Friday, November 19, 2021

Anti-mandate MPP launches Ontario First Party

Hillier announces run for Ontario Premier with new Ontario PPC party | Kingstonist - Cris Vilela:

November 8, 2021 - "Independent Member of Provincial Parliament for Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston Randy Hillier announced on the morning of Monday, Nov. 8, 2021 that he would be running for Premier of Ontario in the next provincial election with a newly-formed Ontario PPC party. He made the announcement at a rally against vaccine mandates in Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square.

"'I’ve got a little bit of announcement … you may have seen some paperwork going around the audience today. We’re gonna fight this politically as well. The purple wave is coming to Ontario,' Hillier announced to the crowd. 'We want to fight for freedom, for justice, for democracy, for fairness,' he continued. 'We have to fight this everywhere. But this is a cultural war, and how we win cultural wars is also at the ballot box … the purple wave is here, and we’ll be on the ballot box, and I’ll be leading them for the June election in 2022,' Hillier said, to cheers from the gathered crowd."

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Pro-freedom, anti-mandate MPP announces run for Ontario Premier under new People’s Party - LifeSite News - Anthony Murdoch:  

November 9, 2021 - "Hillier, who has been an MPP since 2007, has been a fierce opponent to mask and COVID-19 jab mandates, having spoken at many anti-lockdown and pro-freedom rallies for well over a year. After being tossed from the Ontario Progressive Conservative (PC) by Premier Doug Ford in 2019, Hillier has sat as an independent for the riding of Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston.

"On Sunday, Hillier said that the people are in a 'war' against 'the enemy of big pharma, big corporate interests that are profiteering through these 20 months' as well as 'big government' and public health.

"'To win this battle, it only takes one thing, and for all of us, to be honest, all of us to have this courage, the conviction, to speak truthfully and honestly, we’re going to fight this politically as well,” Hillier said. 'We ... are doing this for sons, our daughters, our grandsons, our granddaughters. Let’s do it and make sure that they have just as much freedom as when I was when I was that little boy back in elementary school. And let’s have a culture that reflects our faith, our freedom, and our family'....

"Hillier is not the only independent Ontario MPP who will be running in the 2022 provincial election under a new party. Cambridge MPP Belinda Karahalios, who was ousted from Ford’s PC party for voting against extending lockdowns, started a new conservative Ontario party with her husband Jim called 'The New Blue Party of Ontario.' The New Blue Party of Ontario will be a 'true blue' party with 'blue values,' the couple said."

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