Conservative MPs Met With Anti-Vaccine Leaders Inside Parliament as Convoy Plans to Return to Ottawa
A leaked intelligence report says officials are worried about the so-called "freedom convoy" heading back to Canada's capital next week.
The controversial return of a protester calling himself "Ricky Bobby" set off a chain of events that led to the arrest of one of his supporters.
A tailgate party invitation almost ended in blows during a morning meeting among the "people's convoy" drivers.
The slow-pedaling counterprotest came one day after the truckers got into it with a Tesla.
“All that paint is coming off that street,” a protester said. “Before I get put in my grave, it’s gonna get tarred and feathered.”
“Six antifa vehicles! Six antifa vehicles!”
The convoy's meeting with Republican politicians may be a big step for the group, which had been struggling to maintain support.
As some truckers meet with politicians to discuss vaccine mandates, convoy leaders are advising attendees to avoid D.C. out of fear of being tricked into a Jan. 6–type event.
Tamara Lich and Chris Barber were taken into custody Thursday night, as police stepped up efforts to dismantle the anti-vax protests that have gridlocked Ottawa.
Confederate flags. Swastikas. Racial slurs. Alleged hate crimes. Many BIPOC folks are doing their best to avoid being near the “freedom convoy.”
Two of the four men arrested at an Alberta blockade and accused of conspiring to kill cops were part of an anti-government group.