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Shocking investigation reveals Biden pressured Trudeau to crack down on trucker convoy

Published in Blog on November 28, 2022 by Jakob Fay

Earlier this year, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau controversially wielded unprecedented, autocratic power to shut down the Freedom Convoy protest against his iron-fisted COVID-19 mandates and restrictions. Invoking the nation’s Emergency Act, he granted himself the undemocratic power to “freeze the bank accounts of protesters, ban travel to protest sites, prohibit people from bringing children to protests and compel tow trucks to clear out vehicles blocking Ottawa streets.” Amazingly, the last time the act (formerly known as the War Measures Act) had been used was in 1970 in response to a series of terrorist attacks.

This November, the Great White North’s PM found himself embroiled in an investigation to prove whether or not his use of unprecedented power was justified. Multiple sources testified that invoking the Emergency Act was unwarranted.

“Police agencies have testified the emergency powers weren’t necessary to end the protest of pandemic public health measures,” Politico reported. “Senior government officials were shown to have harbored doubts. And perhaps most damaging to the government’s case was a revelation last week that Canada’s national intelligence agency did not find the protests posed a threat to Canada’s security.”

But the investigation into our Northern Neighbours’ wannabe dictator proved more than that Trudeau's use of the Emergency Act was abusive; it also drew a line of connection between Trudeau and the Biden administration, suggesting that the government crack down on Canada's trucker convoy may have come at the behest of America’s president.

Reportedly, in the days leading up to the official invocation of the Emergencies Act, Biden’s top economic adviser, Brian Deese, called Canada’s finance minister, expressing worry about what might happen if the anti-lockdown protests were “not sorted out in the next 12 hours.” They agreed to arrange a call between Trudeau and Biden, who spoke the next day, only three days before the Emergencies Act was invoked.

U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and Canadian Transport Minister were also in touch with each other, and Buttigieg allegedly encouraged the latter to enact “a plan to resolve” the Freedom Convoy.

Trudeau's autocratic actions against everyday people who were sick and tired of his radical government crackdowns were disturbing; but to learn that our president was, at least, a passive supporter of such actions is even more disturbing. Biden may have feared that similar protests to his repressive mandates would be stirred up in America, and seems to have taken action to stamp out the dissidence in Canada.

Are we in the West truly free to speak out against the government? Especially since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many have wondered if our liberties are slipping away from us, which is why now, more than ever, it is up to We the People to peacefully bring power back home.

With an Article V Convention of States, we can limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, impose fiscal restraints, place term limits on federal officials, and teach Biden once and for all that intimacy with tyrants will not be tolerated.

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