Yukon Strong: Guest DJ Sumanik on gun rights in Canada

On Saturday, September 12, on Parliament Hill, 5000 Canadians from all across the country and from all walks of life came together in the nation’s capital to participate in the Canadian Coalition for Firearms Rights (CCFR) Integrity March.

The marchers want integrity from politicians — the Liberals to be exact — who rammed through a massive gun ban of 1500 models of hunting rifles and shotguns in the middle of a pandemic, outside the scrutiny of Parliament, through an Order in Council.

It’s undemocratic, and it’s scapegoating of law abiding gun owners as the ones responsible for the rising crime rates in Canadian cities.

Rebel News was in Ottawa at the march with a team of reporters on the ground to get the whole story because we knew the state broadcaster and the rest of the mainstream media would not. They have to protect their paymaster, Justin Trudeau.

The CBC misreported the number of marchers as “hundreds,” said the CCFR declined to speak to them (when the CCFR did — it's one video) and downplayed the groundswell of mainstream anger and opposition to the arbitrary reclassification of firearms.

It was a busy day and you can see our coverage of the event and support our travel that day at HandsOffOurGuns.ca.

In fact, the day was so busy, that I didn’t get to talk to everyone I wanted to. My guest is one of those people.

Joining me tonight from his home in the Yukon is DJ Sumanik. Some of you may know him as Yukon Strong. He’s a hunting guide, avid outdoorsman, YouTuber, and one of the most prominent voices in the gun control debate in Canada.