Australian Journalist Georgina Smyth, reporting for CBC News Vancouver in Canada tweeted an ill-received video where she staked out churches, filming worshippers entering.
I counted more than 60 people inside this church in Chilliwack, a bold breach of PHO orders to suspend gatherings due to record high Covid cases. Another church nearby was visited by RCMP. Unfortunately both religious leaders decline to speak with us on camera. @cbcnewsbc pic.twitter.com/076COasRbX
— GeorginaSmyth (@GeorgieSmyth) November 29, 2020
After capturing people on video committing the crime of attending a church service, Smyth weirdly stated that “unfortunately, both religious leaders were unwilling to speak with her on camera.
Yep, nobody in their right mind would speak to a Stasi.
— Guy Squiggs (@GuySquiggs) November 30, 2020
Check out some of the reply Tweets below:
You’re such an asshole. Leave people alone and worry about yourself.
— Maggie Lee (@maggmountains) November 30, 2020
How’s it feel being a literal fascist?
— Craig (@craigsleach) November 30, 2020
Why do you want Christians persecuted?
— Roz al Gulag (@PolitiKurd) November 30, 2020
The Stasi and KGB would be proud of you, jezebel.
— PolishPrince StopTheSteal.us (@s_Bass2) November 30, 2020
You mean “Quisling”.
— Actively Santa-ing (@TerryMaggert) November 30, 2020
— Hilda Baughan (@HildaBaughan) November 30, 2020
— AxeHaft (@AxeHaft) November 30, 2020
You did the Reich thing there
— Scott “Aut cum scuto aut in scuto” (@ScottC20012) November 30, 2020
I can’t quite put my finger on it, but I recall it involving brown shirts.
— DMartyr – Same Name At Parler, Follow Me There! (@DMartyr) November 30, 2020
Well done comrade! Stalin approves of your tactics. pic.twitter.com/9wkFyW8sgO
— Lesa Carroll (@Absolut_Boston) November 30, 2020
The romans wouldve loved this chick
— Ratmicrobus (@ratmicrobus) November 30, 2020
Nice ratio you have here, Karen.
— Hail to the Thief. 在集中营同志见 (@Rogz96) November 30, 2020
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