Premier Scott Moe projected to pass roadside breathalyzer test - The Beaverton

Premier Scott Moe projected to pass roadside breathalyzer test

REGINA – The Beaverton is projecting that will pass his roadside breathalyzer test making him the next premier of Saskatchewan.

RCMP who pulled over the Sask Party Leader recorded a 0.07 blood alcohol level after the incumbent premier drank some water and chewed gum.

As a result, Moe will forgo a criminal charge and form a strong majority government.

Meanwhile, national media announced this will be the last the rest of the country will be hearing about Saskatchewan politics for the next four years.