Polish immigrants arrived in Ottawa today with truckloads of Polish food for the Canadian truckers – #TruckersForFreedom – protesting the trucker vaccine mandate.

Thousands of Canadians have already come out in support of these truckers and what they stand for, lining the streets and highways to cheer on the convoy.

Among all of the support the truckers are getting, some of the most impactful support came from a group of Polish women, who were interviewed by Laura Lynn Tyler Thompson, former co-host of The 700 Club Canada.

Pulling up with trucks and crates filled with 1,550 Polish sausages, pączkis (polish donuts), and bread, these women came prepared to feed as many truckers as possible with all their delicious food.

When asked by Thompson why they brought all of this food, one of the women, Bernadette, replied,

“Because we stand behind them. We come from [a] communist country, and we came here because we didn’t want to have oppression. We wanted to live in the free country, and for the last two years, we’re living like prisoners. We are being told to stay at home, we’re told not to go to the restaurant, not to go to the church! I mean, this is unbelievable during communism times we were able and free to go to the church… I really can’t take it anymore.”

This is a perfect example of what is happening to our free countries amidst the vaccine mandates and the onset of panic that’s fueled by our Liberal media and our governments. Coming from a communist country, you’d expect to find the freedom you were promised in North America.

Many more have shown up with food and supplies for the truckers, including Canadian students who also brought food for their fellow supporters.

It just goes to show how many people are tired of being forced to do things by the government. Canadians and Americans alike continue to be proud of these truckers for taking such a powerful stand against the government in defense of our freedoms.


Food is being served to the truckers by citizens across Canada from every walk of life.

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