55 Crazy and Absurd Moments of 2021
Shôn Ellerton, December 31, 2021
Following on from last year, here are 55 crazy, absurd, hilarious, shocking, ridiculous, or inspiring moments of 2021.
It seems each year is getting sillier and more absurd, so I took the opportunity to collect another fifty-five moments which captured my attention.
I may not have substantiated all the stories and, no doubt, many headlines have exaggerated the story, but it can’t all have been made up.
Please note that some links, particularly those of video, may change or get deleted without warning.
1. The mayor of Chicago, Lori Lightfoot, will only interview people of colour
Yes, she’s back! Last year, I featured her for 2020’s silly moments when she took it on herself to get a haircut during a lockdown to look good for the people. This year, she goes all absurd by remarking that she will only give interviews to people of colour.
2. Democrat representative decides to be inclusive and add ‘AWOMEN’ after ‘AMEN’
I didn’t know such stupidity could possibly exist in political circles but clearly it did when House of Representatives Democrat Emanuel Cleaver demonstrated his commitment to inclusivity by crowning his speech in glory with ‘Amen and Awomen’.
3. US Treasury Secretary negotiates a pact to mandate a global New Order tax
I thought this was some kind of joke when I read that Janet Yellen, the US Treasury Secretary negotiated a pact with 135 other nations to implement a global New Order tax of 15%. Yeah, that’s going to work. Haven’t heard anything about it since. Wonder why.
4. Georgia’s new election law prohibits giving food and water to voters in line
The title of the news item is absurd, but this needs a little context. OK. It was a hot day and people were sweltering waiting in line to vote. CNN, awash in all its wisdom, decided to make it sound like voters were being denied food and water in line. Now this is what really happened. A Republican governor, Brian Kemp, signed an order to stop those canvassing for votes with people waiting in line. This, of course, attracted the ire of CNN. But this is the problem. Many of these canvassers were enticing them with a refreshing bottle of water to get votes. Do you really think someone’s just going to give a bottle of water unconditionally as a gesture of goodwill?
5. The Brittany King / Bret Weinstein Interview on BLM
The year of 2020 was the year that speaking against BLM or not taking the knee would cast you into the pits of Hell as a nasty and horrible white supremacist racist. Brittany King, who used to be one of BLM’s leaders, left in disgust when the movement swerved from its original principles of trying to help people of colour to a new Marxist movement intent on destroying the fabric of American society. During 2021, she had a very interesting and civil interview with Bret Weinstein, who last year was very outspoken on Antifa and BLM activities which took place during the many weeks of rioting that took place in Portland, Oregon.
6. United Airlines wants 50% of its pilots to be women
I expect that United Airlines worked very hard with coming up with this ‘brilliant’ idea of meeting the target of reaching fifty percent of its pilots being women by 2030. Perhaps they should work harder on their customer service and hire the best possible pilots regardless of sex. In any case, I’m sure if this target did reach fifty percent, I can bet your grandfather’s false teeth that most of the ‘prestige’ positions like captains of intercontinental long-haul flights will be mostly men.
7. The Afghanistan debacle
The shotgun decision by the United States to pull out of Afghanistan leaving its Allies to deal with a world of mess is, perhaps, the single-most egregious action I’ve seen the US take in my living memory. For starters, many tens of thousands of people, particularly women, have been thrown under the bus with the Taliban in control, throwing the nation into a dark misogynist world of a totalitarian theocracy. As for the weaponry left behind, as much as the left-wing mainstream media try to downplay this, there’s enough for the Taliban to play around to make its neighbours decidedly nervous. Yet, we don’t hear much about Afghanistan anymore as it’s probably considered to be non-news not worthy of attention. The absurdity is not so much the tragedy, but how effectively it has been downplayed and dusted under the carpet by Biden’s administration in a matter of a few weeks.
8. Pelosi telling Maxine Waters doesn’t need to apologise for trying to incite a riot at a protest
I don’t know how much of this to believe because it sounds totally, utterly, and ludicrously insane and infantile. However, there is a remarkable amount of video coverage of Maxine Waters, a member of Congress, who flew to the build-up of protests that were brewing over the George Floyd trial and tried to incite a riot. Remember, this is supposed to be a member of respectable government. Meanwhile, ‘Good Morning, Sunday Morning’ Nancy Pelosi who made the grades in 2020’s most absurd moments, seems to have very little issue with her behaviour and went further to condone it.
