1. Pointing out how politicians and pundits call for a lockdown (and even arrest) of working class citizens, while breaking the rules in their own lives, is legitimate journalism in the public interest. We’ve done it a dozen times, e.g. FireTory.com.
2. These days, most politicians are unelected — a whole raft of public health deep state officials who were never on any ballot, cannot be fired and have no formal scrutiny (e.g. question period, committee hearings). They’re immune from the checks and balances of democracy.
3. A lot of our new ruling class are doctors, or at least say they’re doctors and wear white lab coats. As the Milgram experiment showed us, put a guy in a lab coat and people will obey. The Nazi doctor trials showed us that too.
4. In nearly every country in the world, this new public health deep state has been caught breaking their own lockdown rules. Not just politicians, but the white lab coat guys. Here’s my fave: foxnews.com/world/uk-scien…
5. If a public health propagandist publicly and routinely calls for strict lockdowns (including jailing people without masks) it is legitimate for an independent press to see if they are following their own rules. It would be weird not to.
6. Most media in Canada take Trudeau’s bailout, so they’re not so much reporters as they are enforcers of doctrine, including lockdownism. So Theresa Tam and her mini-me’s have never been asked any critical accountability questions. (We’re banned from her press conferences.)
7. Asking citizen journalists to catch public health officials breaking lockdowns is part of democracy. If you don’t like it, don’t enter the public arena of debate with atrocious, illiberal views — stay a private person, practicing medicine, not politics.
8. Obviously none of this is a call for vigilantism — it’s a call for journalism. There is no reasonable expectation of privacy in a public place. (Whereas public health bullies themselves deeply believe in violating your privacy, from vax passes to even your private gatherings.)

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1. We have 1,000 domain names with @GoDaddy. They call us a VIP client. We’ve never had a problem in 7 years. Then suddenly, on the eve of a key vote in Australia, they deleted our website opposing a draconian lockdown law — based on a secret complaint. rebelnews.com/scandal_who_fo…
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1. Justice Adam Germain banned Artur Pawlowski from leaving the province. He said he did that to stop him from telling his story to the U.S.

What a pleasure to see that bigoted little tyrant slapped down by the Alberta Court of Appeal today.

Help us at FireTheJudge.com.
2. Germain did something else that was positively Soviet. He ordered Pastor Artur to renounce his views and rebut himself any time he criticized the government's lockdown policy. He compelled him to have a struggle session against himself -- even after a church sermon.
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