Sunday, April 11, 2021

Montreal Police Raid Rebel News

True North is reporting that "A temporary Montreal base of Rebel News has been raided by Montreal police. According to Ezra Levant, on Saturday a large number of police officers showed up at an Airbnb houseboat Rebel crews are currently using for accommodations and as a makeshift Montreal headquarters." Police tried to force their way in so Ezra Levant told them to get a warrant. They claimed it was a crime scene and entered anyways. This is disgusting.

On LockdownReports.com Ezra Levant states "when we asked them what the 'crime' was, all they could come up with was that our staying in the hotel was an illegal gathering, contrary to Quebec’s lockdown laws. That’s obviously not true. It is a registered, legal hotel rental on Airbnb. In fact, we had fewer guests than the facility is built for. This is the same Montreal police who have harassed and assaulted our reporters for weeks. This is their revenge. Because we report on their misconduct." Once again we have law enforcement officers lining up to piss on good soldier's grave. This is beyond shameful.

Here's me riding around in the sunshine thinking everything's gonna be all right and this happens. Everything is not alright. Rebel News is one of the last credible independent media outlets in Canada. Remember the freedom of the press? That used to be sacred. Not under Justin Trudeau's Global Reset where civil liberty and the sacred Charter of Rights his Father gave us is thrown out the window. Commodus has failed us. This needs to stop.

I had a great uncle that died on the beaches of Normandy. My grandfather had mustard gas burns on his back from the trenches of Flanders. All our people served. We supported civil liberty in France and we support civil liberty here at home. West Coast Ghosts back from the dead wearing the colour red. We're from the west side. West side of the wall. Berlin wall.
Update: ANTIFA crashed the curfew protest. We want freedom. Riots are not it.

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