There is a state of emergency in Canada, eh. And in America, Europe, and everywhere else in the world. Let's break it down.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has declared a state of emergency in response to blockades caused by the Freedom Convoy. By invoking the Emergencies Act, he has firmly ensconced himself on the list of the world's tyrants. The law was passed in 1988 and has never been used. It expands the powers of the police, allows financial institutions to freeze accounts of supporters - like the Christian company "GiveSendGo" who has raised over $9 million for the truckers. Enhancing powers of law enforcement is never a good move, especially when tensions in the country are already heightened.
Multiple attempts have been made to get the Freedom Drivers moving again - mostly negative. Threats of arresting drivers, impounding trucks, along with exorbitant fines for participation.
Ironically, if they arrest the drivers and impound their trucks, they remove the very ones from the road they need in order to reestablish the supply chain. With no drivers to drive, there will be no product delivered.
How interesting is it that Trudeau has stepped in to stop activities which have ground the economy to a halt, shuttered businesses, closed schools, inhibited free movement within and without the country, and impacted citizens around the world. This sounds all too familiar.
C'mon, Trudeau, the answer is staring you in the face. In order to get the roadways moving again, to have product delivered, to reestablish freedom - you need to terminate the mandates then openly encourage people to exercise their freedom of choice.
Pretty Boy Trudeau needs a close shave with Occam's Razor.
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