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Canadian Reporter Warns His Nation Is In A ‘Civil War’

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A Canadian reporter issued a chilling warning to the rest of the world at what he believes is happening in Canada.

Toronto Sun reporter Joe Warmington appeared on Fox News on Saturday and warned that his nation is engaged in a Civil War and that its Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is a tyrant.

“Canada is a police state at this time,.. it’s like within a police state. There’s no rule of law, it’s now in the hands of …the Emergency Act, which is the War Measures Act…Just by donating $25 to the truckers’ convoy puts you as an enemy of the state.  It sounds like Cuba or China, that’s kinda what’s happening in Canada,” he said.

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“It’s a civil war is what it is.  They will finish this job whatever it takes. I was just talking to a driver who said… guns were drawn…Look the Prime Minister has made it clear.  These people don’t matter, they’re unacceptable.  And of course, they do matter.  They matter to everybody.  They have freedom.  And they haven’t done anything wrong other than parking their trucks there, honking the horn,” the reporter said.

“They suspended the debate in Parliament on the Emergency Act that allows all this to happen.  This is not rule of law.  This is Marshall law,” he said.

The Daily Mail reported:

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Canada’s Parliament suspended Friday’s debate on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s emergency powers, sparing the Liberal leader another day of uncomfortable speeches from MPs who fiercely oppose his use of the draconian Emergencies Act.

MPs were told on Thurday night that due to the ‘exceptional circumstances’ of police closing in on Freedom Convoy protesters they needed to avoid the area around parliament for their own safety. 

Trudeau continues to face tough opposition in Parliament as he battles to maintain his emergency powers in a crackdown on Freedom Convoy protesters.

On Thursday, legislation upholding Trudeau’s declaration under the Emergencies Act was presented in Parliament, where Conservative and Bloc Québécois MPs voiced fierce opposition.    

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The initial schedule called for debate through the weekend on the motion to confirm Trudeau’s emergency powers, followed by a vote on Monday night. 

The suspension of Friday’s debate in the House of Commons was due to safety concerns, Speaker Anthony Rota said in notice to MPs, warning them that a police operation was expected and urging them to ‘stay away from the downtown core until further notice.’   

Canadian Police on Friday moved in to break up the more than three-week-old “Freedom Convoy” demonstration in the capital of Ottawa, as video and photos of the action posted on social media appeared to shock many people.

Police used tear gas and horses to break up the protest, and “in doing so, authorities appeared to trample one elderly woman using a walker as well as running over other protesters” with mounted officers, The Daily Wire noted.

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“Numerous others were tear-gassed. Around the world, individuals reacted with disgust to the ‘tyranny’ on display in the Western nation,” the outlet continued.

Reports noted that while the police crackdown initially was peaceful, by evening in Ottawa it had turned more confrontational and violent.

Many of the crowd control measures implemented by Ottawa police were caught on video or camera.

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“Remember this image. Remember what Trudeau did to Canada,” internet commentator Ian Miles Cheong wrote in a tweet along with a picture of two protesters, one next to a walking device, who had reportedly been knocked to the ground by police officers on horseback.

Video he posted appeared to confirm that. He wrote, “Trudeau is stamping out freedom. One trampled protester at a time,” adding, “Remember Ottawa.”

Trudeau is stamping out freedom. One trampled protester at a time.

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