Jamie Sale And Theo Fleury Should Just Move Into The Woods Together Forever

Sep 20, 2022

I bet half of the anti-everything population in the province of Alberta would be a million times happier if disgraced former Olympic heroes Jamie Sale and Theo Fleury became Alaskan bush people.

Jamie Sale has DE-RAILED.

Jamie’s fall from grace has been Nuclear. Theo’s too.

Jamie was a RIP. It broke her brain. Always bubbly and fun to talk to until “The Sick” came around.

She lost everything, including her family and friends, and feels like it’s her spiritual cross to bear based on her belief system. That belief system is God over everything, including common sense, science, and civic duty.

For the past two years, Jamie has invested all of her time into the WEF, Satanic baby-eating, anti-science conspiracy bullshit, and believes she and Theo know something others don’t. She thinks 90% of Canadians are stupid, compromised by (what she says) is an experimental vaccine. She’s protecting that 90% from God’s weather when the rapture comes and Jesus returns to planet earth to take “Believers” who were not vaccinated to heaven.

Jamie is SOOOO fucking desperate to be right after losing EVERYTHING; she tweeted a fake Trudeau Tweet about Russian bots and censorship, calling him a traitor and demanding Trudeau be tried for crimes against humanity, not knowing the tweet was fake.


Theo Fleury thinks the same thing. But Theo monetized it all, and he’s a natural leader in the Qanon community because he believes ANYTHING someone with money and MAGA tells him. He’s been minted by the same cucks who want Alberta to separate from Canada in favor of American Statehood because he’s not brilliant, either.

Theo’s issues extend into the abuse he suffered at the hands of authority over the years, so he has a valid excuse to be paranoid, but this shit is beyond the pale.

He regularly goes on American alt0right fringe media and Fox News to denigrate Canada and 90% of Canadians with similar messaging to Jamie’s:

Canada sucks, and it’s being run by a cabal of satan worshipping pedophiles who want to track and traffic kids with 5g chips stored in vaccines. Theo and I have a few mutual friends, and EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM is embarrassed by him to the point where they don’t call him back and pretend they’re busy if they feel bad and pick up the phone when he cal. He’s a massive supporter of MAGA, too. Ls.

“Theo never had any common sense. He tried, but he’ll always be the anti-guy because it’s the only way he can feel important anymore.”

“It’s like he finally found a team that would sign him, so he jumped right in.”


Jamie and Theo are all each other has left. They are islands in the stream of life people laugh at when they sail by.

They are the athletic versions of Randy Quaid, and every day that goes by where they aren’t being forced into a stream of emotional and mental wellness, they get worse and take more people with them.

I’m convinced Jamie and Theo need to build a cabin in the woods and stay there forever. They’d be so happy living in their loving echo chamber of mutual appreciation.

No one would ever be wrong, and they could shun the medical community together, freeing up a couple of beds for those who appreciate life instead of racing to get to heaven.

They could spend hours reinforcing their fugazi belief systems while allowing their supporters some time away to get help themselves.

They can spend their days gathering berries in God’s wilderness, appreciating everything he made living au natural with the protection of an immune system that they say doesn’t need modern science to thrive and survive.

It would be a public service and a way for Jamie and Theo to put their money where their confused mouths are.

In an anti-vax, pro-Jesus biodome for two.

Until then, someone needs to tell Theo to get Grammarly.



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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