Protester who offered cops coffee CHARGED for not social distancing

Despite increasing restrictions, increased fines and the never-ending government impositions we have seen, COVID-19 cases continue to climb. And all throughout, we have seen innocent people charged outrageous sums of money for, essentially, living their lives.

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Today, I'm bringing you another story from Hamilton, Ontario where a protester named Fraser McBurney was charged for his involvement in a recent demonstration downtown. Fraser's terrible actions on that day seem to be offering protesters — and the officers watching the event — coffee and snacks while not remaining six feet apart. Now, police have handed him a $750 ticket under the Reopening Ontario Act.

Fraser isn't even the first person from this Hugs Over Masks group to be charged, my colleague David Menzies interviewed the 26-year-old man who organizes the protests after he was given a ticket for arranging the rally.

Watch my interview with Fraser to hear him tell his side of the story.

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