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I Had to Use Martial Law to Suppress Freedom Convoy Because “What If Someone Had Gotten Hurt”?
Seven police officers were injured after BLM riots in Toronto.
A totalitarian clown doesn’t stop being a clown just because he’s also a totalitarian.
As the investigation delves into Trudeau’s illegal decision to ruthlessly suppress the Freedom Convoy protests, the investigation turned up extraordinary coordination and pressure from the Biden administration.
Meanwhile Trudeau’s defense of ruthlessly suppressing a peaceful protest is, literally, “What if someone had gotten hurt?”
Not someone got hurt. What if someone had gotten hurt.
This isn’t even, “We had to destroy the village to save the village.” It’s, “We had to destroy the village because what if someone had stubbed a toe?”
What Trudeau really feared about the convoy was its organizing abilities
Watching hundreds of hours and dozens of witnesses at the Public Order Emergency Commission may leave viewers wondering: what exactly was Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s objective in evoking the Emergencies Act against the Freedom Convoy?
Canada’s Trudeau defends crackdown on protests
The liberal PM said demonstrations are “worrisome” when they seek direct “changes to public policy”
Lametti says suggestion to use tanks to end freedom protest was a joke
Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino and Justice Minister David Lametti discussed using military tanks to end the freedom protest just days after it began, text messages released in the Public Order Emergency Commission (POEC) reveal.
Freeland claims she froze Freedom Convoy bank accounts to protect children
Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland claims she froze the bank accounts of ordinary Canadians opposed to draconian Liberal government COVID-19 mandates to avoid “blood on the face of a child.”
Trudeau Liberals moving toward ban, seizure of all firearms
It’s outright revolting watching the Trudeau Liberals piggybacking on tragedies to forward their agenda to disarm all Canadians.
Senators start to rewrite Bill C-11
The Senate Transport and Communications Committee is rewriting cabinet’s latest attempt at regulating legal internet content, according to Blacklock’s Reporter.