9. Boston Pride Parade is cancelled by the QTBIPOC community
Perhaps one of the funniest stories which could have taken place in a Ben Elton book. Just imagine this. The annual Boston Pride Parade, a parade that has been in place since 1971 to promote the rights of the gay community, had been in endless discussions with the QTBIPOC (Queer Trans Black Indigenous People of Colour) community to make the parade more inclusive. The board of the parade, whose patience started to wear thin, decided to make things easier by simply cancelling it altogether. This angered the QTBIPOC community even more denouncing the parade’s board by its audacity to cancel it without further consultation.
10. Senior Australian police officer sensationally quits during interview
Taking Melbourne politicians and chief police officials by surprise, Krystle Mitchell, a senior police office, was interviewed on YouTube channel, Discernable, calling out some of the appalling practices by the Victorian police during the lockdowns. On the whole, she praises the Victorian police for its high standards, but she denounces the siding of the police with the politicians. She has a resignation paper in her hands during the interview because she wanted to be interviewed as an active person of duty to make her message more poignant. Needless to say, the chief police commissioner and Dan Andrews, the premier, were not amused.
11. The Ben Shapiro / Ana Kasparian Debate
YouTube is certainly not short of material featuring people discussing current affairs, social and political topics with similar biases, and to be honest, I have got bored with most of them. This refreshing debate took place between right-wing Ben Shapiro and left-wing Ana Kasparian on the most topical issues of the day. It was done in a civilised and respectful manner. This video reminds us that there should be more of these rather than the echo chambers which seem to only foment polarisation of opinion.
12. Teacher getting sued for $1m for cutting a biracial girl’s hair
This most ridiculous of stories seems rather convoluted but the gist of it is that a librarian at a school took it upon herself to cut a kid’s hair to even it out after that kid had some of her hair cut by another student on a school bus as a prank. Turns out that the father, who is black, and the mother, white, viewed the opportunity as a money grab and turned to the courts to sue the school for a whopping one million dollars on grounds of racial bias. Not sure what the outcome was, nor do I really care, but let this be a warning for white people not to touch the hair belonging to kids whose parents are angry racial social justice warriors.
13. Texas governor signs into law one of the strictest abortion measures
The topic of abortion is, at best, a controversial one, often fuelled with heated and emotional debates between both sides for and against. In general, those who are in favour of strict anti-abortion rulings are more religiously inclined than those who are not. And therein lies the problem when state and religion get mixed up in the same pot. The notion of making abortion a criminal offence at six weeks of pregnancy, regardless of whether it was caused by rape or if there is a foreseen problem with the expected birth, brings the ruling more in the line with those in Margaret Atwood’s oppressive and fictitious state of Gilead.
14. Anti-vaxxer and anti-lockdown activist Monica Smit charged with incitement
During 2020 and 2021, Australia took a near zero-tolerance stance against anyone who posted material on social media concerning scepticism of lockdowns and vaccines. Melbourne, after suffering six lockdowns by August 2021, was the scene of some of the most momentous protests and demonstrations. Starting up the Reignite Democracy movement, Monica Smit was one of those who actively engaged in these demonstrations, but the state became fed up with her and charged her for incitement. She refused the bail conditions but was later released 22 days after she was charged.
15. COVID vaccine passports being introduced
It was not wholly unsurprising when the news came out to inform us that COVID vaccine passports would be introduced soon. However, it will be of no surprise to find out, when we look back on this in the future, that this was just a terrible idea and a white elephant. I could be wrong, but let’s see how this goes.
16. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle air their dirty laundry with Oprah Winfrey
Piers Morgan best describes Harry and Meghan as a couple of spoilt, virtuous-signalling, ungrateful, sanctimonious brats. And I agree. Meghan Markle, an American TV actress, who claims to be a person of colour, calls out unchecked racism in the Royal Family with no evidence to back it up. Oprah Winfrey, who’s turned ultra-woke, feigned shock and horror during the interview no doubt delighting in the fact that this will add a few more million bucks to her already excessively bloated bank account. But that’s okay for white people because they have their privilege.
