When she was campaigning to be the new premier, Danielle Smith had promised to do so. Today, Selene asked her when she’d actually do so.
And Premier Smith’s reply was amazing.
“I can apologize right now. I’m deeply sorry,” she said. She proceeded to give a heartfelt apology “for anyone who was inappropriately subjected to discrimination as a result of their vaccine status, I’m deeply sorry. For any government employee that was fired from their job, because of their vaccine status, and I welcome them back if they want to come back.”
Even more amazing than the heartfelt apology, Premier Smith said she was seriously considering granting a legal amnesty to any Albertans charged with lockdown offences — as in, dropping all the charges! This is very exciting. Alberta is now the first jurisdiction in Canada — perhaps even in the world — to apologize to its unvaccinated citizens for discriminating against them.
A great question by our intrepid reporter — and a great answer by the new premier. And you know it’s the kind of question that only Rebel News would ask! Congratulations to Selene Galas, for asking such an important question — and getting a huge news scoop — as opposed to the same left-wing gossip that the CBC obsesses over.
Let’s show Premier Danielle Smith that her apology is well-received and that her idea of lockdown amnesty is a great one — please sign our petition at www.LockdownAmnesty.com, and we’ll personally deliver it to her office. We have 16,000 signatures already — let’s aim for 20,000!