TORONTO (LifeSiteNews) — Popular Canadian psychologist and cultural commentator Jordan Peterson blasted Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s pre-Christmas message that said people should put COVID “booster” jabs on their “shopping” list.
On December 22, Trudeau had tweeted, “If you’re taking care of some last-minute Christmas shopping this week, here’s something else you can add to your list: a booster. If you’re eligible for one but haven’t gotten it yet, please, do so now. And if you don’t have your first or second dose, now’s the time to get it.”
Peterson, who has had the jabs but has since regretted taking them, made clear he would not be getting a booster. He fired back at Trudeau’s suggesting that a COVID jab should somehow be part of a shopping list.
“Up yours @JustinTrudeau. Seriously. You’d have to kill me first,” tweeted Peterson on Christmas Eve in response to Trudeau’s tweet.
Peterson admitted he made a “stupid” decision to get the COVID jabs because he thought doing so would mean the government would leave him “alone.”
“Look, I got vaccinated and people took me to task for that and I thought, all right, I’ll get the damn vaccine,” Peterson told Dave Rubin in November of 2021, while speaking out against government COVID rules. “Here’s the deal guy, I’ll get the vaccine, you f–king leave me alone. And did that work? No, so stupid me, you know, that’s how I feel about it.”
On December 24, in response to the premier of Québec announcing COVID restrictions, Peterson tweeted, “‘Limiting private gatherings.’ Jesus wept. What have we become?”
After the premier of Québec announced on December 30 that the province would be enacting COVID curfews, Peterson called for civil disobedience.
“Come on Montrealers! Have some courage! Defy these prohibitions,” tweeted Peterson on December 31.
All provincial governments in Canada have helped fuel COVID testing hysteria throughout the offering of free at-home test kids supplied by the federal government.
Nevertheless, the inventor of the mRNA technology used by the vaccines, Dr. Robert Malone, said that it is the vaccinated, not the unvaccinated, who are the “super-spreaders” of the disease.