Trudeau abuses emergency powers act, now freezing bank accounts of protesters
By Ethan Huff // Feb 18, 2022

Just as he promised to do, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is now freezing the bank accounts of the protesters defying his Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) "vaccine" mandates.


Using the Emergency Economic Measures Order, also known as the Emergencies Act, for cover, Trudeau is targeting the truckers and their supporters who are engaging in the Freedom Convoy protests in Ottawa and elsewhere.

One man, Shaun Zimmer, recently traveled from Winnipeg to the Canadian capital to show his support for the trucker convoy. He did nothing illegal and simply expressed his free speech and freedom of movement.

As punishment, the Trudeau regime cut off Zimmer's access to his bank accounts. The government deemed that he was there, either directly or indirectly, to protest, and consequently punished him by restricting his funds – you can watch the video below:

Zimmer's is among the first accounts, if not the first account, of a Canadian protester having his or her bank account frozen, which the Trudeau regime had threatened would happen just days prior.

Even so, the trucker convoy is stronger than ever as protesters and their supporters double down in opposition to Trudeau's tyranny, which is now becoming global news.

The Ottawa Police Service continues to tyrannize protesters, including by ordering them to leave the area under threat of arrest. They are standing strong, however, in resistance to the fascism.

Trudeau is fast-becoming the most hated dictator in the world

The bridge that connects Detroit to Canada is also seeing continued protests due to Trudeau's tyranny, which threatens to upend the North American automobile industry.

Because Trudeau refuses to back down in trying to force truckers to get jabbed for the Fauci Flu, there is now a shortage of transports for car parts, not to mention the fact that said bridge is being blocked by big rigs.

All of this would stop immediately if Trudeau would simply back off and let Canadians make their own medical decisions. Because he refuses to do so, the protests will continue and likely escalate.

"If they can freeze your bank account, imagine what they can do next," wrote someone at Rebel News about the situation.

"Indeed ... too much power in the hands of people who do not represent the majority of voters," said someone else.

The time to act, chimed in someone else, is now, unless people want to see the tyranny both continue and get worse. We the People, including the people of Canada, need to say enough is enough and put an immediate stop to this.

"TD Bank, which has frozen bank accounts, was the last and only bank that continued to work with Jeffrey Epstein after all the other banks turfed him due to suspicious activity, pedophile convictions, and blackmail," said another person. "Protesters, peaceful and lawful? Worse than that?"

One way to fight back against the rogue banks that are freezing people's accounts is for customers to withdraw their cash en masse, suggested another reader.

Sometimes the best way to make one's voice heard is with his wallet. And if enough Canadians did this to the banks, perhaps they, too, would back off.

"True-Dope and your minions: you're done and your days are coming to an end," said someone else about how Trudeau and his fellow tyrants will soon see their reign of terror come to an end.

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