News Analysis Dec 9, 2020 3:55 PM EST

Social media rips Ontario Liberal leader for horrible video

On Tuesday, Ontario Liberal Party Leader, Steven Del Duca, posted a video that detailed the future of the Ontario Liberal party - including an announcement on their policy and platform development process.

Social media rips Ontario Liberal leader for horrible video
Joe Vaughan The Post Millennial
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On Tuesday, Ontario Liberal Party Leader Steven Del Duca posted a video that detailed the future of the Ontario Liberal party—including an announcement on their policy and platform development process. Let's just say it didn't go over too well on social media.

A hilarious edit posted by Chris Chapin included a laugh track to Del Duca's corny, flat landing jokes.

Some Twitter users are making predications for the next Ontario provincial election, including this jab at the Liberals' dwindled seat count from the 2018 vote.

The Liberals were decimated in that election. They lost their official party status and fell to just 7 seats. They now have 8 seats after former PC MPP Amanda Simard flipped from blue to red.

If Del Duca could muster up enough support to double the Ontario Liberal Party's seats, he would still be only left with 16.

Former Chretien advisor and political strategist Warren Kinsella gave Del Duca some free advice as well: "stop making videos."

It has now become obvious the Ontario Liberals caught on to the criticism. In fact, they were so clever as to hide the video's comments on YouTube, probably for the best.

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