Gregory Alan Elliott is on trial in Toronto for "criminal harassment," for the "crime" of disagreeing with feminists on Twitter. Elliott's son Clayton tells me about what happened, the toll this has taken on his family -- and how you can help.
The police have testified that Gregory Alan Elliot didn't harass or threaten anyone. So what happened?
This is another instance of feminist SJWs (Social Justice Workers) using the internet and the legal system to silence anyone who disagrees with them, especially if those critics are male.
Clayton tells Lauren about the toll this trial has taken on his father and their family, financially and emotionally. A graphic designer, Elliott was fired from his job of 15 years and banned from using the internet.
If Elliott is found guilty, freedom of speech for everyone online will be in jeopardy.
If you want to help:
Please DONATE at the official IndieGoGo fundraising page
SIGN Lauren’s petition supporting Elliott's right to free speech
Gregory Allen Elliott can be contacted at @greg_a_elliott
PS: To help offset Clayton's cousin Oliver Ferguson's catastrophic medical expenses, which we talk about at the end of this interview, please DONATE at CookieeJar.