What a great event last night in Calgary: 1,100 people, standing room only, in the Westin Hotel ballroom, to protest Rachel Notley’s job-killing carbon tax.
(You can watch the whole event HERE.)
We had huge security at last night’s event: police, hotel security — and we hired our own, too.
Then a left wing journalist named Haley Jarmain claimed on Twitter that she had received a death threat at the rally.
But weirdly, she waited two hours after the event to mention it. She also said she didn’t report it to police because they “have much better things to do with their time.”
Really? Can you think of much better things for police to do than to catch a would-be murderer?
And you’re a reporter with a cell phone. Even if you missed the death threat, you didn’t take a picture of the guy?
I don’t believe it.
But if Haley Jarmain doesn’t want to find a would-be murderer, I sure do.
I have the names and e-mail addresses of 759 of the people at the rally who RSVP'd in advance. And as to the other 350 people, cameras captured every person coming and going.
I have written to both Haley Jarmain and her boss, offering to arrange a time to go through the hotel’s security footage with them.
I’m also announcing a $1,000 cash reward for anyone who can identify this man, or these men.
I have bought the website, HaleyJarmain.com, and I will keep this video up here, and the $1,000 dollar reward, as long as necessary to find the criminal.
If you know who this man or these men are, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When social justice warriors throw out accusations like this, and then run away from any proof, or even contacting police — it’s tough to come to any conclusion than that they just want to smear unemployed Albertans...
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