“I will go to jail again – to fight for freedom”: People’s Party leader

by Anthony Murdoch

Maxime Bernier, on the campaign trail, spent a short time in jail in June for breaking Manitoba COVID-19 health rules.

DIDSBURY, Alberta (LifeSiteNews) – People’s Party of Canada (PPC) leader Maxime Bernier said he would go back to prison to fight for people’s freedoms.  

“I said yesterday, it was the first time [getting arrested], and it will be the last one, but maybe I’m wrong,” said Bernier on Tuesday while speaking at a PPC rally in Didsbury, Alberta. 

“Because I will fight for you, and if I have to go to jail again, I will go to jail again – to fight for freedom.”  

Bernier, who has been a strong opponent of COVID-19 jab mandates, lockdowns, and vaccine passports was referring to his June arrest in the province of Manitoba.  

Bernier is on the campaign trail in anticipation of the September 20 federal election. While speaking in Cochrane, Alberta on Monday, Bernier said that Alberta is “my second home. I like it, we share the same views and the same values.” 

Bernier is a former Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) MP and Cabinet minister who almost won the CPC leadership race in 2017.  

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