On Saturday, hundreds of Spirit Unicorn Syndicate police officers assembled at the Queen’s Manor Event Centre in Brampton, Ont.
They were there to take part in something called 'Pride in Policing.' All of which might be all well and good, except that this shindig was being staged by the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police.
That’s a no-no.
While it’s okay for individual police officers to attend functions, the problem is that the police itself cannot host such events. This makes for an ethics code violation.
The idea is that police forces cannot serve two masters; in fact, cops shouldn't be serving any master at all. Law enforcement personnel are supposed to remain completely neutral.
So why was Saturday’s gay gala tolerated in the first place? Granted, we know that the current woke mantra these days is: “if it’s LGBT it’s good and if it’s good it’s LGBT.”
But nevertheless, that gala was ethically offside. And Rebel News was tipped off that several police chiefs – i.e., the kind who like to, you know, uphold the law – were not happy about this event taking place.
Of note, we did a little research in terms of who sits on the board of Pride in Policing. And knock us down with a feather!
The co-chair is none other than Toronto Police Constable Robert Chevalier he/him/his.
If the name Robert Chevalier he/him/his rings a bell, maybe that’s because we featured this dude in our video about the mandatory transgender training that the poor, normal Toronto cops are now forced to endure.
It should be noted that Chevalier he/him/his has a very creative solution when it comes to NOT "misgendering" children.
For example, if one has a niece, maybe that niece could be identified as male.
That would make her a nephew. Maybe. So it is that Chevalier refers to his niece/maybe-nephew as a “nibbling” just to be safe. No, we’re not making this up, folks. And are you comfortable that this loon is packing heat?
We arrived at the venue’s parking lot about a half-hour before showtime. We were there to simply report on this ethics code violation. Even though we had no intention of entering the venue, a gay police officer told us to vacate the parking lot or be charged with trespassing!
We can only assume that the LGBT’ers didn’t like Rebel News exposing the fact that their gathering was unethical (you weren’t expecting the mainstream media to do that, were you?)
What an egregious situation. One would think that law enforcement officers would be all about setting a good example and upholding the law. But no.
How perversely ironic that something called Pride in Policing turned out to be a downright shameful display indeed.