With Oscar flubs already fizzling out of fashion, the Twitterverse turned its fickle focus towards Conservative leadership candidate Kellie Leitch on Monday night.
Two days ago, Leitch released a video where she reiterates her campaign platform promise to screen immigrants for “Canadian values.”
Clocking in at just over 8 minutes, the video features a dizzying array of camera angles, unpredictable zooms and pans that produced a palpable level of mockery online. Here’s some of the reaction.
@KellieLeitch Did a 2 year old edit your immigration video? And you want to lead the Conservative Party?! HAHAHAHA What a joke!
— zack stern (@DumpDonDrumpf) February 28, 2017
Kellie Leitch’s video has no Canadian (production) values. Just grab a fifth of Canadian Club and a few dogs with attached selfie sticks.
— Sean Cull (@seanreloaded) February 28, 2017
hey .@KellieLeitch who edited your video??? it literally cuts to different angles of your face for no reason. rly embarrassed for you
— yasmine (@ameerkatkali) February 28, 2017
— Leigh Beadon (@leighbeadon) February 28, 2017
BREAKING: Kellie Leitch drops plan for long-form values test, will simply ask perspective new comers “Yes, but can you direct?"
— Tabatha Southey (@TabathaSouthey) February 28, 2017
This Kellie Leitch video is among the more bizarre things I've seen lately. https://t.co/xIcq80HW5d
— Warren Piers (@wpiers1) February 27, 2017
Going back and forth on whether to tweet Kellie Leitch's new video, because simply expanding its audience seems cruel to her.
— Paul Wells (@InklessPW) February 26, 2017
Poor Kellie Leitch. She has to order her steak well done with ketchup now. But, when you're a method actor you have to commit all the way.
— Rob Silver (@RobSilver) February 26, 2017
what is going on here? who edited this? did they graduate from the YouTube tutorial school of Premiere Pro? halp. https://t.co/vqXCfnh38d
— S. (@plumandmustard) February 27, 2017