Somehow, a group of people were able to figure out a way to make NFTs more annoying.
Chris Saccoccia, Canada's unofficial anti-mask leader, was recently arrested for threatening to kill politicians across the country. Then things got truly strange.
The bromance between a wealthy anti-masker and the leader of Canada's Republican Party, who once claimed to own the nation's banking system together, has come to a dramatic end.
An anti-mask convoy that was rolling across Canada to fight lockdown restrictions was broken up rather thoroughly by lockdown restrictions.
Instagram confirmed to VICE that they deleted the account belonging to the wealthy son of a property developer who, over the last year, grew to be the face of Canada's anti-lockdown movement.
Shortly after VICE News reached out about Canadian anti-masker groups, Facebook deleted several of them.
The wealthy son of a property developer was fined by police for violating the Quarantine Act shortly before giving a speech at a large anti-mask rally.
Chris Saccoccia, who has been leading anti-mask protests all summer, says the schools will “save the children” from “masks and social distancing and indoctrination.”