Chris Saccoccia, who has been leading anti-mask protests all summer, says the schools will “save the children” from “masks and social distancing and indoctrination.”
"I don’t know much about the movement, other than that I understand they like me very much, which I appreciate," he said.
A weekly anti-mask rave held on a small beach in Toronto was thrust into the headlines when two men threatened the crowd with chainsaws after last week's party.
While we’ve seen mask exemption cards before, this is the first time they come from a major municipality and not conspiracy theorists.
“It's not a nuke. Not even a small one.”
A man connected to a fringe right-wing Canadian patriot group camping in Ottawa tried to arrest the prime minister. It didn't go well.
The 57-year-old conspiracy theorist is on the run from police after being charged with two counts of "engaging in conduct to impede performance of justice duties."
"Earthquakes happen, people die," said a former conspiracy theorist. "There isn't always a nefarious plot behind it."
Corey Hurren, who had allegedly posted QAnon conspiracy content online, faces 22 charges.
“Nearly 19 years ago, my wife, who had an undiagnosed heart condition, fell and hit her head on her desk at work,” Timothy Klausutis wrote in a letter to Twitter.
David Wilcock and Corey Goode are peddling salvation, protection from the "illuminati deep state," and bogus COVID-19 explanations to millions on YouTube.