An anti-government extremist that trolled the mainstream media is facing serious charges in Saskatchewan.
Jeremy Mackenzie is wanted on four charges in Saskatchewan, two of which are firearm related counts, as reported by local media.
Mackenzie is a white nationalist, anti-Semitic PPC-supporter that has made a name for himself by espousing extreme views on his podcast.
He drew further attention to himself by marching with anti-mandate activist James Topp, then shaking hands with Pierre Poilievre during a meet-and-great.
The mainstream media was quick to condemn Poilievre for this perceived misstep, and left-wing trolls on Twitter turned a photo of the incident into a meme.
However, Poilievre was quick to push back, stating that he denounces racism, while indirectly separating himself from Mackenzie.
Mackenzie has made thinly-veiled threats against Toronto 99 staff. A video of the incident has been circulated on social media by online sleuths that monitor Mackenzie.
Jeremy Mackenzie is already out on bail for gun charges in Nova Scotia. He was also charged for uttering threats against Nova Scotia’s public health officer.
Mackenzie has been labelled as an ideologically-motivated violent extremist (IMVE) by Canada’s Integrated Terrorism Assessment Centre.
A report produced by the agency and leaked to the media describes him as a “Canadian accelerationalist influencer.”
Accelerationism is a political theory that Western governments are “irreparably corrupt.” The philosophy has reportedly inspired white supremacist killers across the world.
UPDATE: After receiving a copyright complaint, the picture on this article was replaced.
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