President Trump said it best…
You go WOKE, you go BROKE!
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently lost more of his political capital when the people of Canada took to the streets chanting “Trudeau for treason!”
Protestors were mainly protesting against vaccine mandates, though many cited an array of reasons for why Trudeau should be removed.
Canadians Protest Against Mandatory Vaccines: "Trudeau for Treason" pic.twitter.com/zDp7O1sT3E
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) September 6, 2021
Thank you @brundell_k for this shot!!🥰🇨🇦
— Naomi Chocyk (@PPCNaomi) September 3, 2021
Fox News reports:
A campaign event for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was canceled over safety concerns after angry coronavirus protesters rallied against the liberal leader.
“I need freedom,” read one sign held by a protester in Bolton, Ontario, on Friday. While others repeatedly screamed, “F*** Trudeau!,” and people were seen waving their middle fingers at the prime minister.
Justin Trudeau publicly breaking the law on video for all to see and hear. He knows what he is saying is against our Charter of Rights. Question is: when will he be arrested and tried for treason? pic.twitter.com/PsSJ34UcAs
— LInda Grace Byers (@Eyesonmeandyou) September 3, 2021
Totally agree liberals has to go, Trudeau needs to be charged and be thrown in jail for treason https://t.co/KOzsU13NyK
— Chathamboy12 (@Chathamboy12) September 2, 2021
Lose office. Get arrested. Tried for treason.
I’ll keep the penalty required 🤫🤫
Justin Trudeau at risk of losing office as election gamble backfires https://t.co/lGLeDpH4qK
— Chris • 🏴🇺🇲. ✝️ (@mancboy1) September 2, 2021
BBC News had more on the Trudeau For Treason movement:
Earlier on Friday, crowds had disrupted the prime minister’s visit to a bakery in the town of Nobleton, with some jeering and holding signs reading “Trudeau Treason”.
On Wednesday, on a visit to British Columbia, he was met by anti-vaccine protesters, with some shouting they would refuse the Covid jab.
Vaccine mandates – that Mr Trudeau has backed for some workers and most travellers – have become a key issue in the general election campaign.
Mr Trudeau called the election on 15 August when polls indicated his minority Liberal government looked within reach of forming a majority.