In the very early morning of Sunday, Feb. 7, Hillier drunk posted two photos on Twitter. The photos show Hillier alongside his remaining six supporters, all men half his age.
"I know many people are enjoying friends and company regardless of the unlawful @fordnation “stay at home orders,"…I’m not playing this dishonest game of falsehoods & signalling off. Enjoy life, reject the exaggerated fears."
The recent post follows other drunk postings that also seem to strongly suggest Hillier leaving office before the next scheduled election. In January, Hillier proposed a bill to recall himself.
The provincewide stay-at-home-order means people must stay home and stay apart from people not in their households. Hillier has been trying to challenge the orders by leveraging his MPP status, but his dwindling support from the riding means that he does not have enough supporters in his constituency to even violate the provincial orders, let alone challenge them.
The defunct Hillier may soon be bankrupt as well. Despite his large taxpayer funded salary as an MPP, he can be seen in a series of videos released earlier this year pleading for donations to his struggling campaign. Interest began to wane for Hillier as supporters and their families began getting sick.
When reached by email with questions about his drunk tweets, Hillier simply responded with a grammatically incorrect statement that did not answer any questions.
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