Justin Trudeau declared and levied war against Canada when he invoked the War Measures Act. Ottawa’s police chief resigned in protest, and was replaced by someone that would follow orders without question. An army of 2,223 of Canada’s most corrupt and aggressive police force members rushed to Ottawa to line their pockets with overtime pay and to crack protestors’ skulls on command and seize their property. Truly the worst of the worst.
The police and State media called on the general public to help identify legal protestors from video footage. An all out war was waged on those taking a stand with the protestors. Canadian flags were ripped off vehicles, homes and businesses were vandalized for flying a Canadian flag. People were genuinely afraid to fly the Canadian flag for fear of repercussions. Without a doubt, Trudeau started a Civil War.
Law-abiding police officers and Citizens had their names and home addresses released as punishment for contributing, or showing support for the Freedom Convoy. Countless thousands of businesses, lives, livelihoods, friendships, families were destroyed by the treasonist actions of Justin Trudeau.
These Patriots were punished for supporting those taking a stand against the illegal actions of the disgraced Prime Minister that was too cowardly to meet and greet the Convoy when it arrived. After JT’s standing ovation of a Nazi, it is now believed the swastika flag that was allegedly at the protest was from the personal collection of Canada’s so-called “Prime Minister”.
Many believe now it’s time for the names of the 2,223 police officers that participated in the illegal crackdown in Ottawa also have their names released. If it was appropriate to release the names of the officers and Citizens that contributed to the the Freedom Convoy, then it is also appropriate to release the names of those that assaulted and trampled Citizens. “Just following orders” is never an acceptable excuse, and clearly does not provide immunity for crimes against humans or humanity.
Criminal Code: 46 (1) Every one commits high treason who, in Canada, (a) kills or attempts to kill Her Majesty, or does her any bodily harm tending to death or destruction, maims or wounds her, or imprisons or restrains her; (b) levies war against Canada or does any act preparatory thereto; or.