On last night's show, I talked about the increasing violence being directed at Rebel News reporters — and the indifference we've experienced from police when this violence takes place.
David Menzies was on the scene in Kingston, where a statue of Sir John A. Macdonald was the target.
Then one of our newer reporters, Andrew Says, ventured down to city hall in Toronto, to report on the anti-police encampment.
In both cases, not only were our reporters harassed and man-handled, but the police did nothing to protect them.
In fact, police and security guards seemed to be protecting the lawless activists.
We've been obligated to hire larger security details each time.
If you can, please help us out at JournalistDefenceFund.com so we can continue to protect our reporters, and keep bringing you the other side of the story.