'Kudatah' against Notley's NDP government sparks social media hilarity

A social media post calling on Albertans to get rid of Rachel Notley’s NDP government has drawn hilarious reaction online after a commenter used an interesting spelling of coup d’état.

Anti-NDP Facebook commenter misspells coup d’état

NDP leader Rachel Notley speaks on stage after being named Alberta's new premier in Edmonton on May 5. (Nathan Denette/Canadian Press)

The call for a "kudatah" against Alberta Premier Rachel Notley's NDP government has sparked hilarious reaction online, following a Facebook comment that used an interesting spelling of coup d'état.

The post led to several memes:

Some Reddit users are having a field day:

It has even sparked a satirical Facebook event, with the hashtag kudatah.

It appears the word will be sticking around for a while.

But it's unclear who will have the last laugh.


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