Tonight I'll show you video of a Toronto Sun photographer being attacked by a leftist in Toronto on the weekend.
Seven Toronto police were within arm’s reach when this happened, but not one lifted a finger. The photographer wasn't provoking anyone, or arguing. He was just standing there, doing his job.
This Toronto rally was held because it was the anniversary of the big white racist protest a year ago, in Charlottesville, Virginia. Remember that? Last year, those racists had a parade permit, and as weird and pagan and blatantly racist as it was, their rally was at least peaceful.
But the next day, hundreds of Antifa extremists showed up, no permit, many with weapons, to fight them. And in a terrible turn of events, a man in a car rammed into a group of leftist protesters, killing one woman.
So what was the Charlottesville rally like this year?
About 20 people walked down the street, surrounded by police, and outnumbered a hundred to one by counter demonstrators.
There were at least 200 journalists there, too. For 20 people.
At the rally in Toronto on Saturday, the situation was much the same.
I’m all for protesting against racism.
But as you'll see tonight from Antifa's signs and chants, this was really an anti-police march.
In other words, it's collusion between the Democrats in the U.S., and the Liberals in Canada, with violent street teams. Seeking to undermine our society. Seeking to bring anarchy and instability into our countries.
And the media is playing along.
The Rebel isn't playing along. Which is why our reporters get attacked, too — but never the CBC, or CNN.
Don’t even believe the left when they say they’re for peace and tolerance.
And most importantly:
Don’t ever believe the mainstream media. They’re in on it, too.
NEXT: Former Rebel Gavin McInnes was just banned from Twitter. He comes on to talk about what happened.
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