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Another Trumpster parallel:Can't help but notice the parallels between the former Trump crowd highway rallying and the Canadians showing support for the Truckers Freedom Convoy:
Former Calgary Flames hockey player Theo Fleury joined Fox News’ “Ingraham Angle” on Tuesday to announce that millions of Canadians are marching to Canada’s capital to demand that Trudeau either resign or lift all the tyrannical COVID mandates.
“Right now in Canada we have one of the biggest revolutions happening, and you probably haven’t heard about it because no one’s talking about it,” Fleury told host Laura Ingraham, referring to the mainstream media.
“But right now there’s 50,000 truckers and about 1.4 million people headed to the parliament in Ottawa, and they’re going to stay there until Trudeau resigns or they give us back all our freedoms and rights.”
“For the past two years, we’ve had a prime minister who has vaccine derangement syndrome,” he continued, “where every day he stands up at the stump and that’s all he talks about. He doesn’t talk about the economy, he doesn’t talk about the supply chain, he doesn’t talk about us losing our rights, lockdowns, nothing. It’s just straight vaccines.”
Fleury insisted Canadians have become unified on a level previously unseen in their contempt for Trudeau and his draconian COVID policies they’re suffering under.
[Even more tweets in the article.]“What we’re seeing in the country right now with these truckers, honestly, it has ignited the whole entire country of Canada,” Fleury said. “Even I, a big tough hockey player have shed a few tears because I haven’t seen my country this behind something and this excited about something in a very, very long time.”
Ontario politician Randy Hillier called Canada’s Transport Minister Omar Alghabra a “terrorist” on Twitter for calling the cross-border trucker vaccine mandate the “solution” to the supply chain disruptions, prompting Minister of Public Safety Marco Mendicino to call on Twitter to censor him.
Meanwhile, a large convoy of American truckers from South Carolina and elsewhere in the States are joining with the Canadian truckers at the border.