Staring down a massive convoy of protestors, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reassured citizens and people around the world that the protestors were nothing more than a “small fringe minority” with “unacceptable views”. The week that followed proved Trudeau to be incredibly wrong as the protest practically shut down Ottawa as the Prime Minister had to be taken to a secret location for his safety. And apparently, the convoy of “Freedom Truckers” isn’t stopping with just Ottawa as the Ambassador Bridge in Detroit was closed on Monday due to the truckers reaching the Detroit-Windsor border. 

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In the video, which can be watched below, truckers are shown slowly crossing the bridge as the “Freedom Truckers” convoy continues its tour to protest COVID-19 mandates and governments trying to force the COVID-19 jab on the general public. 

The influx of truckers even caught the attention of the Border Services of Southern Ontario Region as they tweeted,  “Demonstrations are affecting border wait times at the Ambassador Bridge. Travelers are encouraged to reroute to the Windsor-Detroit Tunnel or Blue Water Bridge. Consult the Directory of CBSA Offices and Services to confirm hours.”

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According to the Windsor Police Department, officers were deployed to the area to help with congestion. “There is high potential for traffic congestion along Huron Church Road again today. Anticipate travel delays. Officers will be in the area to address traffic issues. Avoid the area or find an alternate route, if possible. We thank the public for their patience.” They added, “Our priority is the safety of all involved, the general public & property in surrounding areas. We urge anyone involved in the demonstration to act lawfully, peacefully, and respectfully. We will respond to unlawful activities or actions in an appropriate and professional manner.”

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