Stop the witch hunt against the five servicemen in Halifax!

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On Canada Day, five servicemen heard there was an anti-Canada rally going on in a local park in Halifax.

They went to check it out and were immediately swarmed by left wingers who told them they may not enter the park carrying the Canadian flag because it’s a flag of genocide.

The protestors were carrying an upside down Canadian flag with the word “Decolonize” written on it. The servicemen peacefully asked the mob a few questions and then quietly left.

Since then, the far left and the media have turned this innocuous story into a case of "Nazis" disrupting an Indigenous religious ceremony.

The servicemen are part of a multiracial men’s club called The Proud Boys which is anti-Nazi, not to mention that two of the five servicemen are Metis and another is gay.

Top military officials in Canada have run with this narrative, apologized to the mob and said the servicemen are facing “severe consequences.”

This is a witch hunt.

It’s despicable and we should be embarrassed that we treat our soldiers and sailors this way. We ask these men to die for our country and fight under our flag and then ruin them for daring to ask a few questions at a protest.

When this petition reaches 10,000 signatures I will fly to Halifax and personally deliver it to Rear Admiral John Newton of the Canadian Navy.

Help save these five servicemen by signing the petition below.

Sign the petition!

The five servicemen who peacefully protested an anti-Canada demonstration must be exonerated by Rear Admiral John Newton of the Royal Canadian Navy.

Will you sign?