Of course it’s ‘discriminatory content’ thats what satire is. The whole point is to mock something.
I imagine the RCMP are the same as the CAF where they are ordered to follow the Charter as much as possible. Thinking on it, legally they likely have to completely follow the charter. The charter allows freedom of expression and opinion, that should be the case closed.
The important question here is at what point can a government dictate where your allowed to be controlled. He didn’t do this at work (as far as I am aware). He didn’t advertise his job. He didn’t directly harass or insult anyone who is directly above him. He has by all accounts acted professionally in his job. Just because he has some personal opinions on his own time shouldn’t equal punishment.
We are in the 21st century. Not having social media is basically unheard of for anyone under 30. We cannot 100% divorce content from ourselves because it can always be tracked back to you. If someone doesn’t have social media under 30 I suspect they are lying to you and have ‘secret’ accounts.
Even things like how people used to vent (going to the bar and bitching, etc.) can be tied back to you easily because cameras are everywhere and it only takes one disgruntled person.
A clear line needs to be drawn between work and civilian life, this on duty 24/7 garbage needs to stop. People deserve freedom from their jobs.