Canadian Parliament Votes for 30-Day Extension to 'Time Limited' Emergencies Act

Nick Kangadis | February 22, 2022
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Authoritarianism is here to stay in Canada for at least another 30 days.

Canadian bureaucrats in the Canadian House of Commons voted 185-151 in favor of extending dictatorial Prime Minister Justin “Blackface” Trudeau’s enactment of the Emergencies Act on February 14.

Trudeau wanted to be “very clear” when initially speaking about using the Act, saying that “the scope of these measures will be time limited.”

“I want to be very clear,” Trudeau said on Feb. 14. “The scope of these measures will be time limited, geographically targeted, as well as reasonable and proportionate.”

Well, those in the House of Commons extended the definition of “time limited” Monday evening.

Ahead of the vote, Trudeau basically said that if you vote against extending what was supposed to be a “time limited” measure, you “don’t trust the government.”

Related: Trudeau Cracks Down On Freedom Demonstrators - Trampled Beneath Horses, Businesses Corralled & Closed

“I can’t imagine that anyone who votes ‘no’ tonight is doing anything other than indicating that they don’t trust the government to make incredibly momentous and important decisions at a very difficult time,” Trudeau said at a Monday press conference, according to the National Review.

I can’t imagine why people, let alone some Canadian politicians, wouldn’t trust government following an authoritarian edict that gives said untrusted government more power.

The vote came just days after multiple Canadian provincial premiers tweeted their opposition to Trudeau’s enactment of the Emergencies Act, while also still opposing the Freedom Convoy protests and the supporters of it.

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