17. Ohio judge orders hospital to treat COVID patient with Ivermectin
A patient lies in a hospital with severe symptoms of COVID, and yet, the hospital refused the request to prescribe Ivermectin on grounds that it could be too dangerous even when the patient lies dying! A judge had to intervene to supply it to the patient. What’s outrageous about this is that Ivermectin in normal doses is extremely safe, so what is the harm of trying? But if you’ve got a horse…
18. Proud Boys leader sentenced for burning stolen Black Lives Matter flag
It’s easy to be caught out by clickbait, but when the BBC titled the story as above, one seriously needs to wonder how this could be a crime. I doubt that burning the US flag would get you into trouble, so why would burning a Black Lives Matter flag? What’s more interesting described in the article is his attempt to possess a large-capacity ammunition feeding device and the fact that he, himself, looks like to be a person of colour. I’m not saying that all Proud Boys are white, but I’m sure our trusty left-wing media forgot to take this into consideration before selecting this photograph.
19. Zero COVID just not possible, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says
A year and a half into the pandemic and Australia reckons it can get away with Zero COVID abandoning the ‘flattening the curve’ approach long ago. Only the most stupid and naïve believed this of course, but politicians stubbornly kept going with the narrative of the elimination strategy. However, after being defeated by another wave of the pandemic, the premier of New South Wales was the first to take to her senses and throw in the towel over the zero-COVID approach. She eventually got found out in a corruption scandal and was replaced by Dominic Perrottet.
20. Taking your mask off is okay for eating and drinking but not for alcoholic drinks
This could be perhaps the most ridiculous item on this list. So ridiculous that I did not believe it, taking it as a hoax, but there it was, on the Victorian government website. You are allowed to take off your mask while eating and drinking in Melbourne, but not so, if you’re having an alcoholic beverage. I struggle to find the capacity to remotely understand the sheer stupidity of those who make rules like this.
21. New York governor, Andrew Cuomo, busted!
This idiotic politician decided to send back COVID-affected people back to old people’s homes in New York which caused a precipitous rise in hospitalisations and death. But unlike Sweden’s similar mistake, he was exonerated by the glorious left while Sweden was demonised. He got his just desserts when he was caught sexually assaulting women while his equally idiotic brother, Chris, was fired later in December by CNN for corruption.
22. Dr Anne Webster from regional Victoria calls for a ring of steel around Melbourne
Dr Anne Webster, a federal member for one of Victoria’s regional districts, proposes that Melbourne be surrounded by a ‘ring of steel’ to stop the escape of, I suppose, the infected Melburnians. I’m sure if her own district of Mallee was infected, she wouldn’t be so quick to make the same proposal. Selfish, ‘I’m alright Jack’ mentality through and through.
23. YouTube suspends Sky News Australia
One of Australia’s major news channels, Sky News Australia, got suspended temporarily from YouTube because they were discussing whether masks and lockdowns were effective. YouTube, being the experts in everything in the known universe, took it upon themselves to suspend them.
24. BLM Leader Patrisse Cullors blows $3m on luxury homes
Still believe in BLM’s noble cause? Well. It’s certainly nice to know that a lot of that money went into buying property for their altruistic and selfless leaders. Enough said.
25. Victorian schools urged to avoid using terms ‘mum’ and ‘dad’
In the emotive world of sex and gender, I stumbled upon this article. If this, indeed, was true, that Victorian schools were urged to avoid using terms like ‘mum’ and ‘dad’ to be more inclusive, than this is just simply outrageous. But I couldn’t find any specific reference to the claim in the article and, perhaps, it should be simply dismissed as clickbait. If that is the case, then this is just an unnecessary divisive move against the trans community.
26. Australian Senate votes to ban the term, ‘chestfeeding’
Somewhere in the world, there are true whackos who believe we should not be using the term ‘breast-feeding’, but rather, ‘chest-feeding’. To be inclusive and politically-correct of course. Naturally, when I read the news that the motion was overturned in the Australian senate, I thought, ‘Obviously!’ However, what makes this particularly absurd is that the motion to overturn was by a whisker at 33-31. This suggests to me that most of the senators were too frightened to oppose this ridiculous motion for fear of being doxed or ostracised for being called out as a fascist, sexist white supremacist.
