Trudeau slams Freedom Convoy, ‘racist flags’, claims Canadians ‘disgusted’ as donations near $10 million!

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has contracted COVID while hiding in a bunker somewhere, is peeking out to rage against “racist flags” and freedom-loving truckers, proclaiming that Canadians are “shocked” and “disgusted” by the behavior of thousands of protesters.

As the GoFundMe page supporting the “Freedom Convoy” of Canadian truckers approached $10 million on Monday evening, Trudeau tried to portray himself as tough, taking a stand against peaceful protesters and making an epic fool of himself once more. That is ostensibly more money than the major federal political parties of Canada raised during the last quarter of 2021, according to Fox News.

“Our current government is implementing rules and mandates that are destroying the foundation of our businesses, industries, and livelihoods,” the convoy’s GoFundMe page states. “We are a peaceful country that has helped protect nations across the globe from tyrannical governments who oppressed their people, and now it seems it is happening here.”

“I know this pandemic is frustrating. It’s frustrating that, after two years, we’re not done fighting COVID-19. But over the past few days, Canadians have been shocked – and, frankly, disgusted – by the behaviour displayed by some people protesting in our nation’s capital,” Trudeau railed, attempting to slander truckers and Canadians from all walks of life.

“I want to be very clear: We’re not intimidated by those who hurl abuse at small business workers and steal food from the homeless. We won’t give in to those who fly racist flags. And we won’t cave to those who engage in vandalism, or dishonour the memory of our veterans,” he stated addressing a scenario that purportedly doesn’t even exist.

“There is no place in Canada for this behaviour. So, to those responsible: It needs to stop. And to those who joined the convoy but are uncomfortable with the symbols of hatred and division on display: Be courageous and speak out. Do not stand for, or with, intolerance and hate,” he scolded.

“I have attended protests and rallies in the past when I agreed with the goals, when I supported the people expressing their concerns and their issues, Black Lives Matter is an excellent example of that, but I have also chosen to not go anywhere near protests that have expressed hateful rhetoric, violence towards fellow citizens and a disrespect, not just of science but of the frontline health workers, and quite frankly, the 90 percent of truckers who have been doing the right thing to keep Canadians safe, to put food on our tables,” Trudeau commented.

“There is always a right to protest peacefully that I and others will defend fully as part of this democracy. There is not a right to incite violence, to perform acts of violence, or to spew hatred,” he disingenuously added.

Nazi and Confederate flags spotted at the protest are widely believed by Canadians to have been planted by false flag protagonists instilled by the government.

“To the nearly 90 percent of truckers across the country who have gotten vaccinated, who continue working hard to keep us fed and keep our economy moving, thank you… We have relied on you and you can rely on us to continue to stand with you and allow you to do your jobs safely,” he said.

The prime minister went on to make a point of accusing Canadian politicians who support the people’s right to free speech of “exploiting people’s fears.” Trudeau, who reportedly supports communist Cuba and China, took aim at conservative leader Erin O’Toole, who met with truckers on Friday.

“I think all politicians need to think very carefully about who they’re supporting, about what messages they’re putting out,” he threatened.

“We have seen over the past many, many months, conservative politicians sharing disinformation about vaccines, encouraging conspiracy theories online and I think Erin O’Toole is going to need to reflect very carefully on how he’s walking a path that supports these people who do not represent truckers, let alone the vast majority of Canadians,” Trudeau went on to warn O’Toole.

The prime minister stressed that vaccines are safe and effective, and are “the way to get through this pandemic.”

“Yes, the concerns expressed by a few people gathering in Ottawa right now are not new, not surprising, are heard, but are a continuation of what we’ve unfortunately seen in disinformation and misinformation online, conspiracy theorists about microchips, about God knows what else that goes with the tinfoil hats,” Trudeau stressed, further smearing Canadians.

“We have been clear every step of the way that the work our frontline health workers, the work our scientists and researchers are doing, the people at Health Canada, the people working on these vaccines all around the world, is the work that will get us through this, get us back to the things we love,” he concluded.

Trudeau has been labeled a coward and if he was unpopular before, he’s absolutely despised now:


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