Surely by now, you’d think that politicians and bureaucrats would know that we at Rebel News don’t bend the knee. Not for anyone. You can ban us and banish us; you can “trespass” us; you can call security guards and police on us.
We’re not going away. We fight back.
That’s because we aren’t the rank-and-file trained seals who comprise the bought and paid for Justin Trudeau Media Party. We’re independent and our mission statement is to bring you the other side of the story.
And so it is our battle continues regarding Patrick Brown, the mayor of Brampton, who seemingly believes he is exempt from his own city’s bylaws in this dark age of the Wuhan virus.
We know that because we caught Patrick Brown in the act last week, entering a Brampton arena that’s otherwise off limits to average folks, to play hockey with his buddies. When we asked him who was paying the $1,000 a day to keep the rink iced, and why he felt he was exempt from his own laws, Brown (who wasn’t wearing a mask, by the way) quickly fled the scene — leaving his hockey bag behind.
Then he fired off some tweets after our video went viral — and outright lied about what happened.
Incredibly, after our video went up, the Stage 3 rules for using Brampton facilities “magically” changed, to try to make Brown’s behaviour a-ok.
So our legal eagle, Aaron Rosenberg, fired off a letter to Paul Morrison, the Director of By-Law Enforcement in Brampton.
Here's an excerpt pointing out the shenanigans Brown is involved in when it comes to retroactively making his bad behaviour kosher.
As of August 9, 2020, the city of Brampton’s ‘Facility Rental’ website stated: ‘Arenas are open for use by affiliates/major user groups for figure skating and ice hockey and modified game play.’ Surprisingly, as of today’s date, after Rebel News aired its report on Mayor Brown’s apparent non-compliance, the website’s language was EDITED as follows: “Arenas are open for use for figure skating and ice hockey training/modified gameplay.
The rest of Rosenberg's letter can be read below: