On Canada Day, in Halifax, some left wing extremists had a protest — a hate-fest, really — at the statue of General Cornwallis.
So five young Canadian Armed Forces members, on their own time, went to see what was happening.
They’re part of a loosely-knit fraternity called the Proud Boys, created by our very own cultural commentator, Gavin McInnes. They don’t discriminate based on race or sexuality, they just share a belief that western society — democracy, liberty, meritocracy — is the best.
Of the five who went to Cornwallis Park with a Canadian flag, two happened to be Aboriginal, and one was gay.
I’ll show you what happened:
These Proud Boys never raise their voices, swear or make threats. They ask questions.
It’s the leftists who swear, scream and demand the Proud Boys leave this public park.
The media went wild, implied that the five men were racist, and called the nutty protest an "Aboriginal spiritual ceremony," led by “Chief Mama Grizzly” (who’s not a chief.)
The only Aboriginals there were two Proud Boys!
Harjit Sajjan, the defence minister, announced an investigation to “determine whether charges will be laid.”
An investigation? The only misconduct I saw here were the political brass, throwing five patriots under the bus, to appease Antifa protesters and their media errand-boys.
NEXT: Gavin McInnes joins me to talk about this incident, and his petition SaveTheFive.com.
THEN: Claudia Rosett, expert on UN corruption, and a Foreign Policy Fellow with the Independent Women's Forum, is my guest, with her take on North Korea's latest belligerence, and Trump's reaction.
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