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Postmedia's John Ivison, the worst person on the internet Ricochet - 2020-04-28

F0.png Postmedia's John Ivison, the worst person on the internet | Ricochet April 28, 2020, Ethan Cox, Opinion, Ricochet

John Ivison broke me this morning. I think he broke a lot of other people too. In a column entitled "Trudeau's lavish handouts risk turning workers into welfare slackers," the boomer hack who specializes in producing rage-bait for Canada's national newspaper chain wrote about his fear that "some workers might prefer to sit on their duffs for the next three months, pocketing $2,000 a month, rather than going back to work when called by their employers."

Today is the National Day of Mourning for workers killed or injured on the job, and here's Ivison saying the quiet part out loud.

People's lives mean nothing, public health advice means nothing. The only thing that matters is leaving workers so desperate they'll accept unsafe working conditions and shit wages, grateful for the largesse.

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{{cite news | first = Ethan | last = Cox | title = Postmedia's John Ivison, the worst person on the internet | Ricochet | url = https://ricochet.media/en/3072/postmedias-john-ivison-the-worst-person-on-the-internet | work = Opinion | publisher = Ricochet | date = April 28, 2020 | accessdate = May 7, 2020 }}