OTTAWA – a survey of the dozens of white mainstream media journalists currently writing angry editorials about Jody Wilson Raybould refusing to vacate an office that does not belong to her has revealed that not a single one of them get what’s so ironic about it.
“She thinks she can just keep an area of land that wasn’t legally given to her, no matter how many times the rightful owners demand it back” said Rex Murphy, sincerely unaware what could possibly motivate someone to do something like that.
“What could possibly be so funny?” He demanded as several people began sniggering.
Since the news of Wilson-Raybould’s request to remain in her office was leaked to the press by someone who definitely wasn’t Justin Trudeau, dozens of editorials have been written on what is clearly the most important news story going in right now.
White columnists of all political stripes have come together to declare, without considering the implications, that people must not remain on property that doesn’t belong to them, no matter how much they may like it or wish to remain.
“Even if you thought it was fine to keep it originally, once the issue was pointed out you had a duty to give up your claim,” added The Sun’s Jim Warren, a home owner in Mississauga. “Otherwise you might as well be stealing.”
At press time, the journalists currently reading this still had no idea what we were talking about.