The narrative surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic that was promoted by several governments including the Biden administration and the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, is starting to crumble. Now, with science proving them wrong and the virus still spreading, citizens are no longer sitting by, enduring useless mandates. Instead, a massive convoy of Freedom Truckers has taken Canada by storm, and is now apparently making its way into America. Not to mention, other countries around the globe are also seeing hordes of protesters against COVID-19 mandates.
With citizens pushing back against the government overreach, Trudeau admitted after having multiple meetings with key Cabinet members and even Joe Biden that he was willing to “respond with whatever it takes” to end the Freedom Convoy. The only problem, when police were dispatched to Milk River, Alberta to shut down the protest and arrest anyone who fought back, the officers found nothing but peaceful citizens standing up for their freedoms.
Take a look.
Joining arms and relying on the person on either side, the protestors didn’t clash with police like what was seen during the Black Lives Matter movement. Instead, the citizens sang songs, fought the cold temperatures, and reminded the world that every person has the right to decide what they put in their body.
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