February 12, 2018

After jury acquits farmer of killing Aboriginal man, Trudeau “turns verdict into a campaign ad”

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

In August of 2016, Colten Bouchie, a 22-year-old Aboriginal man from the Red Pheasant First Nation in Saskatchewan, got a flat tire on the road. He was with his girlfriend and some friends. They had spent the day swimming — and drinking.

Then they went onto Gerald Stanley’s farm. To get help for their flat tire, they later said. But to the Stanley family, it looked like a home invasion. Boushie and his friends tried to start one of Stanley’s ATVs. They smashed their Ford SUV into one of Stanley’s cars. They were drinking and armed.

It’s out in the country. You don’t call 911 out there — maybe the local RCMP officer who’s 100 miles away can swing by in an hour...

So Stanley fired some warning shots in the air. But then he fired a shot into Boushie, in the head. Killed him. Stanley said it was an accident.

This week, the jury did not convict him.

I wasn’t there that day to see; and I wasn't in court every day, like the jury.

Neither was Justin Trudeau. But he recorded a statement about the verdict, while jogging in Los Angeles.

He pretty much denounced not only Gerald Stanley, but the jury and the judge and the legal system itself as racist.

But he was just getting started. Of course, he wrote a tweet. He mentioned talking to the Liberal justice minister, and then she chimed in.

How is this not contempt of court?

I’m not saying there aren’t other issues to be resolved; I have long argued that, say, our racist Indian Act needs to be repealed; I am a big supporter of economic development for Aboriginal people. But that’s got nothing to do with meddling in a court case that’s not done, given that an appeal is now virtually guaranteed. That’s basic.

I don’t know if Gerald Stanley is a murderer, other than a jury says he isn’t. But I do know that the attack on our courts independent by the Liberals is unprecedented, and the timing of national partisan rallies in support of that attack is not accidental or coincidental.

It’s sick.

But, judging by the mainstream media’s total participation in this scheme — it’s working...

TONIGHT'S GUESTS: Broadcaster John Gormley on the non-guilty verdict in the Gerald Stanley/Boushie verdict, and the elite's response; then Edmonton Sun Senior Columnist Lorne Gunter joins me to talk about the Environmental Assessment Review.

FINALLY: Your messages to me — and Justin Trudeau's rants about The Rebel in Parliament!


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commented 2018-02-14 16:29:12 -0500
A drunken armed thug was shot while commissioning a crime… get over it.!!
commented 2018-02-14 12:37:11 -0500
The family seem to take great issue with the way the police treated them, at least as much as with the actual death. That seems to be a separate issue and the racism they keep talking about seems directed around the police. Fair enough, but this is dragging Stanley down a rabbit hole he probably doesn’t deserve to be dragged down. I don’t know how Stanley felt about the local band, but I know how I would feel in if my family and property were being attacked by drunken invaders with guns, race aside.

How many ‘systemic racism’ s can you count? They had better not push for an appeal because between interviews like this and Justin and Jodi’s big mouth’s, Stanley wouldn’t get a fair re trial.
commented 2018-02-14 10:32:36 -0500
If Boushie was driving, then he should be charged with DUI at the very least.
commented 2018-02-14 08:53:08 -0500
“There should have been an autopsy done on Boushie.”

There was, JIM. According to a story in the National Post, " An autopsy report showed Boushie had a blood- alcohol level more than three times the legal driving limit when he died."
commented 2018-02-14 08:10:31 -0500
There should have been an autopsy done on Boushie. They would have been able to determine his Blood Alcohol Content. If he was legally impaired his friends may have been as well and were then driving about the country side committing a criminal act. It would seem from the scant evidence relayed they drove into one of his vehicles and tried to start an ATV. They were armed. Forget that they were aboriginals. Faced with that onslaught, I’m inclined to give Stanley the benefit of the doubt. I would attempt to protect my property as well.
commented 2018-02-14 08:10:29 -0500
There should have been an autopsy done on Boushie. They would have been able to determine his Blood Alcohol Content. If he was legally impaired his friends may have been as well and were then driving about the country side committing a criminal act. It would seem from the scant evidence relayed they drove into one of his vehicles and tried to start an ATV. They were armed. Forget that they were aboriginals. Faced with that onslaught, I’m inclined to give Stanley the benefit of the doubt. I would attempt to protect my property as well.
commented 2018-02-14 08:10:24 -0500
There should have been an autopsy done on Boushie. They would have been able to determine his Blood Alcohol Content. If he was legally impaired his friends may have been as well and were then driving about the country side committing a criminal act. It would seem from the scant evidence relayed they drove into one of his vehicles and tried to start an ATV. They were armed. Forget that they were aboriginals. Faced with that onslaught, I’m inclined to give Stanley the benefit of the doubt. I would attempt to protect my property as well.
commented 2018-02-13 23:14:50 -0500
There is a purpose to all of the Liberal race baiting and identity politics. The Liberals (like the Democrats) need a permanent underclass to rely on them for everything in their lives. Justin is forever promising more and more tax payer dollars to solve somebody’s problem. Of course the gullible vote for him in spite of the fact that things never improve. He doesn’t want them to improve he wants to keep on holding out the carrot on stick.

