The Organizer Of Alberta's Pro-Trump Rally Has Been Charged For Breaking COVID-19 Rules
The organizer has a court date in April.
On Wednesday, January 6, antook place in Red Deer.
According to police, about 30 people were gathered “to demonstrate the U.S. Elections result.”
Photos and videos of the event show individuals wearing Make America Great Again hats and waving signs saying that Donald Trump won the 2021 election.
Red Deer RCMP said in a news release that the gathering was deemed to be breaking current public health orders and the organizer was charged accordingly.
The organizer is scheduled for a court appearance in April.
On the same day, violent Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol, sparking outraged responses from politicians likeand and eventually leading to a statement by Donald Trump telling everyone to go home peacefully.
Justin Trudeauan “attack on democracy.”
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