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The wrong way to approach a radical group
— Joe Perkins (@JoePerkinsCHEK) February 11, 2020
The way you get arrested
The protesters who set up the illegal blockade face no punishment, while Canadians who are just trying to get to work get arrested for taking it down.
Canada is becoming a laughingstock. pic.twitter.com/7SfB8JGHyE
— Canada Proud (@WeAreCanProud) February 11, 2020
Because police don’t have permission to arrest the protestors
Here’s the reason why protesters weren’t being arrested.
“Police refused to arrest any of the protesters who were blocking the highway as they did not have orders from their superiors to do so.”
…not my Canada…https://t.co/ZDfIhkppZG
— CaBird (@Bird5Ca) February 11, 2020
Ottawa takes this seriously (but their actions belie that)
The president and CEO of CN Rail said the impact of the blockades are "harming the country's reputation as a stable and viable supply chain partner." https://t.co/QIupg3r660
— CBC News (@CBCNews) February 12, 2020
This is terrorism. https://t.co/LgBOy6wxM8
— Spencer Fernando 🇨🇦 (@SpencerFernando) February 12, 2020
Rule of Law?
From inside the truck
Video from inside the truck that was in the news for running one of the blockades yesterday.
Remember, not all heroes wear capes, some drive old trucks with rebel flags on the dash lol pic.twitter.com/ttldOVTPEU
— Tiffany (@tiffanyrg9) February 11, 2020
Don’t push things in front of moving vehicles. It’s just a terrible idea.