Canada’s Bernier Warned Not to Campaign. Faces $100,000 Fine & More Jail Time

ER Editor: Readers may also be interested in this Global News (MSM warning) story regarding Chris Sky (Chris Saccoccia), who has had an arrest warrant issued against him in the same Canadian province, Manitoba (centre of the country), as Maxime Bernier. See Arrest warrant issued in Manitoba for Ontario anti-mask rally organizer Chris Sky.


Conservative politician Maxime Bernier was arrested on Friday in Manitoba, apparently for having violated provincial health provisions requiring personal quarantine and limiting outdoor gatherings to no more than 5 people as he was going about his provincial tour. He was arrested and let go, but with warnings about severe fines being imposed and further arrests. Barnier has stood firm in his comments, recognizing the violation of fundamental freedoms guaranteed under the Canadian Charter. See the following tweets:



Health restrictions are the perfect tool for extreme political censorship, as Alex Christoforou notes below.


Here are Alex Christoforou’s comments on the matter:

  • It’s all about hobbling the competition, those critical of the government. Covid restrictions are the ideal justification.
  • Bernier was arrested and then let go on Friday. He was on his Mad Max Manitoba Tour, and was due to go to Winnipeg on Saturday. He was charged under the public health act.
  • First they censor the political opposition ONLINE, then they censor the opposition OFFLINE.
  • These powers won’t be taken away from governments once the crisis has passed. It is a sign of things to come.
  • If you organize events for BLM, or pro-government, left, Marxist events, you’re exempt and miraculously Covid won’t even spread at these events.  But if you’re from the conservative right, you’ll be arrested and heavily fined.
  • Once again, Canada is leading the way in the march toward a dystopian, globalist future.

‘I Will Not Surrender My Constitutional Rights’


Canada’s Bernier warned not to campaign. Faces $100,000 fine & more jail time


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Source article: Maxime Bernier released after arrest in Manitoba for violating public health orders



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