This Is How Trudeau’s Build Up To Martial Law Becomes Reality!

We all know that Trudeau wants to close the Freedom Convoy protest in Ottawa and across Canada. He granted the government emergency power on Monday to crush the Freedom Convoy.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation found out that Trudeau will ‘’ inform the provinces he will invoke the Emergencies Act to give the government extra powers to deal with the protests across the country. But in a meeting with the Liberal caucus, the PM said there were no plans to deploy the military.”

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‘’ The move follows a meeting Sunday of the federal cabinet and its Incident Response Group (IRG).

Trudeau tweeted late Sunday that the IRG discussed “further actions the government can take to help end the blockades and occupations.”

Earlier that day, Emergency Preparedness Minister Bill Blair told CBC’s Rosemary Barton Live that the federal government has discussed invoking special emergency powers to deal with ongoing protests in Ottawa.

Blair described the attitude around invoking the Emergencies Act as “appropriate caution” rather than “reticence.”’’ The Blaze added:

CBS concluded the law allows the federal government carte blanche to handle the crisis, including enacting powers that will enable it to prohibit travel within a specified area or remove personal property.

It is the ability to unleash selective martial law on Canadians.

Everything happened after reports on Sunday, Canadian officials cleared the roadway and arrested Freedom Convoy demonstrators.

Canadian officials stated that the bridge reopened on Monday as Prime Minister Trudeau was expected to invoke emergency powers to squash protesters across Canada.

“Today, our national economic crisis at the Ambassador Bridge came to an end,” declared the mayor of Windsor, Drew Dilkens.

The bridge reopening was a success according to the government; demonstrators against the med tyranny disrupted hundreds of millions of trade between both countries.

According to Bloomberg, the price of the six-day shutdown cost a whopping $13.5 million per hour.

The occupation of Ottawa has incited a movement across the country of freedom-loving people creating congestion across highways, metro areas, and border crossings.

The government can’t quell the assembly of the protesters from across the country as Trudeau’s government plays Whac-A-Mole to squash protesters where they show up.

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