Pretty Petty: Ottawa Judge Grants 10-Day Injunction to Stop Freedom Convoy from Honking Horns

Nick Kangadis | February 8, 2022
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Next thing you know, the Canadian government are going to construct oppressive gulags to house people who are simply protesting for freedom. Isn’t it ironic? Don’t ya think?

A judge in Ontario, Canada “granted a 10-day injunction,” according to the Washington Examiner, that prevents truckers within the Freedom Convoy from honking their horns.

Ottawa resident Zexi Li filed a frivolous lawsuit on February 4 seeking $9.8 million dollars in damages because of the noise emanating from the protests, claiming “psychological distress and [interference] with psychological integrity.”

While it’s understandable not to want horns being honked all the time, to file a lawsuit that basically boils down to a money grab — for no other reason than someone being inconvenienced — shows the mentality that authoritarian governments, led by people like Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, have successfully implanted in the brains of their loyal constituents. 

To that point, in a court filed sworn affidavit, one “Ottawan who lives downtown” gave witness testimony that the “truckers have been ‘friendly, courteous, humble, considerate and peaceful.”

However, that didn’t prevent the judge from granting the injunction.

There have been so many conflicting reports on the Freedom Convoy, we should probably just continue to distrust the media who are funded by the government — the same government that’s doing everything they can, including stealing fuel from the truckers, to put their boots on protesters.