I can’t believe it. It’s election day in Alberta — you’d think Rachel Notley would have better things to do — but she’s still trying to get her vengeance on The Rebel.
Voters are about to throw Notley and her NDP destroyers out of office.
But Notley’s hand-picked elections staff have just filed a flurry of NEW complaints against The Rebel, as I'll show you in this report.
It’s so bizarre — none of it makes any sense, it’s all so obviously illegal — but they’re doing it anyways.
Remember, back in January, I showed you a letter we received from Notley’s hand-picked Elections Commissioner, a highly partisan activist named Lorne Gibson. He put us at The Rebel on trial without even letting us know, all over a billboard we put up last year.
Gibson's letter began:
I write in relation to an investigation undertaken by my Office regarding a complaint from Elections Alberta…
Naturally, we asked for a copy of that "complaint" — and we never received it.
Now look what I just got in the mail — dated March 18, almost a month ago, but obviously that was back-dated, since I didn’t receive it till weeks later.
So this is the "complaint"?
But how can someone file a complaint after the trial is over?
It's bizarre, until you realize what happened back in March:
Sheila Gunn Reid’s new book called Stop Notley was released and became an instant bestseller on Amazon.
Funny how all the timing works.
Remember when Keean asked one of Notley's candidate some questions, and she called the 911?
We handed out 5,000 "Stop Notley" signs to promote Sheila’s book. People love them. But then we started getting reports that the RCMP were picking up signs that our people were putting on public property. A city bylaw officer, I could understand — maybe; it sure seems like other lawn signs are all over public property. But the RCMP?
And wouldn’t you know it: I received an e-mail from a police officer in Grande Prairie threatening me with fines of up to $10,000 if he sees signs on public property.
Oh, and we just got another complaint, for another billboard we did months ago, the FirePhillips.com billboard.
Let me show you the weirdest part:
We are challenging the constitutionality of these censorship laws in court. There are hundreds of lawyers at the Justice Department. Who did Notley choose?
A lawyer for Alberta Justice, named Don Padget.
On Twitter, he’s obsessed with me and The Rebel. And he gets really weird and personal about it, referencing the Holocaust and Nazis, then linking to a page that gives personal details about my family?
Fighting all these complaints have cost The Rebel about $20,000 in legal fees.
That's $20,000 I can't spend on, for example, hiring more reporters — which is exactly why Notley is doing this.
Can you please help me out? (At least until Jason Kenney can get into power and root out these Notley zombies who are going to keep fighting for her, like undead zombies?)
Go to StandWithTheRebel.com and please chip in.
I really thought Notley and Elections Alberta would have something better to do literally on Election Day. But I was wrong. Attacking the Rebel is their hottest obsession.
Please visit StandWithTheRebel.com to help even the odds — and help me beat back Notley’s undead zombies. Thanks.