ANOTHER LOSS FOR TRUDEAU
So Justin Trudeau lost another one, this time his unconstitutional invoking of the Emergencies Act. It’s not like Trudeau will get anything more than a slap on the wrist for his dictatorial act, but and the Liberals are going to appeal the decision.
Hopefully Canadians will open their eyes and see that Trudeau has ruined many Canadian lives by policies that bankrupt them, dividing Canadians, etc., and we’re on a path of complete ruin.
GOOD LUCK WITH THE APPEAL
RE: “Invoking Emergencies Act during Freedom Convoy unjustified, Federal Court judge rules”
SMACK! How’d ya like them apples?
There was no national emergency, no threat to the security of Canada and no need to freeze people’s bank accounts. We all told you so. Good luck with that appeal.
Now, how about you dismiss all charges against convoy protest participants, including Tamara Lich and Chris Barber, and reimburse all their expenses? That would be your only legitimate response.
THE FULL MONTY
Python politics? The famed British comedy troupe gave us the Minister of Silly Walks, while here in Canada our current government has given us something called a confidence and supply agreement with the hear/speak/see no evil NDP, which allows it to continue to waste our tax dollars with no accountability for the next two years with blind incompetence.
Just as we thought the Liberal creation of a special rapporteur was out of an Inspector Clouseau film, sadly the common sense minister is absent.
WHY NOT INSTALL A CHIP?
With the current epidemic of car thefts, are you telling me that a $50 chip can’t be installed in the engine block to track and even shut down the vehicle when stolen?
The manufacturers are laughing, as it is a great way to boost sales without flooding the North American market.
We can track a useless piece of luggage around the world, but can’t track a $100K vehicle.
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