It's bad enough that David Suzuki has gotten rich thanks to 40 years of free TV publicity we've all been forced to pay for.
Did you know Suzuki's house is worth more than pop star Katy Perry's?
Sorry, did I say "house"? He actually has four properties -- one of which he co-owns with an oil company.
But the government comedians at the CBC's Punchline couldn't find any.
Instead, their unfunny "satire" of St. Suzuki calls him "a national treasure" who is so much more caring and noble than the rest of us.
It's not very funny or brave, like satire is supposed to be -- but hey, you paid for this bootlicking with your taxes, so you might as well have a look.
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