
There was no COVID-19, but the Chatham-Kent police service was very expensive.
On March 16, when only 100 Americans had died to date from COVID-19, former Texas congressman Ron Paul wrote a newspaper article stating categorically that the coronavirus was a hoax, and accused the Democrats to be behind the masquerade to hang more power and authority.
Then, an American senator became the first member of Washington’s political community to attack the virus.
It is the son of former Congressman Rand Paul who may be giving proof of the pudding of a father’s sins visited on the son.
In the category of stupid things done. A car was spotted on a highway with writing spread out in white paint on its rear window that said, “Viruses do not exist. 5G = dead. The car’s license plate read “SCIENCE”.
Apparently, 5G towers suck our brains dry. In Canada, it is Trudeau’s Liberal indecisiveness on Huawei’s 5G technology and hidden spyware that is testing Canadians’s dry patience.
Elsewhere, a photo was taken of the beer aisle of a large American grocery store showing the exhaustion of all the beer stock, except one where at least 50 cases of the brand remained intact
It was Corona. But of course it was.
In another store, in the bulk food aisle, every grain imaginable has been sold. Adzuki beans, small red beans, small lima beans, cannellini beans, large northern beans … you name it.
Always full to the brim: Corona beans.
A mask that has been tried but doesn’t work? A cheap plastic Santa Claus mask does not block the course of the virus. There is also no snorkel and snorkel goggles, which a young woman from a Walmart pay line was photographed wearing.
Ditto with mosquito masks. Not good.
There was also a sign warning consumers not to pop bubble wrap in their purchases as these bubbles contain Chinese air.
What was not answered satisfactorily, however, was the thought of the group of Canadians who bought and hoarded such large quantities of toilet paper at the start of the pandemic.
One answer is that it is FOMO, the “fear of missing out”, which is apparently a modern expression of the herd mentality.
A herd of what? Sheep? Liberals?
They are probably Liberals.