BLM to Support Truckers for Freedom

By Toby Gelman – Monday, February 7, 2022

The Canadian Truckers for Freedom may get a fill up from an unlikely supporter — Black Lives Matter (BLM). A supporter for BLM said that the group supports and understands the problems that the Truckers are facing. For many years, BLM was also viewed as a “fringe minority,” according to the supporter.

The Canadian Truckers have gained international praise for their willingness to stand up against Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s draconian mandates, removing freedoms and rights from the Canadian citizens. A recent poll showed that more than half the country supports the removal of his health mandates for COVID-19.

Canada has undergone some of the harshest lockdowns in the world, leading to a massive increase in mental health and learning problems in young children. One statistic claims speech impediments have risen over 300%. With one of the top health care systems in the world, Canadians have a 99.98% chance of surviving the seasonal virus.

“BLM is all about supporting marginalized groups,” adds the supporter. “What the Canadian government is doing is absolutely awful, and for the mayor of Ottawa to call this a state of emergency is dreadful.”

The world has been watching as the Canadian media has covered up the truth behind the protest, often aligning it with racist banter and hateful messages, but everyone can see that the protest is in fact peaceful and only about getting back freedoms.

Whether BLM supporters will be making the trip to Ottawa remains to be seen, but the truckers can definitely rely on financial support from the group. Whether this support will also include some of their corporate backers is still on the table, adds the supporter.

Unfortunately, this will not go well for the Trudeau government, as more and more groups get behind the Truckers. Ottawa insiders are already saying the party is in disarray with internal fighting and mismanagement.

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