Canada’s Communist-Sympathizing Public Health Officer, Theresa Tam, Is Overseeing The COVID-19 Response

But Why Should Anyone Listen?

Public confidence in Canada’s federal government has waned following the election of Justin Trudeau in November of 2015. Since that time, Canadians have witnessed the erosion of their constitutional rights, deterioration of economic conditions, and most recently, a call to confiscate some 1,500 “assault-style” firearms, bypassing parliamentary proceedings entirely.

Trudeau’s Liberal Party has recently assigned Theresa Tam as Public Health Officer, overseeing the government’s response to COVID-19 and the deployment of quarantine measures. Tam has already vocally-endorsed the possibility of government-mandated bracelets in order to permit/deny travel as a containment measure and increase contact tracing of the coronavirus outbreak.

“So, of course, we owe it to everyone to not put Canadians at risk, and to do all we can to stop the spread of COVID-19 right now,” says Tam of her containment methods. Recommended prescription also includes “practice social distancing, self-isolation, hand hygiene.”

Tam downplays Chinese origins of the coronavirus, instead attempting to silence those who link the virus to China, and Chinese in Canada, by warning Canadians to that such accusations are “racist” and “divisive”, claiming that our country is built on “deep-rooted” values of diversity – despite that fact that the demographic character of Canada was 97% European in as recent as 1971.

Rumours are swirling that Canada’s Public Health Officer, Theresa Tam, is a Chinese Communist Party loyalist.

Other political candidates in Canada, such as leadership candidates of the official opposition Conservative Party, have faced calls to be removed from running simply for questioning whether Tam ‘works “for Canada” or “for China”‘.

Tam is also contracted by the World Health Organization, an outfit which claims access to abortion is a human right and promotes mandatory transgender education among K-12 students. Their website lists Tam as “an international expert on a number of World Health Organization committees” which includes SARS, pandemic influenza and polio eradication. Other than this, information about Canada’s newest Public Health Officer remains suspiciously scarce.

Backed by a media industrial complex that is increasingly hostile to anything conservative, nationalistic, or traditionalist, critics of Tam’s loyalty and intentions are consistently lambasted and have their employment status jeopardized.

It seems we may now have a media apparatus in Canada where anyone who questions the official government-approved line of thinking is labelled as a “conspiracy theorist” and has their employment and reputation attacked.

With federally-sanctioned political parties not being permitted to assemble publicly and communicate their policies to voters during the recent 43rd general election, many Canadians are now wondering if relying on a democratic reform of their government is even realistic to begin with.

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Travis Patron

Leader of the Canadian Nationalist Party