A couple of years ago, police in Newfoundland shot dead a man named Donald Dunphy. Dunphy was opinionated, vulgar, ranted a lot, sometimes made vague threats.
After he posted some political tweets one day, a plainclothes cop with the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary came to his home and shot Dunphy dead.
So another cranky Newfoundlander, Andrew Abbass, angrily tweeted about that.
Guess who showed up at Abbass’s home? The same Royal Newfoundland Constabulary.
Now, lucky for Abbass, he wasn’t shot dead. And he wasn’t charged either. (Charged with what?)
No, they threw him in the psych ward.
The details are shocking, but this is happening more and more.
I've told you before about a Montreal man who was arrested for criticizing Islamic extremism on Twitter.
These word police, jailers, political doctors and thought patrols are trying these things out on eccentrics and marginal people now.
Watching the reaction, seeing who cares, and who doesn’t.
And then I think they will do more...
Then Rebel commentator Eric Duhaime and I discuss the French presidential election — which he'll be covering for the Rebel!
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