Local candidate makes waves with outlandish video

Wyatt Scott slays a dragon and rides a giant computer-generated Canada Goose in video.



An independent candidate for the Mission-Matsqui-Fraser Canyon is getting plenty of attention thanks to an outlandish video that sees the Mission-area businessman ride a giant Canada Goose, slay a dragon, fist-bump an alien and shoot laser beams out of his eyes, all in the course of 60 seconds.

Wyatt Scott posted the video declaring his candidacy on YouTube, but it gained widespread attention  Tuesday thanks to Twitter.

The video drew instant raves from across Canada, with people declaring it the best election video of either the campaign, or of all-time.

 

 

 

 

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