Protests erupted in downtown Vancouver on Saturday. Many groups rallied outside of the Vancouver Art Gallery, some with parallel and others with conflicting messaging.
The largest crowd by far were rallying in support of a father whose daughter is receiving state mandated hormone injections against the wishes of the father.
Maxime Bernier's People's Party candidate Laura-Lynn Tyler-Thompson was the keynote speaker at that rally, speaking against SOGI. SOGI, which stands for Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity is a transgender toolkit for educators, used to teach kids that it's hip for them to be trans... even if they are not.
Across the street, in opposition to the hundreds of pro free-speech, freedom of conscience, anti-antifa and parental rights activists were a couple dozen LGBT activists. If you only listened to the mainstream journalists at the event, you wouldn't know that the leftists were outnumbered 4 to 1 by the right wing attendees.
City TV's on-location reporter firmly planted herself among the socialists and communists in the LGBT group, breathlessly asking them if they “expected something like this in 2019,” referring to the parents across the street who were opposed to state organized transgender propaganda.
Another anti-SOGI protester told The Rebel that Global News up and fled the event when she asked their reporter if they would be covering anything but the LGBT side of the conflict.
In the above video, you'll see interviews with both sides of the rally, something that you will not find anywhere else. The Rebel is committed to sharing the other side of the story at RebelInvestigates.com, even if it runs against the marching orders that Justin Trudeau and Katie Telford have given the Canadian media.