Alberta Premier Danielle Smith has made headlines by becoming the first government official in the world to issue an official apology to the unvaccinated. Not only did she publicly apologize to the unvaccinated during a live, televised event, but she also promised that she has her staff looking at providing a full amnesty to everyone who was fired over their vaccine status in her province of Canada.
We know it’s going to be controversial to point this out, but Smith says that the discrimination that was leveled against the unvaccinated was the worst she’d seen in her lifetime. And it’s even worse than that.
The discrimination that unvaccinated people faced during the pandemic was actually worse than what black Americans faced in the Jim Crow South during the Civil Rights era. Sorry if that offends anyone, but it’s TRUE.
As Jimmy Dore points out, at least blacks had their own separate drinking fountains, washrooms and other public facilities. The unvaccinated were discriminated against so badly that they were told they’d never be able to go to a restaurant or a movie theater again, and that they couldn’t have jobs. That actually happened.
Here’s a video of Jimmy Dore analyzing the Alberta Premier’s apology to the unvaccinated, and reminding everyone that the discrimination against the unvaccinated really was the nastiest thing that’s happened in the past 70 years or so…