Tré Goins-Phillips - Faithwire.com - (Apr 26, 2021)
"...I know we made a mistake. And for that, I'm sorry and I sincerely apologize."
(Canada) — [Faithwire.com] Through tears, Ontario Premier Doug Ford admitted Thursday his government's recently imposed draconian lockdown measures "went too far." (Image: via Faithwire)
"Last Friday, in response to extremely troubling modeling that told us we could see well over 15,000 cases a day, we moved fast to put these measures in place to reduce mobility, but we moved too fast," Ford told reporters. "And I know that some of those measures—especially around enforcement—they went too far." "Simply put, we got it wrong," he said. "We made a mistake. These decisions, they left a lot of people very concerned. In fact, they left a lot of people angry and upset. I know we got it wrong. I know we made a mistake. And for that, I'm sorry and I sincerely apologize." The criticized measures included a ban on outdoor gatherings that involved anyone other than members of one household and a halt to all "non-essential" construction work (effective April 17), as well as capping attendance for all worship services, weddings, and funerals to just 10 people (effective April 19), according to Yahoo! News Canada... Continue reading, and watch the video here. Click Here For More Information...