Trudeau Declares Martial Law Will Continue Despite Removal of Freedom Convoy Blockades

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that the emergency powers he invoked last week will remain in place despite the RCMP clearing out all of the Freedom Convoy blockades in Ottawa and elsewhere in the country.

“Even though the blockades are lifted across border openings right now, even though things seem to be resolving very well in Ottawa, this state of emergency is not over. There continue to be real concerns about the coming days,” Trudeau said Monday at a press conference, without giving details.

“But we will continue to evaluate every single day whether or not it is time,” he continued, adding that his emergency powers won’t be used “for a minute longer” than necessary.

But when asked if his emergency powers would continue over the next several months, Trudeau answered: “Indeed. This is something we are thinking about, of course.”

Trudeau also asserted that any lawmakers in Parliament who vote against the invocation of the Emergencies Act just have a “deep mistrust” in the government’s capabilities.

“I can’t imagine anyone voting against this bill as expressing anything other than a deep mistrust in the government’s ability to keep Canadians safe at an extraordinarily important time,” Trudeau said.

This comes as Canadian Finance Minister and WEF board member Chrystia Freeland announced last week that the government would seek to make the emergency powers to freeze any bank accounts they don’t like permanent.

Are Trudeau and Freeland’s remarks really that surprising?

After all, Trudeau did once praise Communist China’s “dictatorship” because it “gets things done.”

As Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman once said: “Nothing is so permanent as a temporary government program.”

Watch Trudeau’s full press conference:

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