A Canadian pastor The children’s drag queen, who has been jailed three times for protesting events over the past five weeks, has recently spent the Easter weekend lashing out at hate speech.
Pastor Derek Reimer, 36, was arrested on warrants for his arrest last week after protesting near a Drug Storytime event. According to CBC. He now faces eight new charges of criminal harassment, creating a disturbance and violating conditions of release.
Calgary police confirmed to CBC that the allegations are being investigated as hate-motivated.
Reimer, who runs Mission 7, a street church ministry, was first arrested after a Feb. 25 protest against Royalty’s reading event in Calgary, where crowds physically threw him out of the Seton Library in Calgary, Alberta. Public libraries and featured local drag performers read to children.
He was caught a second time in a parking lot across the street from the Signal Hill Library in Calgary, the video shows. Police cuffing him And dragging on the pavement before being pulled over by a police car. He has been charged with violating a restraining order that prohibits him from associating with known LGBTQ people or being within 200 meters of the LGBTQ community.
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Rimer’s most recent arrest came after he allegedly caused a disturbance and committed criminal harassment at an event with Reading Royalty at the Country Hills Library in Calgary.
Police said Reimer appeared with a microphone and shouted hate speech at the event’s participants, CBC reported. It is said that when the pastor entered the library and asked to speak to the manager, he made hate speech and harassed the manager and staff, causing them to worry for their safety.
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Reimer is accused of causing a disturbance outside a Saddletown library last Sunday, where police recorded him yelling into a microphone that upset attendees during a drag queen story.
Shortly after Reimer’s first arrest, Calgary City Council passed a Safe and Inclusive Access Ordinance, which prohibits protesting within 100 meters of a recreation facility or library entrance. The city council has amended its current public behavior bylaw to include the word “intimidation,” CBC reports.
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Pastor Arthur PawlowskiA man who knew Reimer and made international headlines during his repeated arrests and jailing for keeping his Calgary church open during the pandemic told Fox News Digital that Reimer’s arrest shows the government’s apparent hatred of Christianity.
Because of the spate of Queens incidents involving children in Calgary, Pawlowski said Reimer “decided he felt God was calling him to expose that, to challenge that.”
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“I’ve been warning Canadians for a long time — and Americans, too — that you buy what you put up with,” Pawlowski said. “If you tolerate corruption, you will be ruled by corruption; if you tolerate perversion, you will eventually be ruled by perversion.”