Brad Flutey announced he had been booted from the Social Credit political party as the Northland candidate.
Flutey made a video announcement last week on Telegram following the removal of his Facebook page Outspoken, which had over five thousand followers.
Per usual, rants are posted to get the heat off his chest. However, this time he cannot spread dis/misinformation, hateful and inciteful comments over mainstream social media platforms after being removed. But it doesn't stop there.
Image: CC/ DCA (Facebook)
Flutey has spoken out inappropriately too many times to count against the current government in administration, assuming they're taking rights away. To the point claiming freedom is under attack, that the Covid-19 vaccination rollout and mask mandates on private property is tyranny — comparing it to Nazism or Hitler.
For weeks and months on end, he'd posted a number of attacks against certain individuals, including Sam Hudson — incited violence, hate speech and fear to the followers of his page to get a dopamine kick.
It is quite common for Flutey to rant just about anything if he's not right. He has always felt the need to be right whatever the circumstance; otherwise, uses the word snowflake in debate to sound like an intelligent critical thinker.
He's also made bogus allegations the vaccine is poison and effectively discouraged people from getting it. On the contrary, the vaccine is safe and effective and a key tool being used to fight back against the virus.
Image: CC/ Telegram
The mattering part is Flutey being kicked out of the Social Credit party. In the announcement, he says the boot was an intention to get rid of him. Of course.. it was not his fault.
“I thought I would update everyone on Telegram. The Social Credit Party has removed me as the candidate for Northland. I can't really definitively say why,” he said.
“They essentially tried to get around the fact that they had removed me for my opinions by cleverly not telling me when my membership expired, and it looks as though they are not accepting a new application.”
“My opinions clash with the opinions of the leader.”
He added that he's no longer the Northland candidate for the party, sobbing; “it's not really bad news, it's just a message to everybody that if you join a party, you make sure their constitution is up to scratch” because he's not the leader to dictate things his way.
Flutey, in the end, concluded that he wanted to build his own ship. It is understood he was not happy about the unfortunate dismissal.
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