According to news reports, hackers have released personal information about donors to the Tuckers’ protests, and Twitter is allowing the hacked information to spread on its platform in violation of its own policies.
For comparison, Twitter used the pretext of hacked information to put a gag order on the Biden laptop story. In reality there was good evidence that the information was obtained legally from an abandoned laptop. In another odd parallel with the Biden laptop, the CBC has claimed that Russia is behind the protests; in both cases there has been no evidence to support the claims.
These actions have come immediately after Puppet-in-Chief Biden called on Trudeau to use federal powers to end the protests. Trudeau responded by invoking a state of emergency to impose a form of martial law. The last time a similar thing happened was in 1970 when Trudeau’s father invoked the War Powers Act in response after the Front de Libération du Québec (FLQ) kidnapped the provincial Deputy Premier and a British diplomat.
Are forces in Washington and Silicon Valley really calling the shots in Canada?
Yes, the government is taking assets without a court order. The law is intended to combat terrorism, not non-violent protests.
Is the US attempting to instigate a fascist coup in Canada?
Where is the State Department’s defense of human rights?
For comparison, consider this recent statement decrying similar actions in Russia to end anti-Putin protests:
The United States strongly condemns the use of harsh tactics against protesters and journalists this weekend in cities throughout Russia. Prior to today’s events, the Russian government sought to suppress the rights to peaceful assembly and freedom of expression by harassing protest organizers, threatening social media platforms, and pre-emptively arresting potential participants. This follows years of tightening restrictions on and repressive actions against civil society, independent media, and the political opposition.