Canadian “vaccine refugees” are fleeing to the U.S. for jabs

Remove Ads Although the mainstream media will try to tell you otherwise, Justin Trudeau’s COVID vaccine procurement program has been a disaster. It has gotten so bad, in fact, that Canadians are fleeing to the United States to receive their vaccine. The majority of Canadians who are leaving seem to be going to either Arizona or Florida, two states that are allowing even Canadians to receive the vaccine. The United States has become so efficient in vaccine distribution, thanks to former President Donald Trump’s Operation Warp Speed, that the country is vaccinating nearly 2,000,000 people per day. That means that they are vaccinating as many people per day as Canada has vaccinated ever. Even when adjusted on a per capita basis,

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Public health regulations are not “the law!” United We Roll founder Glen Carritt

Remove Ads On the latest episode of The Gunn Show, United We Roll founder Glen Carritt joined Sheila Gunn Reid to discuss the restrictions on civil liberties in Alberta, his campaign for mayor and why the province keeps moving the goalposts to end the lockdown. Here’s a bit of what Glen had to say: “…this is wrong. What people need to realize is that this is not the law. These are health regulations… laws have to go in front of legislature, and yes… we voted Jason Kenney in, and whether you like what he’s doing or not, he is our elected official. But they shouldn’t have the right to enforce these laws on us. We still need to have freedom. “As

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Searching for answers at a quarantine hotel — and we got some… sort of

Remove Ads It’s been about a week since those new and not-so-improved quarantine hotels went into operation, thanks to Justin Trudeau’s Order in Council issued in late February. And if one were to give this program a letter grade, surely it would be F — as in F for Fiasco. After all, what have we witnessed thus far? How about a 1-800 quarantine hotel hotline that simply does not work? Surly service. Grotesque food that not even a dog would consume. Substandard hotel room accommodations. Absolutely outrageous room rates (typically, about $2,000 for a three-night stay). And, most shockingly of all, allegations of sexual assault against female inmates — er, I mean “guests.” I recently had the chance to interview Cristina Teixeira

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“You’re sacrificing your children”: Sam Sorbo on lockdowns, homeschooling & indoctrination

Sam Sorbo is a podcaster, radio host, and author of the new book WORDS FOR WARRIORS: Fight Back Against Crazy Socialists and the Toxic Liberal Left. In this interview, we discuss troubles with the modern public school system. Sorbo comments on the excuse that many parents have about the lack of socialization children face when taken out of public school. “We are brainwashed by schools”, Sorbo says, specifically regarding government policy and the enforcement of lockdowns. Sorbo isn’t buying excuses for removing children from the public school system. When asked about the hurdles of homeschooling or possible “sacrifices,” she doesn’t see it that way. When it comes to what is being taught and the authority parents are relinquishing to schools and teachers,

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VIEWERS REACT: Cancer appointment missed due to COVID quarantine

Remove Ads On the latest episode of Rebel Roundup, David Menzies responded to viewer mail concerning several recent stories, including one about Mike Bedard of Sudbury, Ontario, a contract worker who recently had to return to Canada for an important doctor’s appointment given that Mike, unfortunately, has cancer. Because Mike was confined to a Radisson COVID quarantine facility on arrival, he was actually prevented from seeing his doctor for that cancer treatment appointment — which was the very reason he flew back to Ontario in the first place.  Here’s a bit of what David had to say: “…not only was Mike Bedard held against his will, this essential worker also missed his doctor’s appointment to have his cancer treated, but I

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What does $3,400 get you at a quarantine hotel? Deceptive pricing, horrible food, awful service

Remove Ads It’s been about a week since those new (and not-so-improved) quarantine hotels went into operation thanks to the latest Justin Trudeau order in council late in February. And if one were to give this program a letter grade, surely it would be F — as in F for Fiasco. After all, what have we witnessed thus far? How about a 1-800 quarantine hotel hotline that simply does not work. Surly service. Grotesque food that not even a dog would consume. Substandard hotel room accommodations. Absolutely outrageous room rates — typically, about $2,000 for a three-night stay. And, most shockingly of all, allegations that some of the jailors at these lovely incarceration hotels are sexually assaulting female inmates –

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Protesting outside an NHL arena nets family $2,600 in fines

Remove Ads Back in January, Melissa Hildebrand and her husband Kelly attended a small protest outside the Bell MTS Centre. As Melissa puts it: If the Winnipeg Jets can play and make a living, so can the rest of Manitoba. If athletes can play sports, then it’s time to open recreational activities for children and teens who are suffering without. However, once Melissa and her husband left the rally, they were pulled over by Winnipeg police. According to Melissa, six police officers surrounded their car, demanded their ID and wrote them tickets for attending the “illegal gathering” in front of the MTS centre. The Hildebrand family received two tickets totalling nearly $2,600! The Hildebrands feel as though they were treated

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CBC blames 1980s American radio and Donald Trump for public mistrust of journalism

Remove Ads On last night’s episode of The Ezra Levant Show, we looked at a CBC “editor’s note” from a guy named Brodie Fenlon: Canadian trust in journalism is wavering. Here’s what CBC News is doing about it. Here’s a bit of what Ezra had to say about the article: “So people in Canada don’t trust the CBC because of Donald Trump. Now that’s an Escher drawing if ever there was one. “The CBC hates Donald Trump — just like Trudeau does. They blame him for everything. He’s been gone as president for over a month, but they still can’t stop grousing about him. It’s an example of their bias — and in many cases, their misinformation. They were huge promoters of the

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COVID spending bill passes Senate with ZERO Republican supporters

Remove Ads Senate Democrats have passed President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 spending bill with zero support from the Republicans with a margin of 50-49 over an intraparty standoff over unemployment benefits.   The bill was passed through the Senate after a session that lasted an entire day from Friday night into Saturday. It faced delays after a Republican lawmaker insisted that the massive bill be read before the Senate before the vote.   The revised legislation is expected to provide $300 in weekly unemployment benefits through Sept. 6, down from the initially proposed $400, and send $1,400 in direct payments to fewer Americans than the bill that almost made its way to Trump. It will also direct $350 billion to state

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Texas governor backs legislation prohibiting Big Tech from censoring conservative speech

Remove Ads Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is pushing a piece of legislation titled Senate Bill 12, that would prohibit social media companies like Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter from “censoring Texans based on viewpoints they express.”  “Too many social media sites silence conservative speech and ideas, and trample free speech. It’s un-American, un-Texan, and soon to be illegal,” Abbott wrote on Twitter.  I am joining @SenBryanHughes to announce a bill prohibiting social media companies from censoring viewpoints. Too many social media sites silence conservative speech and ideas and trample free speech. It’s un-American, Un-Texan, & soon to be illegal.https://t.co/zSdirRa1pj — Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) March 5, 2021 Abbott joined state Sen. Bryan Hughes to discuss the bill in a press conference held

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