Canadian government demands former Navy Seal remove content from podcast
The Canadian government threatened a retired US Navy Seal for publishing a podcast with a Canadian special forces member.

Mike Campbell

February 16, 2023

The Canadian government threatened a retired US Navy Seal for releasing a podcast with a Canadian special forces member who was kicked out for refusing the COVID vaccine.

Canadian government demands former Navy Seal remove content from podcast, Credit: The Shawn Ryan Show

The feds issued a Cease And Desist letter to Shawn Ryan, former US Navy Seal, who now runs a podcast called The Shawn Ryan Show.

Ryan had former Canadian Armed Forces member Dallas Alexander on his podcast to talk about, among other things, Alexander’s record-breaking kill from more than 3,500 meters. Alexander was a sniper on the JTF2 special operations unit and previously served in Iraq.    

“I’m sure many of you are aware that I pulled the JTF2 Sniper / Dallas Alexander SRS Episode due to a cease and desist from the Canadian Gov,” Ryan tweeted.

“I believe that this is their attempt to silence Dallas from explaining that he left the command for refusing the covid vaccine.” 

The government said the Cease And Desist was given because the podcast contained sensitive military information. The letter offered Ryan help to remove the alleged sensitive components of the podcast.

In one episode that’s still up on Ryan’s podcast, Alexander said the Canadian military started going in the wrong direction around the time COVID started. Alexander said there were an increasing amount of woke “sensitivity” training sessions.

Alexander also said after he declined to get the mandated COVID shots, the coercion to cave was immediate. 

“I’ve never seen a reaction like that to almost anything,” he said.

Alexander added that he wanted more time to consider the potential negative impacts of the vaccine. 

“A lot of people were torn. But a lot of people were coerced. A lot of people were told ‘You’re not doing to advance your career. You’re going to be kicked out’,” he said

“It was insane.” 

At least 10 Canadian Special Operations Command members left the military because of the vaccine mandate, including Alexander. 

A few members are currently under investigation by the government for attending the Freedom Convoy protest in Ottawa.

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