Maxime Bernier Arrested in Manitoba

Photo credit: Laïssa Pamou

The leader of the People’s Party of Canada, Maxime Bernier, Was arrested last Friday in St-Pierre-Jolys, Manitoba while on a political rally road trip. He had been ticketed earlier that day, and as he continued his trip, he was pulled over and arrested.

The reason for his ticket was that he did not quarantine for 14 days upon entering the province of Manitoba.

This has the feel for many that the Federal and Provincial governments are using health mandates in the provinces to shut down and silence political opposition in the face of an “urgent election” strategy that was enacted a week or so ago by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

What is it that the Prime Minister fears? Is it that conservative forces are organizing from the grass roots to deprive them of their political “great reset” upon which the seem so fixated? Naw, that couldn’t happen, now could it… [But we sure hope so. -Ed.]

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