What the media won’t tell you about Justin Trudeau’s corruption.
We must protect 'The Libranos' from Justin Trudeau's censorship.
In the 2019 Canadian election, there were 24 books published about Justin Trudeau.
23 of those books were pro-Trudeau or neutral. And then there was “The Libranos: What the Media Won’t Tell You About Justin Trudeau’s Corruption”.
That enraged Trudeau — especially when it became a best seller (haha)! So Elections Canada assigned more than a dozen staff to investigate Ezra Levant and prosecute him. They’ve been hounding him for four years. They fined him $3,000 on two separate occasions. A Federal Court has even sided with Justin Trudeau and ruled that The Libranos was illegal and that Ezra has to pay $13,000 to the government in fines and costs. And he's already had to spend $100,000 in legal fees.
Political freedom — and the right to criticize the government — is at stake.
Which is why we need to appeal this court ruling.
If not, a terrible precedent will be set.
We’ve hired a top lawyer to handle the appeal: Sarah Miller, who managed to overturn Artur Pawlowski’s conviction in the Alberta Court of Appeal last year. So she’s used to David vs. Goliath battles!
This is really a turn for the worse — we have to change this precedent. Authors being fined for criticizing the government is something that they do in Communist China, not Canada! Please donate right here on this page to help us crowdfund the appeal!
As a special thank-you for any donation of $250 or more, we will send you a hand-signed copy of Ezra's forthcoming book about Trudeau. That book will be a collector’s item — it could literally be banned in Canada! (Thanks.)
ABOUT THE BOOK
The Libranos is the story of grifters and scammers and secret favours for friends. It’s about sociopaths who don’t hesitate for a second to break the law if it gets them ahead. But mainly it’s about an unaccomplished man who has nothing to offer but a famous last name and nice hair — and how he took power anyway, and might just do it again.
Learn more about the book by clicking here.