27. Six Dr Seuss books won’t be published for racist images
The company founded by the Seuss family who publishes his children books decided to stop publishing six of them because of racist images. Two of these books, in my opinion, are his best. McElligot’s Pool and If I Ran a Zoo. Below are some of the ‘offensive’ images, which clearly, one would have to thin-skinned and so sensitive to be even remotely offended by them. Frankly, I had to struggle to find allegedly ‘racist’ images in these books. I think this was a publicity stunt because Dr Seuss sales went through the roof after this announcement.
Incidentally, the picture above got called out because they said Eskimo rather than Inuit.
28. Google’s ride to Robinhood’s rescue after it was review-bombed
This story illustrates how well Wall Street and Big Tech giants like Google try to corner the market. In a nutshell, ‘new generation’ investors using the Robinhood app were pumping up the market cap of GameStop and other new tech providers much to the chagrin of various Wall Street investing giants who were losing out, possibly of shorting or other more exotic mechanisms of trading. Robinhood, in collusion with big investing outfits, prevented investors of buying more stock. Robinhood gave the app a thumbs down only for Google to artificially bolster up the reviews again.
29. January 6th. Let it NEVER be forgotten
We all know about the Capitol riot that took place on January 6th. It was certainly not a good day when rioters broke into the Capitol because of the election results of Trump losing to Biden. One person got actively killed while a further four died later, I expect, because of wounds sustained in the riot. But the Democrats, having nothing really much to show during their first year in office, have been regurgitating this story over and over and over, decrying it as the worst day of democracy ever. It’s a great distraction from other crises that have emerged under the Democrats such as the economy (what’s left of it) and the pull-out of Afghanistan. The Dems really need this to be memorialised for all time.
30. Australian citizens not allowed to go home
I don’t think this has truly sank in yet. Australia’s horrible way in which it has treated its citizens abroad by refusing to allow them to return home during the pandemic. Or, at least, making it extremely difficult and expensive. Meanwhile, the embarrassment unfolds when Australia, rightly so as an ally, takes in refugees from Afghanistan due to Biden’s unexpected debacle but refuses to allow its own citizens in. To add injury to insult, Australia allowed celebrity Caitlyn Jenner to enter Australia to participate in a TV reality show. Quite extraordinary.
31. NSW becomes first Australian state to scrap quarantine and open international border
Some good news at least. Immediately following the resignation of Gladys Berejiklian as the premier of New South Wales, a new chappie by the name of Dominic Perrottet took over. On taking over, one of the first things he declared was to scrap quarantine and open international borders. The other premiers would soon follow of course, reluctantly. It was a good piece of news except for those who were shaking with fear that the virus would proliferate again.
32. Man escapes quarantine using ‘bedsheet rope’ from window four stories high
I love this funny story of a man in Western Australia who, in Rapunzel let-down-your-hair fashion, tied bedsheets together to escape from a window four stories up. He was caught, given a $4500 fine, and remanded by the magistrate who said he displayed ‘breathtaking arrogance’.
33. The Rogan / Gupta COVID interview on Spotify
Joe Rogan, the Spotify podcaster whom the ‘warrior scientists’ want permanently removed from society, has a lengthy three-hour civil interview with CNN’s Dr Sanjay Gupta, who challenges Rogan on his views on vaccinations and other issues. Turns out it was a very productive interview. They agreed some issues and disagreed with others. Unfortunately, both left-wing outlets like CNN and right-wing ones like Fox, took selected edits to spin the narrative of the view to their favour. Most of those who follow the warrior scientists (the ‘follow the experts’ crowd) tend to refuse to watch the video but seek other material which discredits Rogan’s side of the argument.
34. Melbourne, the world’s most locked-down city
It’s utterly staggering to think that Melbourne had been locked down for 262 days. The damage to business, children, livelihoods, physical and mental health must have been enormous and yet, there is no conclusive proof that these draconian lockdowns have had any effect in containing the virus, as amply demonstrated by other countries like Sweden and Japan. The link to the article below has some stunning pictures of the lockdown.
35. Seattle elementary school cancels Halloween parade because it marginalises students of colour
Another story of political correctness, and one of being totally ridiculous. Apparently, a school in Seattle decided to cancel a Halloween parade because it might alienate kids who can’t afford costumes or some other absurdity. What kind of people make up these rules?
36. Black hair is being discriminated against
This is one helluva bullshit article on how black hair is being discriminated against, but it is entertaining to read all the same. What about the effect of hydrogen peroxide on women’s hair which makes them blonde and stupid? Perhaps blondes accused of being stupid should write up a similar article. I’ve got little or no hair. What about being discriminated for being called baldy?
