Trudeau’s authoritarian crackdown on freedom convoy demonstrators and their supporters continues.  Despite the measures that the Canadian government has taken to break the will of the protesters, from freezing supporters bank accounts to using physical force, the protests have continued.

Canadian police have started to intensify their crackdown and are using more brutal tactics to disperse protsters.  On Friday, Ottawa police trampled an elderly woman in a scooter with a horse.  This weekend, a Rebel News journalist was shot with a non lethal weapon as police deployed tear gas and other brutal measures to break up the protests.

In the face of this brutal crackdown, one GOP lawmaker has proposed that the United States grant asylum to Canadian truckers.  The United States is currently experiencing a trucker shortage that is one of the leading causes behind the supply chain crisis we have experienced under the Biden regime.  Newsmax Reports

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Rep. Yvette Herrell, R-N.M, said she plans to introduce a bill that would grant temporary asylum to the Canadian “Freedom Convoy” truckers, who have been protesting the country’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for truckers over the last month.

Canadian police have started to arrest protestors in Ottawa, Canada’s capital. Approximately 200 have been arrested as of Sunday morning, with 57 vehicles having been towed so far. Townhall reports that among those arrested, 103 have been charged, mostly for mischief and obstruction.

On Twitter, Herrell said Saturday that “[J]ust as we provide asylum for political prisoners, we should do the same for truckers who have been subjected to violence, had their property confiscated, and their bank accounts frozen by a government that is quickly becoming the embarrassment of the free world. I am introducing legislation that would temporarily grant asylum to innocent Canadian protesters who are being persecuted by their own government. We cannot be silent as our neighbors to the north are treated so badly.”

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