Caylan Ford speaks out: Former UCP candidate reveals why she was “cancelled”

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Lindsay Shepherd, Barbara Kay, and Caylan Ford spoke about their experiences with cancel culture at an event in Calgary on Thursday night.

Antifa showed up with posters and brochures pleading to attendees to help them shut down the event — but they were unsuccessful.

"Cancel culture is consequence culture”, the Antifa crowd murmured to themselves as The Junction, the new free speech establishment in downtown Calgary, hosted the panel, which included Lindsay Shepherd, Barbara Kay and Caylan Ford, the former UCP candidate for Calgary-Mountain View.

Ford opened up about her story, talking about Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi and leftie-driven political assassinations. (Ford's claims have not been independently verified by Rebel News.)


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