Ezra Levant takes viral billboard truck to Toronto police HQ, turns himself in

Ezra Levant takes the viral Rebel News billboard truck, displaying a third-party ad, to Toronto police headquarters, where he attempts to turn himself in after Chief Myron Demkiw announced officers were investigating the truck for an alleged hate crime.

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In front of me, Toronto City Hall. Behind me, a billboard truck.

On it are messages paid by a third party advertiser. Canadians opposed to the occupation of our streets and campuses.

The ads on that truck have raised the ire of the censorious left. 

Like mayor Olivia Chow, but also new radical censors who support Hamas. 

In Trudeau’s Canada, you’re allowed to support terrorism. But you can't criticize it.

In a bizarre turn of events, the Toronto police launched an investigation Thursday into Rebel News, claiming this billboard truck hate speech.

Though the bar to convict someone under s.319 of the Criminal Code is incredibly high, I face the prospects of serving jail time.

But, there is zero chance this billboard comes within a country mile of constituting a hate crime.

People take out ads like these is because they're tired of being let down by politicians and law enforcement.

Many from the media have also let them down.

Toronto is in decline, and a lot of that decline is attributed to crime. Meanwhile, Toronto's finest remain by the sidelines.

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