Thursday, April 30, 2020

Hundreds protest COVID-19 restrictions in Alberta



The Edmonton Journal is reporting that "Protesters gathered outside the Alberta legislature Wednesday afternoon, demanding the province lift COVID-19 public health restrictions that forced businesses to close . Around 200 attendees raised signs and chanted “End the lockdown,” despite provincial rules carrying fines between $1,000 and $100,000 for gatherings of 15 or more. Michael Banner, a spokesperson for End the Lockdown Alberta, which organized the rally, said the province has done a good job of slowing the spread of the coronavirus, but called for a return to earlier rules that limited gatherings to 50 people and let restaurants operate at 50 per cent capacity, and allowed schools to remain open." Defy the Lie.

Any news outlet or politician that quotes Dr Fauci or the World Health Organization is not credible. In a time of economic instability we need to promote consumer confidence not fear.

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