The sooner that all these underprivileged groups garb a brain and stop believing the left wing BS the sooner they will stop being underprivileged. The problem is that it is hard to campaign against Santa Claus. The hope of a handout sounds like much less effort than finding your own way.

So as long as these groups allow themselves to played like fiddles and keep voting for charlatans and idiots I shan’t be feeling very sorry for them. If they want to abandon the PC narrative then we will welcome them as plain old un-hyphenated Canadians. If they want to keep being pawns in the globalist game,STBY.
commented 2018-02-13 20:06:11 -0500
He would know. The “Racist Indian Act” was written by Liberals… “First passed in 1876, the Indian Act received royal assent on April 12, 1876, under a Liberal government headed by Prime Minister Alexander McKenzie.”
commented 2018-02-13 18:42:15 -0500
That is the bottom line Bravo Zulu.
…and I for one was not registering the fact that BOTH defense AND prosecution choose or disregard the jurists. Thanks for the reminder. All your points are spot on.
commented 2018-02-13 18:22:53 -0500
A few points about Saskatchewan no one seems to mention or give a damn about.

1. Both defense and prosecution had a hand in picking the jury.

2. If it had been a white guy killed no one would have cared – but now the race card comes out. How about playing the “personal responsibility” card and actually not engaging in criminal activity?

3. When you live in the country you can be more than an hour from police or other first responder assistance. You are on your own and rely upon the following: a. Your dog. b. Your family. c. Your firearms. d. Your neighbours if they can get to you.

4. As for the Papa Oscar Sierra who runs this country and his anti Canadian islamic cabinet – they are simply a bunch of traitors who will do anything to divide the country for votes.

5. Put yourself in the boots of a man in the country being robbed by those who might not mind killing you. Or better – place your wife or daughter in that situation.

That is why most who reside in the country will go to jail with their heads held high – because their police will not and do not protect them – they protect themselves and they protect their families.

Easy to deny all of the above when you live in a protected society and community as you do Evan – but not so easy to deny when you live a long way from any help.
commented 2018-02-13 16:47:37 -0500
Thanks to Justin, Jodi Wilson Ribould and those they helped to rile up, Gerald Stanley’s trial in the public eye could go on for a life time. If there is something ‘loosey goosey’ in the system, tighten it up, but the gavel has come down on this one. Get rid of the damn Indian Act, so they can buy and sell their land and we can all be on an equal playing field. It will probably take a generation or two. to right itself but it has to happen. Left like this, Native issues will always be used by the government to bash us with. Rip off the band aide and give them a chance to repair. Fix any injustices and level the playing field.
commented 2018-02-13 15:51:41 -0500
John Good, not to belabour the subject but I knew a Liberal single mom/teacher who took her 3 young kids for a very short teaching job on the Kashechewan reserve thinking the experience would be good for her career and her small children. Her experience left her leftist ideology shattered. On several evenings, frightened native mothers would bang on the door of her small cabin asking for refuge from their drunken husband, she had rifle shots fired through her cabin, and on one occasion a seriously inebriated native male knocked on her door, entered and skinned a beaver on her kitchen table , explaining that white women do not know how to live off the land, you can’t make this stuff up. While she is telling this story all I can think of is how stupid she was to place her children in such danger, but that is a common disconnect from reality seen today. Zero survival skills.
I am not denigrating Native culture but to portray it as beyond reproach and to claim perennial victim hood is cowardly. Time to stop acting like a self-committed refugee.
commented 2018-02-13 15:27:21 -0500
“Jury members are dismissed or accepted and no explanation is required to be given.”

