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Elon Musk Comes Out In Support Of The Canadian Freedom Convoy


In a flash of classic Communist rhetoric, Justin Trudeau made this statement:

“The small fringe minority of people who are on their way to Ottawa, who are holding unacceptable views that they are expressing, do not represent the views of Canadians”.

He must have some gaul to come out and say something so blatantly false, and while we are at it how dare he utter the statement “who are holding unacceptable views”.

How dare he label views as acceptable and unacceptable. The only unacceptable views in the room are those of left-wing liberals who have slowly descended into the dark chasm of mental illness and authoritarianism over the last 5 years.

The only unacceptable existence is that lived by Trudeau and people like Trudeau—modern day liberalism is a mental disorder masquerading as a political philosophy.

An antidote to the madness can be found in Elon Musk, a public personality that has come to the aid of freedom time and time again.

Musk, an outspoken libertarian took to Twitter to post his message of support for the Canadian freedom convoy:

The Post Millennial took note of the billionaire industrialist’s comments:

The three-word-long message of support comes as the country’s political class argue over the convoy’s intentions, with the ruling Liberals deeming the convoy “unacceptable,” while many of the opposition Conservatives show support.


Fox News had more on the historic convoy:

“It’s 70 km long,” Benjamin Dichter, spokesman for the Freedom Convoy 2022, told the Toronto Sun. “I have seen footage from an airplane. It’s impressive.”

The Freedom Convoy left from Vancouver for Ottawa on Sunday to protest the federal government’s vaccine mandates for cross-border truckers, which took effect on Jan. 15.

The Canadian Trucking Alliance estimates that roughly 15% of truckers in the country are not fully vaccinated, or about 16,000 truck drivers.


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