DECEMBER 5, 2020 – Anti Mask advocate & #covidiot Randy Hillier, sitting MPP of Perth, was steaming after his son was tasered by OPP in an infraction regarding the wearing of masks in a local pup in Perth.
From the OPP
TWO CHARGED AFTER DISTURBANCE IN DOWNTOWN PERTH
(PERTH, ON) – Members of the Lanark Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have charged two people after an incident in downtown Perth.
On December 4, 2020, shortly before 10:30 p.m., officers responded to a bar on Foster Street. The owner requested police remove several individuals, as a result of a dispute over a failure to wear face masks, which are required under provincial health regulations. Business owners may request that patrons leave their premises and can request police assistance if patrons fail to do so under the Trespass to Property Act.
While one individual left voluntarily, others were escorted from the location. Once outside, individuals refused to leave the area and became assaultive with officers. A Controlled Energy Weapon (CEW) was deployed and two individuals were arrested.
The males were charged with Public Intoxication under the Liquor Licensing Act and were released in the morning.
The MPP was on a rampage as seen by his tweet:
Is it a coincidence this week I complained to @OPP_ER of them entering businesses and threatening 100k fines to store owners who are exempt from wearing masks. Tonight my son gets tasered in the back for defending an exempt mask wearer. @fordnation is a police state #onpoli https://t.co/SZONgI7cDG
— Randy Hillier (@randyhillier) December 5, 2020
Mr. Hillier also tweeted out the name of the officer to allegedly tasered his son who was charged because of the incident.
The province is finally starting to enforce emergency laws to prevent the spread of Covid-19 with numbers rising in Ontario. Why a MPP, who is sworn to withhold the law would be reaching out to the OPP for this is bewildering?
That he seems to be implying that the OPP would taser his son as retribution suggests some heavy paranoia. MPP Hillier was recently charged under the action and could face as much as a $100,000.00 fine and possible jail time.
Ontario just reported over 1800 cases of Covid-19 with no sign of lower numbers in sight.
But for a sitting MPP to boycott a local business for simply trying to uphold the law? That’s some kind of crazy as local mom and pop businesses across Canada are struggling to keep their doors open.
We will update as more information becomes available.
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