A massive convoy of truckers has blockaded the US-Canada border in an effort to force negotiations with an authoritarian government over COVID restrictions and mandates, including forced vaccinations, that are being shoved down the throats of Canadians.
The arrogant Canadian Parliament, led by Canada’s incompetent Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, refuses to speak with the 50,000+ truckers who formed a #TruckersForFreedom convoy that rolled into Ottawa this weekend. When Trudeau was asked about the massive convoy and the hundreds of thousands of citizens who support them, he referred to them as a “small fringe.”
The “small fringe” of truckers have now made their way to the US-Canada border in Alberta, where they are blocking the US-Canada border.
BREAKING: Massive convoy of truckers have blockaded the US-Canada border crossing in Alberta pic.twitter.com/A4KHrzETbv
— Truckistan Amb. Poso 🏁 (@JackPosobiec) January 31, 2022
One of the lawyers representing the truckers spoke with Rebel News on the Canada-US border about the protest and how truckers are not backing down, despite the threats of arrest and seizure of equipment by Canadian police officers.
To donate to the defense fund for the truckers, go here: TruckerLawyer.ca
— Melissa 4 Freedom 🗣 (@MelissaLMRogers) February 1, 2022
Now, it’s being reported that several tow truck companies in Alberta are refusing to help authorities remove the blockade at the Canada-U.S. border.
Several tow truck companies in Alberta are, for various reasons, refusing to help authorities remove the blockade at the Canada-U.S. border.
— Rebel News (@RebelNewsOnline) February 1, 2022
Rebel News reports – Canadian police seeking the assistance of tow truck companies in the removal of trucks participating in the blockade of the Canada-U.S. border are coming up short due to the company’s refusal to assist in dismantling the protest.
According to local towing companies that spoke with the Western Standard, police have placed requests since Sunday for them to assist the RCMP in the removal of trucks and other vehicles participating in the protest. The companies said that they would not be doing so.
The publication spoke with a number of towing companies in the region, including in Calgary, Lethbridge, and Medicine Hat. One of the companies, City Wide Towing, said it had tow trucks at the blockage to help support stranded drivers but confirmed that none of its vehicles stayed on scene to assist authorities.
“Our trucks won’t be heading outside of Calgary today,” confirmed an employee to Western Standard. “We will be remaining in Calgary to service the surrounding area.”
Other companies contacted by the publication said they did not want to get involved, and refused to offer comment for the report. A smaller towing company, which was not named by the publication, said it is “stuck between a rock and a hard place.”
“We have created relationships in our community and contracts that would be in jeopardy if we participate in any way,” said an employee for the company, who requested anonymity. “A lot of these smaller companies don’t want to ruin their reputation in the communities they serve so they don’t want to get involved.”