MPs just wrapped up a 12 hour all night marathon voting session in the House of Commons.
It was a sneaky procedural tactic by the Conservatives to have the government release a breakdown of how much its carbon pricing will cost Canadians.
The Conservatives promised to put a stop to the voting session if the Liberals released the true cost of the Liberal tax grab to Canadian families.
The MPs voted on nearly two-hundred issues, each one a confidence issue meaning if the opposition had won the vote, the government would fall.
Due to that threat, the Liberal Party whipped - or forced - their MPs to be in the House of Commons all night, but the marathon voting session also fell on Eid, the Muslim celebration held at the end of Ramadan.
The Liberals resented being forced to work, taking to Twitter to say they would prefer to be in their ridings, partying with their Muslim constituents.
Liberal resentment turned into a full-blown online tantrum, replete with whining about having to work, and accusations of bigotry.
But it wasn't just coming from the Muslim MPs. It was non-Muslim MPs who were crying the loudest, blaming the Conservatives for not being able to join the Ramadan party with their Muslim constituents.
Watch as I tell you what the Liberals don’t want you to know about who actually scheduled the vote, and share some of the snivelling from Liberals who complained that work is a new hate crime. I think we might have reached peak liberalism.