Murdered by the Government

Welcome to The Mark Steyn Show. In this week's edition, we revisit Mark's two interviews with Sheila Annette Lewis, a Canadian woman who was denied a life-saving organ transplant because she wouldn't get the Covid jab.

She first appeared on The Mark Steyn Show in November 2022 when she sued the Alberta government, and again in June when she had exhausted her legal options following the Supreme Court of Canada's refusal to hear her case.

Sheila died on Friday without ever getting her transplant. In this show, Mark shares both interviews in full with some additional thoughts on Sheila's death at the hands of the state.

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