MOSTLY PEACEFUL BLOOD-COVERED CHAINSAW WIELDERS: Men With Chainsaws Yell At People In Toronto At Cherry Beach

The failed politicians will likely respond to this by demonizing law-abiding gun owners somehow.

An incredibly disturbing incident took place at Cherry Beach in Toronto.

It happened Sunday morning.

Two blood-covered men wielding chainsaws emerged from the bushes, and started yelling at people on the beach, menacing them and revving the chainsaws.

You can watch the video below:

Apparently, the men were part of a larger fight earlier, and then returned with chainsaws.

They were later taken into custody.

Surprisingly, Toronto mayor John Tory said it was related to a ‘protest’:

“There is a protest that seems to happen weekly at Queen’s Park and it seems, according to the information that has been given to me, a number of the very same people then end up at Cherry Beach having some sort of a gathering.”

“Clearly an incident like this would cause us to want to keep a very careful eye on both these gatherings themselves, because gatherings beyond certain numbers and at certain times… are regulated at this moment in time and also ones that scare or otherwise disturb people, we want to keep an eye on as well.”

What kind of protests feature people covered in blood wielding chainsaws?

Probably one of those “mostly peaceful protests” we hear so much about.

Of course, as gang crime and violence has surged in Toronto, Tory and politicians like Justin Trudeau have instead focused on wielding the power of government against law-abiding Canadian gun owners, focusing all their attention on a group of people don’t commit crime.

This massive waste of time and resources is dividing the country, allowing real threats to go unaddressed, and making Canada a more dangerous place.

Spencer Fernando

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