If you’re not fluent in the language of trucker horns, don’t lose hope—a few liberals in the Canadian Parliament believe they have the ability to interpret the unique horn language for everyone.

During House of Commons proceedings, Canadian  Liberal MP Ya’ara Saks told fellow members that “honk, honk” is “an acronym for ‘Heil Hitler.'”  Ya’ara was testifying in defense of Trudeau invoking the Emergencies Act to crack down on Canadian freedom protesters when she made the brilliant pronouncement.

On Monday, in response to freedom protests that continued to spread across Canada over the past few weeks, Canada’s parliament voted 185 in favor to 151 against to confirm Prime Minister Trudeau’s declaration of the Emergencies Act. Saks voted “yea” to authorize Trudeau’s invocation of the Emergencies Act.

“How many guns need to be seized? How much vitriol do we have to see of ‘Honk Honk,’ which is a new acronym [sic] of ‘Heil Hitler’? What do we need to see by these protesters on social media?” Ya’ara Saks asked.

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If you thought this was an outlandish interpretation of horns and would like more proof, you need not look any further. Saks attempted to defend her interpretations to anyone who may have doubted her on Twitter by citing a thread from a self-proclaimed Antifa member named Gwen Snyder.

“For those who think that ‘Honk Honk’ is some innocuous joke. I’ll leave this here,” Saks said in a Twitter post on Monday.

The self-proclaimed Antifa member named Gwen Snyder wrote:
 “It’s easy to miss nazi/’alt-right’ signifiers are if you aren’t swimming in this cesspool all the time. So this is going to be a running thread on what to watch for, with a special emphasis on vocabulary and symbols that should make you suspicious.”
” Let’s start with a classic and a new variant: 88 and “HH” phrases like “honk honk.” They mean “heil hitler.” H is the 8th letter of the alphabet, thus 88. “Honk honk” is associated with the honkler and is often used “ironically” by alt-right trolls.”

Ya’ara attempted to defend her interpretation by posting her defended her comments on Twitter by citing a thread from a self-proclaimed Antifa member named Gwen Snyder.

We will end this article with a BEEP BEEP, and let these brilliant liberals let us know what we meant by that!

 

 

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