What’s more important to the Mounties? Policing — or driving Teslas?

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On Friday’s episode of The Ezra Levant Show, Ezra discussed a recent press release stating that the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) will be transitioning to using electric vehicles. The release stated that the RCMP was “driving change” by shifting its duty-fleet to zero emissions vehicles where possible.  “Driving change. I thought their job was arresting bad guys, upholding the law,” remarked Ezra.

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18 COMMENTS

  1. Why don't the RCMP start by learning how to lock up their gun, stop leaving them in bathrooms and losing all of their guns. Or are they selling them and just telling their higher ups that they just lost them.

  2. They are just following orders, if information is to be believed we are being forced into a social economic change. If something was good and beneficial to society you would never have to force it as citizens would back it. How much maoism do we tolerate before they start rounding us up and we are too late to do anything?

  3. I remember the RCMP's centennial in 1973; it was a big national celebration. Last year marked their 150th anniversary, but it passed unnoticed. There was no celebration; I wonder why. 😉

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