Credit: Rebel News

A video circulating on social media shows Calgary Police Services leading teenage activist Josh Alexander away in handcuffs after he was surrounded by a mob of LGBTQ activists. 

The Rebel News clip shows Alexander being shoved around by a group of protesters before a handful of law enforcement officials intervene. 

Alexander is then handcuffed and led away from the scene by a police officer. 

This isn’t the first instance Alexander has been detained by police over his opposition to gender ideology. 

Alexander was first arrested earlier this year while on school property after he was suspended by St. Joseph’s Catholic High School in Renfrew, Ontario. 

Alexander got into trouble because he stated that there were only two genders and opposed the school’s gender-neutral bathrooms. 

“What I gave up is really nothing. We have to consider those who gave more– those who actually fought and died for our freedoms,” said Alexander, who was in Grade 11 at the time. 

Last month Alexander also led a protest featuring dozens of high school students outside of York Mill Collegiate Institute opposed to a drag queen performance. 

Subsequent tweets by Alexander indicate that the teen was released “and told if (he) returned (he) would be arrested and charged.”

“According to Calgary police, my views were too ‘inflammatory’ to be expressed near the Western Canada HS. Thankfully some of my assailants were charged after the event. I will not yield to the pressure of the woke mob or corrupt state. We will continue to spread the truth in love,” tweeted Alexander.

This is a developing story that will be updated as True North acquires more details.