Rebel News was ATTACKED on the scene in Montreal at the '1 Million March 4 Children' protest

'Guillaume's camera was sprayed with primer paint, and I was assaulted,' said reporter Alexa Lavoie.

Rebel News was ATTACKED on the scene in Montreal at the '1 Million March 4 Children' protest
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Rebel News journalists are live on the scene at different locations across Canada for the '1 Million March 4 Children' protest organized by Kamel El-Cheikh.

This nationwide event aims to protect children from indoctrination and sexualization. While it has received mixed reactions and criticism from some union activists, Rebel journalists are there to provide a different viewpoint.

Despite having security with them, reporter Alexa Lavoie and videographer Guillaume Roy were assaulted at one of the events in Montreal by counter-protesters.

Alexa tweeted:

MONTREAL NOW: "Anti-fascists" using fascist-like tactics to attack journalists. Guillaume's camera was sprayed with primer paint, and I was assaulted at the 1 million March 4 Children.

It appears that someone with their face covered struck Alexa's hand and camera, while another individual sprayed paint on Guillaume's camera lens.

Guillaume tweeted:

Today at the '1 Million March 4 Children' in Montreal, a woke trans activist sprayed my camera with petroleum-based paint and ran away. Despite the incident, I managed to continue my work.

Rebel News is confronting the woke mob and fighting back against their efforts to sexualize and indoctrinate children.

We're taking action, as well as reporting on the nationwide protests against the transgender madness. Please chip in to support our efforts to protect kids all over Canada here at StopClassroomGrooming.com.

Can you help us keep our journalists and cameramen safe? Please go to JournalistDefenceFund.com!

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  • By Ezra Levant

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