Republican Congressman Falls for Ridiculous Conspiracy That Trudeau Has Fled to America
"A U.S. congressman appears to have convinced himself that Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has fled to the States in fear of a group of truck drivers who are protesting vaccine mandates. In two Twitter posts, Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) even called on the U.S. to deport Trudeau, even though the PM is not in the country. CNN reports that Roy fell for a baseless conspiracy theory posted by an anonymous Twitter account on Saturday. The original tweet showed a photo of Trudeau in the U.S. in 2016, and wrongly used that as evidence that he’d fled from ongoing vaccine protests. Firstly, Roy quoted that tweet and added the caption: “Is there a more gutless and cowardly display than a tyrant on the run?” A day later, he posted: “If Justin Trudeau is hiding in the United States, we should return him to Canada and make him face his own people immediately.” However, as would be expected, Trudeau is in Canada. Two hours before Roy tweeted, the PM even held a news conference from his official residence in Quebec."
Trying to force someone to stop forcing you to do something, makes sense.
Milk is 5.89 a jug now, oil over $5 a liter, gas 1.60 a litre multiply by 3.78 to get Biden gallon
My trucker friend from Lithuania texted me. You dont support them do you? Were all in this together.
No support here. If I see a trucker today, honk honk, he is working.
Gonna be a big convoy going through town today https://www.castanet.net/news/Kelow...anned-from-North-Okanagan-to-Osoyoos-Saturday
Macdonalds is serving Junior Trudeau's now
2.59 for a junior chicken here, I mean junior trudeau
WENDAKE, QC, Feb. 7, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ - The Assembly of First Nations Quebec-Labrador (AFNQL) supports the Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation in demanding the immediate withdrawal of the trucker convoy from Confederation Park in Ottawa. The Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation has indicated that it never gave protesters permission to perform ceremonial activities on their unceded traditional territory.
"The Algonquin peoples have been Guardians of the Land since time immemorial. As such, any ceremonial activity on this territory must be carried out following full consultation with the Chiefs and peoples of the Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation. It is worth remembering that the City of Ottawa, like Quebec, are unceded Indigenous territories, and that First Nations have Aboriginal title and ancestral and treaty rights that are protected by the Constitution, the same document which recognizes our right to self-government. In a context where cultural appropriation raises concerns that are the subject of strong positions on the part of First Nations and other recognized Indigenous groups around the world, there is nothing more dishonest than misleading the public in such a blatant way as to give oneself false pretenses and permissions," affirmed Ghislain Picard, Chief of the AFNQL.
In closing, the AFNQL wishes for a peaceful outcome to this protest and demands that police authorities work to ensure that the people of Ottawa quickly return to a peaceful life.