37. Demonised Sweden goes back to pre-COVID normality
Talk to most people about Sweden in 2020, you’d most likely get an argument or two, but turns out that Sweden and its other Scandinavian countries went back to pre-COVID times with minimal interference by their governments. However, one never knows what may emerge later.
38. Biden considers $450k payments to illegal migrants separated at border
The Biden administration proposed to give payouts of up to $450k per person because of families being separated at the border during Trump’s administration. At a time when many are struggling financially, this seems, somewhat, unfair; however, the article may be grossly exaggerating the story. Or not.
39. Biden pardons two turkeys
I guess it’s harmless fun and, now and again, we need a little humour in our lives, but at least Biden gets by without stumbling too much.
40. Woman of colour, Winsome Sears, gets elected lieutenant governor of Virginia.
There’s nothing absurd about this at all. Great! Meritocracy wins. It just so happens that the elected lieutenant governor of Virginia is a black woman originally from Jamaica. But, alas. She’s a Republican and angers the left-extremist Democrats. She supports the right to bear arms and disapproves of critical race theory citing it as racist, which, of course, it is. Therefore, in the lunatic world we now live in, she has been often cited by many of the looney left as being a ‘white supremacist’.
41. Let’s Go Brandon!
If anyone’s got a kid by the name of Brandon, be careful never to say, ‘Let’s Go Brandon!’ in earshot of a Biden supporter. If a Biden supporter hears you utter this phrase, you’ll be told to wash your mouth out with soap and demand that you change your kid’s name to something like Tarquin, as the phrase translates to ‘F&*k Joe Biden’.
42. The Kyle Rittenhouse case
Back in 2020, a 17-year-old got involved in a riot in Kenosha and, in self-defence, shot three people. Regardless of the pained efforts put in by the prosecution, the case was clear that it was self-defence and he was duly acquitted. He shouldn’t have been there in my opinion but that’s besides the point. What was particularly absurd about this trial was its massively overblown high profile because the social justice mob and the media perceived this as being racially motivated, of which there was no proof. And meanwhile, a case was being heard of a real murder trial involving three white guys who shot a black guy, Ahmaud Arbery, after a chase in the street.
43. Rittenhouse judge gets wrecked for saying Asian food while it’s totally fine for Biden to say Negroes
Carrying on with the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, the lynch mob hated the judge, some of which carried out death threats to him and his family. When he made a comment that he wouldn’t hold out for Asian food from the boats in Long Beach Harbor, he was attacked by the left-wing media as being a racist. Meanwhile, nearly the same time he made this comment, a not-very-awe-inspiring Joe Biden slurred out a speech referring to a Negro baseball player. The same people who accused the judge of racism said nothing of Biden. To be honest, either phrase is insignificant, only the ‘snowflakes’ of society being offended by them.
44. Tulsi Gabbard rips Democrats, Joe Biden for ‘fomenting anger and hatred’
Tulsi Gabbard. A former Democratic congresswoman of Hawaii who was a hopeful candidate for 2016 but forced to pull out. A record, seemingly unblemished, the Democrats despise her because she doesn’t follow the extreme-left narrative and she is thus, branded a Republican in Democrat’s clothing. I believe the United States would have been in a far better place should she have made it to the presidency, but she was torn down by her own party, in particular, by Hilary Clinton. More tragic than absurd.
45. Adelaide business bans vaxxed people from entering
Clearly a publicity stunt, but when a small Adelaide business posted in its windows that vaccinated people are not allowed to enter, it created a bit of a stir.
46. English school demands students who are exempt from face masks to wear yellow badges
During the emergence of another wave of COVID in the UK, many schools enforced rules that students wear face masks. At one school in Kent, a crazy piece of news came to light that students who are exempt of wearing face masks must wear yellow badges. Yes! You read that correctly. I can’t help to ponder that this must be some huge publicity stunt. Yellow badges reminiscent of those yellow stars like those in the Nazi concentration camps? Eeek!
