Protesting is a right in any free country — so it seems that Canada is no longer free.
On February 25th, Pastor Derek Reimer protested a drag queen story time at a library in Calgary. Now he’s behind bars.
Video captures Reimer being physically removed from the drag queen story hour. The mayor of Calgary, Jyoti Gondek, then took to Twitter to complain that he hadn’t been arrested.
Reimer was arrested shortly after for “hate motivated crimes.”
Besides the obvious issue here — a man being arrested for protesting (as well as children being exposed to sexual degeneracy) — Gonzales takes the issue a step further.
She says, “I need more of you to come out and do exactly what that pastor did. I need you to stand up. I need you to tell them that this is wrong. I need you to be loud. I need you to not break any laws. I need it all to be peaceful.”
She continues, “But we need more people actually interrupting these things. And now these damn Canadian law enforcement officers have arrested this guy, and my people are going to think that that’s going to come in America soon. So, we better not stand up and speak out because we might be arrested just like that pastor in Canada.”
Ezra Levant agrees, “The process is the punishment.”
Pastor Derek Reimer is being made an example of. He’s being used to show clear-thinking, moral individuals who take issue with the sexualization of children that if they decide to stand up, they’ll meet a similar fate.
You can help ease Pastor Derek Reimer’s burden and get him out of jail by donating to https://www.savepastorderek.com
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