Justin Trudeau’s Emergencies Act Narrative Is Falling Apart And Shows He Is A Wannabe Tyrant

Written By Wyatt Claypool, Posted on May 20, 2022

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada’s narrative about their invocation of the Emergencies Act has been falling apart from when they first utilized the emergency powers.

At the time of the invocation, it was frequently noted that Trudeau and the Liberals could not justify what powers the police were lacking to control the situation at the Freedom Convoy in Ottawa, or how the convoy was even breaking the law or threatening anyone’s personal security. 

Border blockades had already been cleared using normal police powers and the protest in Ottawa (ruled to be a legal form of expression by a judge) had not even been negotiated with by a federal representative. Regardless, Trudeau granted himself powers so he could violently break up the ongoing protest and have banks seize the assets of convoy participants and donors.

As Parliamentary hearings on the Emergencies Act have proceeded even more flaws in the Liberals’ justifications have been found, some being absolutely unjustifiable. 

It was confirmed that the attempted arson attack in Ottawa had nothing to do with the Freedom Convoy and was merely a media-driven hoax to try and blame the truckers for a supposed act of terrorism. The Liberal Public Safety Minister Marco Medacino still tried to portray this as a real arson even after it had already been exposed as fake. 

Conservative MP Dan Loyd, who has been digging into the facts on the Freedom Convoy protest to show the Liberals unethically invoked the Emergencies Act, asked the Ottawa Police Chief if firearms had been found at the Ottawa protest. The Chief confirmed that none had been found despite legacy media fearmongering about armed men trying to overthrow the elected government.

Now in the most damning piece of evidence against the Liberals, it was discovered through various interviews with the Commissioner of the RCMP and Ottawa Police Chief that neither told Justin Trudeau or the Liberal government that the Emergencies Act should be invoked.

This of course means Trudeau and the Liberals based the use of the Emergencies Act purely for political reasons and were clearly trying to cast the Freedom Convoy as a radical and potential violent movement by using emergency powers reserved for a real crisis.

No doubt that Trudeau may have caused his biggest scandal yet through his impulsive decision to get rid of the Freedom Convoy and try and produce some good media coverage for his government. As more information comes out it is being clearer that Trudeau has tendencies of a petty dictator and is willing to corrupt Canada’s institutions and use police violence to get his way.

Wyatt Claypool

Wyatt is a student at Mount Royal University, where he is the president of its Campus Conservative club. In his writing, he focuses on covering provincial and federal politics, firearms regulation, and the energy sector. Wyatt has also previously written for The Post Millennial.

One response to “Justin Trudeau’s Emergencies Act Narrative Is Falling Apart And Shows He Is A Wannabe Tyrant”

  1. RedOctober79 says:

    Thank you Wyatt, I applaud your journalism skills. As a key Convoy Organizer, I appreciate REAL news explaining the ACTUAL story in the CORRECT context. You sir are doing what MSM hasn’t and ought to.

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    Thanks!! BC Captain RedOctober79