Conservative MP Dean Allison advanced a Bill meant to protect Canadians from being shut out from work and travel due to COVID-related vaccine mandates.
Bill C-278, an Act to prevent the imposition by the federal government of vaccination mandates for employment and travel, went to second reading on Tuesday.
“This enactment amends the financial administration act to advise that the Treasury Board may not require as a condition of employment in the federal public administration that a person receive a vaccine against COVID 19,” the Bill reads.
While some may question the Bill’s timing, seeing that COVID is long over, some unvaccinated Canadians are still unable to work.
Allison slams Trudeau for his treatment of the unvaccinated
Allison really layed into the Prime Minister for the way he treated unvaccinated Canadians, mentioning how antagonistic Trudeau was towards those who chose not to get the jabs.
“They were shut out of their churches, they were banned from traveling, banned from seeing their loved ones, and fired from their jobs,” Allison said.
He added, “Some Canadians were stripped of their employment and insurance benefits.”
Allison criticized Trudeau for calling unvaccinated individuals racists and extremists who take up space.
He also said Trudeau used unvaccinated individuals by shaming them for his attempted political benefit, by leveraging the division he created to try and win a majority government..
Allison also took at swing at the CBC for their fake news articles about the Freedom Convoy
Before he was finished, Allison ragged on the CBC for their role in Freedom Convoy-related fake news articles.
He concluded by saying Canadians should never be treated “with such disdain by their government ever again.”
This Bill was advanced just a day after dejected People’s Party of Canada voters woke up to their party leader getting blown out in a by-election.