Months after a student was suspended for challenging transgender ideology, Canadian teenager Josh Alexander was detained at a protest while handing out free Bibles
Freedom Alliance Canada coordinated a global leave as of late called “I Stand With Josh Alexander” in dissent of his suspension. Fights at Western Canada Secondary School in Calgary took a turn when a conflict resulted among protestors and counter-protestors.
Alexander, albeit compromised and moved by counter-protestors, was caught in a video being confined by police.
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“I surely don’t think it was an occurrence that following four minutes at the dissent, police waiting patiently, seeing me being attacked by a horde with my hands up high and they choose to capture Josh Alexander at the I Stand with Josh Alexander rally.
So I don’t think there is any fortuitous event there,” Alexander shared on “Fox and Companions Weekend,” Saturday.
Last week’s fight prompted two captures, however the two people, one of who was distinguished as Alexander, were delivered without charges.
“Today I was cuffed and placed in a paddy cart for offering understudies Books of scriptures on a public walkway in Calgary.
I was delivered and told assuming I returned I would be captured and charged. I kept giving out Books of scriptures. For I’m not embarrassed about the Good news of Christ,” Alexander tweeted a week ago.
Alexander did say he was “impressed” that “it would appear, [Calgary police are] going to be pressing charges against a few of the individuals that assaulted me.”
The protests were largely in response to an earlier incident involving Alexander at St. Joseph’s High School in Renfrew, Ontario in November.