by Roving Reporter, ©2022

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(Feb. 22, 2022) — “I Can See for Miles” (4:05)

“Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to ‘The Pulse of the Nation,’ the place to hear it here first. Today’s guest is a retired NHL player, born and raised in Canada, but we can’t use his name for fear of having his bank account frozen and being labeled some sort of terrorist/insurrectionist for supporting the concept of freedom, such as referenced in the Anthem of Canada. Welcome to the show.”

“Eh? And I thank you for not using my name and letting me wear my goalie mask. Your introduction is right on, I’m afraid. It is true that the words to the old anthem are out of date, especially since ‘Little Weasel-Jellyfish Adolf Trudeau’ joined the Dark Side. No longer can we sing, ‘The True North strong and free!’ And you know what? That’s really sad, but what makes it even worse is that we can no longer sing, ‘God keep our land glorious and free.’ We’re paying for 20 years of welcoming Muslims, is what: closer and closer to Sharia Law for one and all.”

“But there’s more to it than that, right?”

“Of course, but look at the end result. They arrested a God-fearing minister just for speaking the truth and have him in lockdown 23 hours a day. No charges; no trial; reminds me of your fake insurrection.”

“Seems that fascist states stick together.”

“In WWII they were called the Axis powers. I suppose that we can add Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain and any of the others who won’t trash the masks, mandates or ‘Clot Shot’ to the mix.”

“I see that we’ve run out of time, so I would like to thank you for being brave enough to speak your piece. By the way, congratulations on a record-breaking season. And that’ll do it and so, on behalf of our honored guest, I like to wish you all a goodnight: Goodnight.

“Good show. Burger time: my treat.”

Canada’s Anthem” (1:08)

Roving Reporter

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