Canadian Parliament Member Submits to Authorities After Being Charged for Supporting Patriotic Trucker Convoy
Randy Hillier, a provincial parliament member representing parts of Ontario, surrendered himself to authorities on Monday morning after being charged with multiple felonies for supporting the patriotic convoy of truckers who took the country and the world by storm with their authentic grassroots movement for freedom.
Hillier, who represents the areas of Lanark, Frontenac and Kingston, is being charged with nine criminal counts, including one count of obstructing a person aiding a peace officer, two counts of obstructing an officer, one count of assaulting a police officer, and two counts of mischief to obstruct property with a value greater than $5,000.
“I don’t know how you can obstruct property. Typically we think of obstructing people, not property,” Hillier said during an interview with The Post Millennial discussing his peculiar charges.
“I know I didn’t get into any fights. I know the only time I every touched anybody was in a warm embrace of love and affection and festivities,” he added.
Hillier believes his charges are the beginning of a period of repression in Canada meant to punish supporters of the freedom trucker convoy and other popular movements willing to exercise their rights in defiance of tyrannical authority.
“We started on a path to tyranny. Now, we have criminalized opinions and views that are not consistent with the narrative. You know, no longer are opinions deemed to be offensive. But now they are deemed to be criminal,” Hillier said.
“As far as I know, I am the first elected representative in our country to be charged, criminally, for having a view that is contrary to the government’s,” he added.
“I have instructed my lawyer that I will not accept any condition that prohibits or precludes me from speaking on public policy. I would rather spend time that if they’re going to deny me my freedom, they will be the who will design my freedom they will not be myself,” Hillier continued.
“We saw this last week six European Members of Parliament condemn the state of democracy in our country. I wish I could find six other elected representatives in Canada who would condemn the state of our democracy,” he concluded.
Big League Politics has reported on Canada morphing into a hellish Orwellian tyranny overnight as they brutally suppressed the patriotic trucker convoy:
“The police of Ottawa put out a statement recently warning those involved in the ‘Canadian Freedom Convoy’ that they will pay dearly for daring to protest the nation’s Covid-19 related orders.
Ottawa’s police chief promised that truckers and other protestors involved with the demonstrations will pay severely for the actions and be targeted for “months to come.”
“If you are involved in this protest, we will actively look to identify you and follow up with financial sanctions and criminal charges,” the police chief said at a press conference. “Absolutely. This investigation will go on for months to come.”
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Big League Politics has covered other recent announcements by Otawwa’s police amid the historical freedom convoy protests including their decision to ban journalists from covering much of the drama…
Canada has continued their heavy-handed rule over protestors involved in the ‘Canadian Freedom Convoy’ in one may be considered one of the most brutal and draconian government crackdowns by a western democracy in recent history.
Tensions in the nation remain high; Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently invoked an emergency act allowing for unprecedented exercises of power including both extrajudicial arrests and seizing of funds approved by the state.”
The U.S. government should be concerned more about the lack of freedom in Canada than anything Russia is doing right now.