Alberta Premier fires all lockdown fanatics and those responsible for strict Corona measures in health services.
Published on 21.11.2022
The new Prime Minister of the Canadian province of Alberta is cleaning up the health service of the Canadian province. It removes containment fanatics and those responsible for strict Corona measures. Danielle Smith becomes a brilliant political role model for the world.
The new premier of the Canadian province of Alberta is cleaning up the health service of the Canadian province. It eliminates lockdown fanatics and those responsible for strict Corona measures. Danielle Smith becomes a brilliant political model for the world.
Alberta Conservative Premier Danielle Smith is seen as a vocal critic of the totally excessive Corona measures taken by the Canadian authorities. In recent weeks, she has already made it clear that under her leadership there will be no vaccination mandates in her province, nor any discrimination related to Covid-19. The partnership between the province’s health department and the World Economic Forum (WEF) is also problematic.
But now Smith takes it a step further by walking the talk: First, the conservative politician fired Dr Deena Hinshaw who, as the province’s Chief Medical Officer, was in favor of lockdowns and strict Corona measures. She then fired the entire board of directors of Alberta Health Services (AHS), which had overseen and supported the enforcement of the Covid regime in the province. Along with Alberta Health Minister Jason Copping, Smith made the announcement in Calgary, the province’s capital.
“Albertans want AHS to be accountable and they want to know that a world-class health care system and a high standard of care is available when they need it,” Smith said. “We need a healthcare system that meets our growing needs and we need to take steps to improve access. And today we are taking steps to do just that.” Indeed, before Covid-19, the health system was already facing problems of overload and high waiting times. This situation has further worsened in recent years as extreme measures have been introduced. “Across our healthcare system, patients are waiting too long, despite the excellent work of doctors, nurses, paramedics and other frontline staff. We need more urgent action to improve access,” Smith said.
It is therefore also clear that Alberta will play a leading role in the Canadian freedom movement, which opposes all such coercive measures. Most importantly, under Premier Smith’s leadership, Alberta could serve as a model for many other national and regional governments, like the US state of Florida led by Governor DeSantis.
Danielle Smith’s background:
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Danielle Smith is a Canadian columnist, radio personality, talk show host and politician, originally from Calgary. She attended the University of Calgary, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in English and economics. Around this time, Ms. Smith became involved in federal and provincial conservatism, and became president of the campus PC club. She also successfully ran for the board, a position she held for a year. After university, Ms. Smith became a columnist for the Calgary Herald. She then succeeded Charles Adler as host of the national current affairs talk show, Global Sunday, and hosted two radio shows focusing on health policy and property rights. In 2008, Ms Smith left the PC party, under the spotlight, to join the Wildrose Alliance. In the space of a year, through several elections, she saw the party’s support base quadruple. In 2014, Ms Smith rejoined the provincial Conservative Party, citing that the new leadership had managed to find common ground, paying particular attention to economic views. Due to this controversy, she was unable to win the following election and chose to host the radio show CHQR, which she later left, as well as Twitter, in response to trolling. shameless on the internet. In May 2022, it was announced that Ms Smith would run for the leadership of the United Conservative Party of Alberta, following the resignation of Jason Kenney. On October 6, with 53% of the vote, she was sworn in as Prime Minister.