Right, LISA. And fairness to a victim is not an issue that directs the trial process or the court, but absolute fairness to the accused certainly does. The vast majority of case law decisions relate to this very point.

What troubles me more than the dangerous and stupid tweets from turdo la doo and his position-by-quota Justice Minister, is the limp-wristed response to their latest idiocies from Andrew “Paris” Scheer.
commented 2018-02-13 14:33:00 -0500
Jury members are dismissed or accepted and no explanation is required to be given. Maybe that should be looked at. Couldn’t that be cross checked to keep everyone honest across the board? Then reactions of outrage like this would be less likely to be stirred up by those with agenda.
If any changes need to be made it must be through the proper channels. Surely our PM and Minister Of Justice can see that?
commented 2018-02-13 14:32:53 -0500
Looks to me like Mr Stanley has had his right to a fair trial violated. He should be receiving $10 million
commented 2018-02-13 14:26:28 -0500
One small step for peoplekind, one giant leap backward for mankind.
commented 2018-02-13 14:00:08 -0500
Great Comment Brian Smith! I used to deliver new RV’s to the dealers across Canada. I have stopped overnight in North Battleford SK often, as it was on the way to Edmonton AB. One evening, I parked my Dually with the RV at the Canadian Tire parking lot & went to Tim Horton’s. Decided to walk up the hill at night to the Walmart & encountered a group of drunken’ Indians on the way up. Luckily for me, I grew up on a farm & knew how to handle drunks, but I came away wishing that I had drove up to the Walmart instead.
I was forced to listen to Canadian AM Talk Radio out there during the day, & there was nothing else talked about other than the Indians blaming White People for all their problems across Canada & team sports, when in truth it was the Tribal Elders who stole the Gov’t Money for themselves & then blamed the Gov’t for not doing enough to support the poor Natives on the reserves.
I would often hear about the high murder rates of women on the Reserves. The Indians would say that their women were being abducted & murdered by the Whites & the guillible Liberals, NDP, etc. refused to believe Common Sense says that it is the Indians themselves that are doing this.(How many White men do you know that liked to sneak onto an Indian Reserve & hope to find a attractive woman to rape & kill?)
Same with the high crime rates in Winnipeg. They are caused by the Indians coming down from the Reserves in Northern Manitoba hoping to find work & when there is no work, they turn to crime to survive. I parked overnight in Winnipeg & left the diesel truck running while I went into the Tim Horton’s in the morning. I come out to see a Native Punk in a black hoody trying the locked doors on my truck. And this was in broad daylight!
I was so glad to see late evening out there, as I could get the American AM Talk Radio stations then.
commented 2018-02-13 12:58:29 -0500
- And here we see Trudeau’s identity politics in action again. From the ridiculous “peoplekind” comment to justifying multimillion dollar handouts to convicted terrorists while fighting veterans in court because “they’re asking too much”, to comparing returning ISIS terrorists to Portuguese, Italians & Greeks – now he’s upset that Canada’s racist courts aren’t basing convictions on race.

- Trudeau says jump & the media party apologizes for not anticipating that they should have already been jumping. Cue the professional protesters. The mindlessness & lawlessness of the far left is appalling. If we need to do more for race relations these Liberals are the last people to do it. They divide people, they don’t unite anyone.

- Climate Barbie continues her war on the Canadian economy. Imagine the damage she’d be doing if she wasn’t an utter moron. It’s amazing that people who believe that gender is based on feelings & you can change the temperature of the planet by sending money to the UN are always talking about science. Canada is screwed until these people are out of office. In Atlas Shrugged the wealth creators & wealth generators went on strike & increasingly left the economy to the “looters” (“progressives” & their cronies). The result was that the economy died & there was actually a technological regression as it became impossible to keep complex systems operating.
commented 2018-02-13 12:45:02 -0500
Every day that goes by makes that niggling sick feeling in the pit of my stomach grow stronger and stronger. It steels my resolve. Every disturbing dictatorial thing he does just contributes to that resolve. I don’t think that is the effect Justin is going for, but my survival instincts, maternal instincts and love of my country make it the only response I am capable of.

It is so telling that instead of trying to unite and mend fences with those who oppose him, he becomes belligerent and doubles down on his ‘punishments’, determined to force submission from his opponents. Convinced he can accomplish it. He must be shown that Canadians are made of tougher stuff than that.

