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Canada’s Major Banks Reportedly OFFLINE As Trudeau’s Dictatorial Powers Take Effect


Justin Trudeau is a dictator, and we all know what must become of dictators.

We have been bringing you update after update on the Canadian freedom convoy, and how Trudeau’s administration is currently trying to quash the peaceful protest movement, as well as any donations to the demonstrators.

These tyrants are freezing bank accounts because their 99.89% failed narrative has pretty much completely collapsed.

Instead of simply admitting defeat with some shred of dignity the Trudeau administration is doubling down on failed rhetoric and catastrophic policies….

Sources claim that following the enacting of Canada’s Emergency Act many of Canada’s major banks are now offline, or have suffered mysterious outages.

Let’s take a look at the claims:

Becker News claims:

“Canada’s largest banks are all offline,” Rebel News editor Ezra Levant reported. “Royal Bank, BMO Bank of Montreal, CIBC Bank.”

“Did Trudeau try to hack into their databases?” Levant asked. “Did the U.S. hack them first, to stop it? What could cause all three to crash on the same day — hours after Trudeau’s expropriation order?”

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Zero Hedge had this to report:

BMO customers also reported issues. One customer said, “I’m having trouble and money transfer just auto gets rejected for no reason. Not going over my limit, all info is verified correct and receiving bank says no issues on their end.”

There were countless stories of banking customers who experienced trouble accessing their funds yesterday evening. No bank explained the source of the outrage, but essential to note the outage comes, as we said above, days after Trudeau invoked the Emergencies Act.


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