After declaring the Emergency Act on Monday the Trudeau government is tracking down freedom protesters and their supporters and freezing their bank accounts.
Canadians are losing their government jobs for donating as little as $100 dollars to protesters who oppose the tyrannical governement.
And the state-run media is bragging about using hacked data to name, shame and punish Canadians who donated to a GiveSendGo campaign that supported the Freedom Truckers in Canada.
At the same time, Justin Trudeau has refused to speak with protesters or meet with them for the three weeks they have been protesting.
On Thursday Elon Musk tweeted out a photo of Hitler asking people to quit comparing him to Justin Trudeau.
This is ironic considering Trudeau accused the massive protest movement of supporting Nazis because one mysterious Nazi flag waving supporter turned up at one of the dozens of rallies across the country.
The Daily Mail reported:
Elon Musk has compared Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to Adolf Hitler in a meme criticizing his crackdown on Freedom Convoy protests.
Musk, the world’s richest man and a cryptocurrency advocate, posted the meme on Twitter early Thursday, responding to reports that Mounties are seeking to freeze crypto wallets tied to the protests.
The image depicts the Nazi dictator Hitler with the text: ‘Stop comparing me to Justin Trudeau… I had a budget.’ The reference to a ‘budget’ is unclear and suggests the meme is recycled from some prior controversy over Canada’s government spending.
The Tesla CEO has been critical of covid restrictions, including vaccine mandates. In December, he confirmed that he and his children have been vaccinated, saying ‘the science is unequivocal’ but that he does not approve of vaccine mandates.
‘You are taking a risk, but people do risky things all the time,’ speaking of the unvaccinated but he still believes that being vaccinated should be a personal choice.
‘I believe we’ve got to watch out for the erosion of freedom in America,’ he said.
Musk moved to Texas in 2021 from California over the state’s strict covid mandates.