Liberals, PCO planned for Alberta truck convoy, from Antifa to McKenna

Liberals, PCO planned for Alberta truck convoy, from Antifa to McKenna

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[Rebel Media] The Prime Minister’s chief bureaucrats laughed off the potential of Antifa violence against the United We Roll Convoy, exclusive new access to information documents reveal.

VIDEO: [Rebel Media] Sheila Gunn Reid, of TheRebel.media, reveals exclusive access to information documents that prove Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s chief bureaucrats laughed off the potential of Antifa violence against the 200-truck strong United We Roll Convoy that drove from Alberta to Ottawa in February to protest crippling anti-oil and gas bills C-69 and C-48. [July 8, 2019]


February 20, 2019, the Convoy of 200 trucks, led by central Alberta businessman Glen Carritt reached Ottawa after a week on the road. They had come to protest, among other things, anti-oil and gas bills C-69 and C-48. We embedded Keean Bexte to bring you the other side of the story from inside the convoy. You can see his coverage at RebelConvoy.com.

Once in Ottawa, not a single Liberal politician came out to meet the frustrated truckers and their supporters.

Suspecting that a failure to meet with the convoy didn’t mean that the government was not concerned about the convoy, we filed an ATIP into the Privy Council office to find out what the bureaucrats closest to Trudeau were saying and planning as the convoy converged on the nation’s capital.

We received back over 200 pages of documents showing the truckers were treated as a major security threat, but the Antifa goons who greeted them once in Ottawa were treated as a “fun bit”.

This article continues at [Rebel Media] Liberals planned for United We Roll from antifa to McKenna

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