$2,800 — That’s how much Mark Friesen was fined for exercising his charter rights. The intimidation tactics for those speaking against the narrative continues to ramp up. How will Canadians who believe in freedom respond?
Freedom isn’t free — and many are paying the price already.
Mr. Friesen won’t be — he’ll be fighting it in court — with the legal fees he’s gathered through a GoFundMe.
I support the general essence of the movement — If supporting the movement means liberty, rights and freedoms, upholding the Charter, and unifying behind those that fight for the Charter — then yes I support the Line’s movement. However, upon a recent interview with Lamont Daigle, I was left uneasy about whom was acting as the ambassador for the civil liberties group.
Staley: “So if I’m understanding this correctly, everything they’re telling us is “mandatory” and “law” is still subject to the Canadian Bill of Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms?”