Doug Ford urges Ontario to stay home in 22 languages ​​after people poke fun at his French

Say what you will say about Premier Doug Ford’s ability (or inability) to successfully lead a province through the worst pandemic in a century, but at least he knows how to make a joke

The Prime Minister got the bum of a popular meme this week after trying to clear up some details of his government’s new order at home by saying the same thing he had said repeatedly, but this time in a different language: ” Restez à la maison “

Rather than clearing the confusion so many had after the province’s vague announcement, Ford’s pronunciation made many Ontarians laugh

On Thursday morning, Ford shared a video of himself saying “stay home” in 22 different languages The clip is accompanied by the heading “No matter what language you speak – or in my case you try – we have to stay at home”

No matter what language you speak – or in my case try to – we all have to stay home
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Ford then says “stay home” in 22 different languages ​​in the video, including Cantonese, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Persian, Tamil, Russian, Korean, and more

And just as he was struggling with the French sentence, Ford’s pronunciation, for the most part, sounds like he entered the phrase in Google Translate and just tried it out

While it is clear that languages ​​are not exactly Ford’s forte, most Ontario residents currently seem more concerned about the prime minister’s ability to govern than his ability to speak foreign languages ​​

“How do you say ‘paid sick leave’ in all of these languages?” wrote an Ontario resident on Twitter, referring to the myriad of statutory sick leave demands that Ford didn’t respond to,

“They will do anything but what the people need,” wrote another frustrated resident, “About this paid sick leave, what are you doing about it?”

“We’re staying home,” wrote Ontario musician Jeremy Taggart. “Why aren’t you doing anything about our LTCs instead of letting people die?”

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