A candidate from the Conservative Party of Quebec takes up ideas with conspiratorial undertones, ruling that COVID is a “plandemic” and the Marburg virus a scheme by the WHO to sell vaccines.
These positions were published last January by Jessica-Victoria Dubuc, PCQ candidate in Saint-Jérôme, on her personal Facebook page.
“Awakened brothers and sisters in my FB community, as you no doubt know, the PLANDeMie KVID (SIC) is nearing its end…! Don’t get too excited, this is just the continuation of their satanic plan,” she wrote, before supporting that the World Health Organization and Bill Gates were in the process of organizing a second pandemic “under the guise of the MARBURG virus (SIC). “. “.
“Stop shying away (SIC) about the love of GOD (SIC) and learn from the next organized pandemic! I’ll circulate a video about it,” we could read throughout the rest of the publication.
“We are at WAR (SIC) and the elite are ready to win at any cost!” concluded Jessica-Victoria Dubuc, a social worker at a private clinic.
Shared again then deleted
That post was dated January 13, but the Conservative candidate shared it again on July 18 in response to an article on the TVA website about the first confirmed cases of Marburg virus.
Jessica-Victoria Dubuc adjusted her share with one comment, “Oh! Look how I’m a ”savvy conspirator”! MARBURG (SIC) propaganda started”.
Both of those messages have since been deleted from the PCQ candidate’s personal Facebook page.
In a message published on March 30, she praises people she believes have been unfairly treated as conspirators.
“One day you will realize that the people you mocked and called conspirators were really just friends and family who loved you enough to tell you the truth,” Jessica-Victoria Dubuc wrote.
On February 9, she expressed her pride in participating in the “Freedom Convoy” with the following words: “I am proud to be part of the RESISTANCE (SIC) and to contribute to the REVOLUTION (SIC)”.
“Awkwardness,” according to the PCQ
Asked about Jessica Victoria-Dubuc’s messages, Éric Duhaime’s Conservative Party said it “does not share the positions of its candidate”.
“Such statements are unacceptable and have not been previously checked by the moderators of the party. We let our candidate express themselves freely on social media, but she clearly showed clumsiness,” said PCQ spokesman Cédric Lapointe.
“Furthermore, this incident happened before he was nominated,” he added.