Canada Could Prosecute You For ‘Misgendering’

Chrissy Clark Contributor
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A new bill in Canada would prosecute anyone that misgendered, criticized, or protested against transgenderism, according to video footage from a Canadian official.

Anyone deemed “transphobic, homophobic, or offensive” would face prosecution and a $25,000 fine. Don’t believe me? Here’s the proof.

For being offensive?! You can get fined $25,000 if you offend the nation of Canada’s biggest snowflakes. That says a lot given how much snow they get up in the Great White North.

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