Things are just getting better right after how these people, especially kids have shown their love and support for our dear truckers.
WATCH: Crowds lined up in the cold cheering Convoy for Freedom 2022 pic.twitter.com/vnKA9f3YhM
— Release The Poso (@JackPosobiec) January 27, 2022
You can clearly feel the love from these kids who clearly see and feel the passion and sacrifice of our truck drivers for this very young age.
These are our real heroes and not these corrupt politicians who are blinded by the truth.
Speaking of corruption, Justin Trudeau has reportedly confirmed that he is a hypocrite following the Ottawa Health rules.
Last night, I learned that I have been exposed to COVID-19. My rapid test result was negative. I am following @OttawaHealth rules and isolating for five days. I feel fine and will be working from home. Stay safe, everyone – and please get vaccinated.
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) January 27, 2022
Clearly, he has no sympathy for these truck driver heroes as he is fully benefiting from their cargo efforts. What a shame to Canada and its values.
Check out this continued support from the locals:
Canada’s trucker protest continues with thousands and thousands of vehicles. pic.twitter.com/rO0RClVjP0
— Aaron Ginn (@aginnt) January 26, 2022
No matter how small they are in the eyes of these politicians, they will never stop fighting for what is right and what should be done.
Canadian truck drivers determined to shut down central Ottawa over a federal government vaccine mandate rolled across the country toward the capital on Thursday, boosted by praise from Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk.
The protesters are unhappy that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government has imposed a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for cross-border truck drivers.
Industry officials say 90% of drivers traversing the U.S. frontier are inoculated but a minority have refused, saying the mandate contravenes personal freedom.
“Canadian truckers rule,” tweeted Musk, who in September 2020 said he would not get vaccinated for COVID-19 on the grounds he and his family were not at risk. In November 2020 he said he most likely had a mild case.