There are so many First nations in this country working hard to provide for their families like everyone else is. Cases like this one with Bouchie only serve to make things harder for them. Out of control drunken, armed vandals terrorizing people and destroying property, trying to run people down etc. That reckless behaviour reflects badly on all First nations trying to make their way like anyone else. Then the PM and the Minister Of Justice jump in with both feet, which results in more division and tension as well as undermines our legal system.

It has been shown that there was every attempt to make sure it was a balanced jury. The five First nations who showed up were proven unsuitable . That fact needs to be elaborated on so it can be shown that the system worked as it was meant to.

Justin Trudeau and Jodi Wilson Raybould must be reminded of their responsibilities and limits.
commented 2018-02-13 12:35:32 -0500
JAMES MACMASTER commented, Well, if Scheer had any balls he’d be yelling for the Justice Minister to resign. Instead, we get this:
“I think it is important that we remember politicians don’t decide these types of things. We have an independent judiciary,”
Like I said, if he had balls.
So true, just a little finger wag!
commented 2018-02-13 12:29:10 -0500
Iain Foulds , Actually Trudeau will only take us back to 1959 when Fidel Castto’s revolution was successful .
commented 2018-02-13 12:03:26 -0500
… When Trudeau is finished, he will have set Canada back a century.
commented 2018-02-13 11:58:34 -0500
Everyone, pay some goddamn attention, you are responsible for the consequences of your behavior and actions. Stick your finger in the light socket and your will get a shock, so why is anyone in the First Nations camp not accepting some responsibility for the behavior of their kids hooligan actions, short answer, they never do. This young man should never had to die. It is tragic. Terrible events unfolded as a result of their terrible behavior, that’s consequence, you own it.
commented 2018-02-13 11:37:24 -0500
An interesting and educational TV series worth viewing entitled “Hitler’s Empire” presents what the world would be like if the Nazis had won.
There are many obvious parallels between the Nazis of the 30’s and 40’s and present day Canada.
Things like eugenics, ethnic cleansing, master races, control of the citizens, free speech, loss of freedoms and state control of the media.
History is bound to repeat itself and if nothing is done about it, humanity will suffer.
At least under Hitler, everyone knew who the boogeymen were.
commented 2018-02-13 11:22:51 -0500
“I don’t understand why the Toronto Sun or the Edmonton Sun is playing along with this Facebook Fascism …”

Here’s my thoughts on that, DAN MANCUSO.
turdo la doo will be sending mega millions to Canada’s whining, begging press parasites. http://business.financialpost.com/telecom/media/ottawa-poised-to-help-newspapers-in-upcoming-budget

And, as reported by The Rebel, turdo la doo has also said that he wants facebook to start monitoring and removing “fake news”….which is clearly understood by all parties involved to mean anything that does not agree with the official narrative.

So, it’s just a case of the cowardly, suck-holing, and utterly pathetic press (and facebook) “getting in line” for the expectation of favours down the road.
commented 2018-02-13 11:22:03 -0500
What is the difference between Ambulance Chaser Jody Wilson-Raybould, Climate Barbie Catherine McKenna, most of the Liberal cabinet and Baby Doc Trudeau? Not much. All proving, time and time again, that they are functional idiots and ill prepared and uneducated for their position.

Lets hope that the 39% who voted for the Liberals wake up. Lets also hope the Conservative leadership gets its act together and very soon.
commented 2018-02-13 11:16:03 -0500
Why do Canadians insist on dignifying Sissy Socks as our prime minister by saying such things as Prime minister Trudeau?
We need to remove him from office as soon as possible.
But in the meantime, let’s not play to his ego by giving him a title he really does not deserve.
He is not my prime minister nor indeed my fellow Canadian since his loyalties lie elsewhere.
Trudeau is at most, like his deceased father, a charismatic buffoon who is disgracing this country and his driving it into a third world failed state of a country.
It is time for the revolution to start by simply denunciating this idiot at every chance we get.
commented 2018-02-13 11:12:14 -0500
I agree, Marcel Matte, and so well said. This story has become a political re-election campaign that Jt will climb on the head of to gain favour with the natives once again. It’s too bad they (natives) will never understand the callous nature and smell the odious stink of what he and his Justice Minister are doing. Too many games being played all at once for me. Never Trudeau 2019.