I was just telling Dearest yesterday that both sides claimed to have the majority behind them, but that I had yet to see an actual poll. Now I have. Sixty-four percent of the 1,523 Canadians surveyed on Feb. 9 and 10 said it’s time to drop all COVID restrictions.
CLICK https://twitter.com/TheRealKeean/status/1493657270319816707 [1:26] to hear Ottawa’s premier talk about how DONE his people are with the ‘rona mandates.
CLICK https://twitter.com/jordanbpeterson/status/1493804738814656513 [1:37] to see footage of protesters and cops hugging and shaking hands. “This is not an emergency, this is not a coup. Protesters and police are actually on the same side – it is Trudeau that is the aggressor, it is Trudeau that is causing an emergency, and it is Trudeau that has got to go.” – Keean Bexte
CLICK https://twitter.com/CandiceBergenMP/status/1493738032909873155 [:40] to hear Candice Bergen inform Trudeau that the majority of Canadians oppose his virus restrictions.
CLICK https://rumble.com/vv1jij-separating-fact-from-fiction-heres-what-trudeau-can-and-cannot-do-under-the.html [12:05] to hear a detailed explanation of what the Emergency Act (EA) is and is not. E.g., it’s not martial law. It does give Trudeau the power to try and prevent private funds from going to truckers to help them survive the blockade. However, he has only seven days to get Parliament’s approval and he does not have the support of the Canadian people or even the most pro-Trudeau newspaper.
CLICK https://rumble.com/vv1306-ottawa-protestors-remove-barricades-around-national-war-memorial-to-pray-si.html [2:29] to see “terrorists” praying for peace and singing “Oh Canada.”
CLICK https://twitter.com/TheMarieOakes/status/1493758514258489344 [1:02] to see video from Day Two of Adolf Trudeau’s Emergency Act.
CLICK https://rumble.com/vv0xxj-the-freedom-convoy-has-gone-global.html [1:35] to see freedom protests around the world. I especially love the New Zealand one! LifeSiteNews reports that an estimated 30,000 vehicles converged on Jerusalem from different parts of the country to protest the nation’s mandates. In the U.S., a recent Rasmussen poll found that 59% of likely voters support the Canadian freedom movement, with 42% “strongly” supporting.