Ford showed some serious lack of judgment in his first year or so in office. He, for some reason, prioritized expensively firing the head of Hydo One, meddling in the Toronto City Council election days before it was supposed to happen, spent an inordinate amount of political capital on sex education in schools. Within a year he was, somehow, less popular that the Wynne government that was just defeated and reduced to a rump without official party status. He should thank his lucky stars that the COVID pandemic happened and gave him a crisis that required basic competency to manage and for Ontario to rally around that basicly competent leadership. Thousands of Ontarians died but it saved his political career.Doug Ford doesn't, but that isn't the point. He has leadership, he knows how to set priorities, and let people do their job.