Police Arrest Teen for Handing Out Bibles
During the pandemic, we saw an unprecedented amount of tyranny against Christianity. In America, we have the right to gather together to worship God. This is enshrined in our Constitution. So when Democrats tried to shut down churches and tell them that they were no longer allowed to worship in the manner in which the bible prescribes, this caused a lot of controversy and opposition.
One of the most notable instances of this was in California at Grace Community Church where John MacArthur pastors. His church opposed the mandates and that ticked off Gavin Newsom to no end. He was so mad that he even stole their parking lot from them and allegedly had nails put in the parking lot to deter people from going there.
As bad as all of that was, things are a little worse in Canada, even at this very moment because they are arresting people up there.
On Wednesday in Calgary, Alberta, an altercation broke out between the Sava Canada group and pro-transgender counter-protestors during a demonstration. Reportedly, Canadian police arrested a teenager who was handing out bibles during the incident.
According to a report from Rebel News, 16-year-old Josh Alexander was reportedly handcuffed for causing a disturbance and inciting violence after approaching activists during an “International Walkout” event supported by the Liberty Coalition Canada.
“Today I was handcuffed and put in a paddy wagon for offering students bibles on a public sidewalk in Calgary,” Alexander said in a tweet. “I was released and told if I returned, I would be arrested and charged.”
“I continued handing out bibles,” he added. “For I am not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ.”
According to Calgary police, my views were too "inflammatory" to be expressed near the Western Canada HS.
Thankfully some of my assailants were charged after the event.
I will not yield to the pressure of the woke mob or corrupt state.
We will continue to spread the truth in… pic.twitter.com/OHqEa7qqcJ
— Josh Alexander (@officialJosh_A) May 17, 2023
Maxime Bernier, leader of the People’s Party of Canada, condemned Canadian authorities in a tweet, accusing law enforcement of displaying a double standard of justice.
“If you burn a church in this country, the police won’t devote any resources to catching you,” Bernier said. “If you hand out bibles on the sidewalk however — or hold a rally to defend fundamental rights in a time of hysteria — you will be arrested and fined immediately. We’re a sick society.”