Ontario cop pushes kid off scooter, Alberta's brutal restaurant lockdowns

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Welcome to Rebel Roundup, ladies and gentlemen — and the rest of you — in which we look back at some of the very best commentaries of the week by your favourite Rebels. I’m your host, David Menzies.

At Rebel News, we tend to back the blue, even though the actions of certain members of law enforcement during the pandemic are making us question our support. The latest case in point: A Gravenhurst, Ontario OPP officer who thought it was a jolly good idea to push a 12-year-old boy off his scooter… it was for his own safety, you see. Our ace videographer, Lincoln Jay, has the scoop…

Sheila Gunn Reid recently paid a visit to the little Chef n' Pigeon Lake. The owner, Nathan Zukiwski, simply wants to earn a living, employ his staff and serve his appreciative customers. But there is a roadblock standing in his way. And that roadblock is the government, which is threatening to put Nathan out of business and relocate him to a jail cell. Again, all in the name of safety. Just wait ‘til you hear all the nitty-gritty details…

And letters, we get your letters, we get ’em every minute of every day. And you had plenty to say about my absolutely surreal visit to an LCBO store in Toronto that ended up with the manager locking down the store and then calling the police. My sin: I merely wanted merchandise that had been bought and paid for. But when you are dealing with a belligerent government monopoly, expecting NOT to get ripped off is apparently too much to ask.

Those are your Rebels, now let’s round ‘em up...

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