RELEASE: RSBN Crew Temporarily Detained at Canadian Border

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

February 15, 2022

Auburn, Alabama — RSBN’s film crew was temporarily detained at the Canadian border on Tuesday evening and was released shortly thereafter.

Our crew was originally stopped and detained by Canadian border patrol when they attempted to cross the Ambassador Bridge spanning from Detroit, Michigan to Windsor, Ontario.

RSBN had hoped to continue coverage of MyPillow’s pillow distribution to the Freedom Convoy of truckers who are bravely standing up for medical freedom. However, they were denied entry to Canada due to Covid-19 protocols and returned to the United States.

We gladly report that our team is safe and will provide an update regarding these events during RSBN’s evening livestream.

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3 comments

Phyllis February 15, 2022 - 5:01 pm
Thank God they are all ok. We appreciate everything you do.
Martha Clark February 15, 2022 - 5:03 pm
Praying for our brave journalists at RSBN! ?
Alicia Yager February 15, 2022 - 5:07 pm
I am thankful everyone made it back safe. Hopefully soon those Brave Freedom Truckers will be able to get a pillow soon. Thank you MyPillow
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