Advice to Kenney's cabinet: curb your enthusiasms, one conspiracy theory at a time

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July 18, 2019

Advice to Kenney's cabinet: curb your enthusiasms, one conspiracy theory at a time

If the UCP doubles down and announces another inquiry, this time into foreign pharma funding of propaganda to sell Naloxone kits, we'll know they've gone over the edge.

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