Doug Ford’s Education Minister’s Staff Is Threatening 13 Year Old Podcasters Now

Nov 22, 2022

13-year-old Wyatt Sharpe is a digital media wonder. He’s been doing political interviews (better than most political interviewers in Canada) for a couple of years now, and he’s incredible.

Wyatt’s passion for making news accessible to his generation is trumped by the fact adults like his stuff too.

Wyatt is taken so seriously by Ontario Politicians that one of them had his staff threaten Wyatt with a “we don’t appreciate you saying negative things about us.” From the office of the Minister Of Education, Stephen Lecce, no less.

The conservative government of Ontario is fisting students as we speak, and as a 7th grader, Wyatt wanted to ask the education minister a few questions.

So, Wyatt sent a few official requests and talked about not hearing back from Lecce’s office.

Not getting back to a 13-year-old is bad form and makes Lecce look bad, and perception is everything to this shit ass conservative extremist government, So they told a 13-year-old kid to STFU or else in the nicest way possible.

Saying, “We don’t appreciate you making us look bad,” to a 13-year-old with a podcast is soft.

Lecce’s COMMS director is Caitlin Clark. I think she wants to hear from you. All of you. For weeks on end. She’s in the business of communication so let’s communicate with her. A LOT. Ask her why she gets off threatening a little kid. And if it wasn’t her, who threatened Wyatt? I’d like to know so we can encourage Caitlin and Stevie to be better people who make time for 13-year-old engaged Ontarians.




Dean Blundell

Dean Blundell is a Canadian radio personality. Best known as a longtime morning host on CFNY-FM (The Edge) in Toronto, Ontario. In 2015 he was named the new morning host on sports radio station CJCL (Sportsnet 590 The Fan). Dean started his career in radio in 2001 and for nearly 20 years been entertaining the radio audience. Dean’s newest venture is the launch of his site and podcast which is gaining tremendous momentum across North America.

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