Saturday, May 25, 2024

America’s Cosmopolitan Politicians, Bankers and CEOs Meddled to End Freedom Convoy

'We didn’t save NAFTA only to have it undermined...'

(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) America’s cosmopolitan politicians united with international bankers and globalist CEOs to form a cabal against the populist truckers protesting vaccine mandates in Canada, according to sworn testimony.

During an investigation into Justin Trudeau‘s history-making declaration of martial law, interference in the matter by American politicians became evident, according to Politico.

This, of course, means that America’s cosmopolitan class was, at least partially responsible, for the freezing of bank accounts, violation of the freedom of association, and compelled vehicle confiscation.

Chrystia Freeland, Canada’s Finance Minister, following a conversation with Brian Deese (Joe Biden’s top economic advisor and his director of the National Economic Council), told her staff that the Americans “are very, very, very worried.” She wrote that, “if this is not sorted out in the next 12 hours, all of their northeastern car plants will shut down.”

Freeland and Deese set up a phone call between Trudeau and Biden. However, according to Brian Clow, Trudeau’s deputy chief of staff, the Whitehouse and Trudeau were already in communication. The subsequent meeting established that both Biden and Trudeau saw the Freedom Convoy as a problem shared by both nations.

Trudeau also asked Biden for help with American influence on the protests, including, “money, people, and political/media support,” specifically singling out Tucker Carlson for his public support of the truckers.

Infamous sodomite and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg was also involved in the cosmopolitan scheming. The American secretary initiated contact with Omar Alghabra, Canada’s transport minister, to nag him about the protests. Buttigieg was screeching for “a plan to resolve” the conflict.

The cosmopolitan politicians were joined by bankers, union leaders and CEOs. Darryl White (CEO of BMO), Bharat Masrani (TD Bank’s CEO), Flavio Volpe (President of the Auto Parts Manufacturer’s Association) and Alan Kestenbaum (CEO of Stelco) were all pressuring the Canadian government.

Freeland assured her cabal of cosmopolitan economic interests that, “We didn’t save NAFTA only to have it undermined.”

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