The weakness of the Trudeau Liberals has emboldened extremists, and now all bets are off.
As I’ve been saying, the more the Trudeau Liberals refuse to enforce the laws, and the more they show weakness, the more emboldened radical extremists will become.
And that’s exactly what’s happened.
A group of ‘extinction rebellion’ radicals went to the home of B.C. Premier John Horgan, and staged what they called a ‘Citizens Arrest.’
They laid down on his driveway, attempting to prevent him from leaving.
"That's so unprofessional" – response from protester lying in John Horgan's driveway, after the premier allegedly hurled an f-bomb at the group. Full story on this morning’s blockade: https://t.co/7BqpbtSVHV pic.twitter.com/laCxCe2jA1
— Andrew Johnson (@CTVNewsAndrew) February 18, 2020
They were then arrested, showing that the law apparently only gets enforced when a politician is ‘inconvenienced.’
Still, it’s very disturbing that protesters feel emboldened enough to go to the home of a ‘leader’ and threaten to ‘arrest’ them.
It’s a sign that far more escalation is on the way, which we knew would happen.
Trudeau’s weakness has made it clear that there are no real consequences to law-breaking, as long as that ‘law-breaking’ is covered up with the veneer of ‘activism.’
Meanwhile, law-abiding Canadians get screwed over again and again and again.
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