Nowadays in every part of globe protests against vaccine mandates and lockdowns have become common but political parties everywhere are still not giving up chances to favor pharma profiteers and mainstream news media is not covering such events.
A convoy of truckers and others who oppose vaccine mandates has rolled into Ottawa, Canada for a weekend of rowdy protests, putting Canada’s capital city on edge amid warnings from police that they don’t know how large the crowds will get. The demonstrators have been hailed as heroes by anti-vaccine groups on mainstream and alternative social media platforms.
Thousands of protesters pile into downtown Ottawa and onto the grounds of Canada’s Parliament buildings, while a long line of big rigs, pickup trucks, RVs and other assorted vehicles trickled through the streets blasting on their horns, bringing gridlock to the city core.
The initial motivation for the protest was a new rule requiring truckers to show proof of vaccination when entering Canada, which Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government implemented on Jan. 15. Until then, truckers had been allowed to cross the U.S.-Canada border with few restrictions. The U.S. imposed a similar mandate on Jan. 22.
After news of his hiding Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday, announced he and two of his three children tested positive for Covid-19. Asked about whether he would negotiate with truckers protesting COVID-19 vaccine and public health mandates in Ottawa, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Monday he has chosen not to “go anywhere near” those expressing hateful rhetoric, violence against fellow citizens or disrespect towards science and health professionals.
Henry Hildebrandt, the firebrand pastor of The Church of God in Aylmer, Ont., preached to hundreds of trucker’s convoy protestors attending a sermon on Sunday outside the Prime Minister’s office. If the Prime Minister won’t “heed to the word of God,” then the protestors may “knock on your door,” he told the energetic crowd:
A Manitoba politician has been punished for meeting with and supporting truckers protesting COVID-19 vaccine mandates.