The mask is soon to be pulled off the shadowy Trudeau-funded organization.
Caryma Sa’d, a lawyer and amateur journalist, has served the “Anti-Hate” Network (CAHN) with a $100,000 lawsuit in federal court for defamation.
The lawsuit seeks an injunction to compel CAHN to cease the defamation campaign launched against her. It seeks to expose the identities of the anonymous people associated with organization.
Additionally, it seeks an order preventing CAHN from using the misleading phrase “anti-hate” in its name.
The lawsuit requests $50,000 in general damages and $50,000 in aggravated damages. CAHN as well as “independent journalist” Morgan Yew are named as defendants in the action filed in federal court.
A copy of the lawsuit was posted to Sa’d’s Twitter page. She attempted to serve the organization’s director earlier in the week.
Sa’d filed this action in response to a long-standing dispute between her and the shadowy Antifa-adjacent organization.
The relationship soured between Sa’d and CAHN after several Antifa members, employed or otherwise linked to CAHN, shut down her comedy event in Summer 2021.
Toronto 99 reported on the July 2021 event. In an interview. Sa’d referred to the events as a “gang war” and said the Antifa members that shut down her comedy show were “militant.”
In response to Sa’d’s choice to host the legal and constitutionally-protected comedy show, CAHN and Antifa members linked to organization began a defamation campaign that continues to this day.
Anonymous accounts on Twitter have falsely claimed Sa’d is a “racist” and a “white supremacist.” This is despite her being a dark-skinned Muslim women that has dedicated significant time to exposing and fighting racism and white supremacy.
CAHN has received funding from the Trudeau government in the form of “anti-racism” grant money.
Sa’d argues in the lawsuit that the organization is essentially a racket, falsely marketing itself as advocating for “anti-racism” and “anti-hate” to score money from the government and from gullible donors.
Antifa is a violent organization, as was determined by a judge in Ontario. A Trump supporter was shot and killed in Portland by an Antifa member in 2020, as was reported by VOA.
Members of Antifa claim that they don’t belong to an organization, and Antifa is more of an “idea” or a “movement.” However, reporting by Sa’d, as well as Andy Ngo, suggest that Antifa may be more organized than its members would like the public to believe.
Toronto 99 previously reported on audio from an Antifa member where she stated she receives money directly from Justin Trudeau. That woman later clarified that she was “joking.”
Many remain unconvinced, and believe the ties between the Trudeau government and Antifa run deep.
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