Tuesday, February 1, 2022

Trump Praises Canadian ‘Freedom Convoy’ Protesting Trudeau’s Vaccine Mandates; Canadian Truckers Send Trudeau Into Hiding — and Just Might Help End COVID Mandates, and other C-Virus related stories

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Trump Praises Canadian ‘Freedom Convoy’ Protesting Trudeau’s Vaccine Mandates:
Former President Donald Trump on Saturday praised the “freedom convoy” of Canadian truckers protesting against Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s coronavirus health mandates.
Trump said the truckers were doing more to defend freedom than some of America’s elected officials. “The Canadian truckers, you’ve been reading about it, who are resisting bravely these lawless mandates are doing more to defend American freedom than our own leaders by far,” he said, speaking to a crowd in Conroe, Texas.
Canadian truckers send Trudeau into hiding — and just might help end COVID mandates:
You’ve heard of Hidin’ Biden. Our neighbor to the north, my native land, just outdid that with Cut-and-Run Justin.
With the pandemic in full swing, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged Canadians to show support for those helping to keep food on their tables. “While many of us are working from home, there are others who aren’t able to do that — like the truck drivers who are working day and night to make sure our shelves are stocked. So when you can, please #ThankATrucker for everything they’re doing and help them however you can,” he tweeted March 31, 2020.
Trudeau had a chance to thank thousands of them personally over the weekend, as the truckers who’ve assembled what they call the Freedom Convoy to protest COVID vaccine mandates and restrictions cruised into the capital. Instead, he fled — breaking isolation to do it.
On Saturday, the Trudeaus moved from their official Ottawa residence to the classic “undisclosed location.” Dad had started a five-day isolation Wednesday after one of his kids tested COVID-positive — but security accompanied the first family as he fled.
It was yet another example of how far the apple’s fallen from the tree. Taunted by striking mail truck drivers in Montreal in 1970, then-PM Pierre Trudeau (whose son Justin was born the next year) gave it right back to them, snapping, “Mangez de la merde!” (“Eat s–t!”) --->READ MORE HERE
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