Guy Nantel is back with a new vox pop. This time, he showed up to a demonstration against the vaccine passport and the vaccine in order to ask questions of the demonstrators on the spot.
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The comedian warns them that he will choose their worst answers and that they run the risk of people laughing at them on the web.
“They say COVID is the disease of the century. What century are we in now? ” asks the comedian. “201!” Answers a man.
“How many years in a century?” “A thousand years,” argues another man.
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“What is a virus?” Guy Nantel probe? “He’s a human being. We are all viruses, ”said one protester confidently. “What if we look at a virus under a microscope?” adds the humorist? “You will see yourself !!!”, retorts the man.
Guy Nantel continues his COVID-19 vox pop with an easy question. “How many COVIDs before this one?” “If we say 19, it is because there were 18 before”, supports the demonstrator convinced of his answer.
Some Quebecers speak of a dictatorship because of the implementation of health measures by the Legault government. Guy Nantel has therefore decided to ask them from which countries the dictators he appoints them come from. No vox pop participant has the right answer.
But the funniest part is: “Lenin?” asks the humorist. “John Lenin,” said the woman. It sounds American, but he’s not a dictator. ”