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Cringe: G7 World Leaders Greet Each Other — By Bumping Elbows

Infowars.com
June 11th 2021, 1:51 pm
World leaders partook in cringe-worthy coronavirus theatrics during a photo op for the G7 Friday.
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World leaders literally rubbed elbows during a meeting for the G7 summit Friday.

Greeting each other ahead of a photo op, the leaders of the seven most influential nations all courageously met unmasked and exchanged greetings — by bumping forearms.

Yep, nothing says “We’re the world’s most powerful leaders,” like being afraid to shake hands.

Below, look at photos of the pathetic display, courtesy of Getty Images:

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