47. Cheerleader punished for a Snapchat post takes her case to the Supreme Court
A disgruntled Junior Varsity cheerleader doesn’t make it into the Varsity team. Later, after hours and off premises, she posts a rant on Snapchat. “F–k school f–k softball f–k cheer f–k eve F–k school f–k softball f– F–k school f–k softball f–k cheer f–k everything”k cheer f–k everything”rything”. She gets suspended from her Junior Varsity team. She takes it to court on grounds of free speech. But what makes this is so crazy is that this makes it all the way to the Supreme Court.
48. AOC blasts Gosar for anime video portraying her murder
This piece of news demonstrates the gross level of immaturity in US politics. An Arizona Republican, Gosar, posts out an anime video portraying Democrat AOC (Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez) being killed in some sort of fictitious battle with swords and stuff. Let me say, creating such a video is infantile and only fuels division on both sides of the political fence. As for AOC’s response, she could have taken the higher moral ground and just ignored the video citing the post as immature and childish. But no, she spent what seemed hours debating this in Congress to have Gosar removed while spouting a bunch of earnest nonsense on political integrity. This coming from a woman who goes to an expensive elitist function whilst wearing a dress with ‘Tax the Rich’ written on it in red paint. There is a link to the video in Bitchute but elsewhere it’s been removed.
49. Prosecutors Reject Charges Against 5 Suspects in Deadly Gang-Related Gunfight
In Austin, five people were shot dead in a gunfight on the street. Those responsible were rounded up by the police and charged with murder and aggravated battery. They were subsequently released without charges by the courts. The reason? They were mutual combatants between two parties fighting against each other.
50. Counter-protestors scream at anti-vax, anti-lockdown, anti-mask protestors as white supremacist fascists
Just when you thought it couldn’t get more absurd, then watch the video in the article in the link below. Avi Yemini, an investigative journalist, covers the Melbourne protests of those against mandates, masks and lockdowns and the smaller and much louder counter protests in which predominantly white well-to-doers fully masked up scream at the protestors as being right-wing white supremacist fascists. What’s patently absurd about this is that many or even most of those in the protest crowd are people of colour, indigenous, or just plain hippy-like people who want their freedoms back.
51. Jussie Smollett busted!
In a nutshell, here’s a TV actor who claimed he was the victim of a racist attack back in 2020, presumably on grounds of gaining publicity. Turns out that he orchestrated the whole series of events himself and was, subsequently, found out and prosecuted after wasting an enormous amount of police time and public money.
52. Did the White House really say this?
On December 17th, there was a White House briefing via teleconference between a COVID-19 response team and the public health officials. During the teleconference, the following statement was made.
“For the unvaccinated, you’re looking at a winter of severe illness and death for yourselves, your families, and the hospitals you may soon overwhelm”
Joe Biden then repeats this truly atrocious phrase on national television.
53. Twitter suspends Dr Robert Malone’s account
Dr Robert Malone is one of many doctors who have faced the scythe of censorship by big tech media platforms for speaking up against the government’s current narrative of forcing vaccines onto children. Twitter finally suspended him, but at what cost? Shortly thereafter, he was interviewed by Joe Rogan and watched by more than 50 million viewers on Spotify. What astonishes me is not so much about Malone’s contrarian views, but the stupidity of those who think they can silence someone like Malone by shutting off his channel. This action merely raised his profile from obscurity to a public figure. This also signalled a boost for alternative platforms like Gettr, Rumble, DuckDuckGo and Odysee.
54. 12-year-old girl becomes permanently wheelchair-bound after jab
This is a truly horrific story of Maddie de Garay, a 12-year-old girl, who volunteered to go on a COVID mRNA vaccine trial. Shortly after receiving the shot, she became wheelchair-bound and now breathes through a tube. If the story isn’t distressing enough, the fact that mainstream media refused to cover this is criminal. Amazingly enough, pro-mandate sceptics maintain that not enough evidence is available to establish that this was caused by the vaccine. Yet, if such an occurrence happened outside of COVID, the drug would have been pulled off the shelf and recalled in no time flat.
55. The Sooshi Mango ‘ethnic dads’ interview with Australia’s PM, Scott Morrison
We’ll end the list with something funny. An ‘ethnic dads’ interview with Australia’s Prime Minister, Scott Morrison. I thought this was a cleverly choreographed video using Morrison’s speech from other interviews, but it was a real interview and it was absolutely hilarious. It’s good to have a world leader with a sense of humour at least!
Missed out on 2020’s silly moments?
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