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Trudeau event at brewery cancelled after protesters arrived

It was apparently not “safe” for Justin Trudeau to attend a planned event at a Brewery.

Friday, July 15, Trudeau was scheduled to visit the Brasserie Etienne Brule Brewery in Embrun, Ontario, about 30 minutes east of Ottawa, which was cancelled because protesters show up across the street to express their disapproval of the divisive prime minister.

There was a visible group of about a dozen people and some tractors. Some of the protesters waved Canada flags “including one who was carrying a flag emblazoned with a profanity directed at Trudeau.”

RCMP officers in plain clothes were posted outside.

“Due to the size and composition of the protest group and for the safety of all attendees, it was decided that it was not safe for the prime minister to attend the location,” the RCMP National Division said in a statement to CBC News.

The CBC claims the brewery was “packed” inside and on the outdoor patio and three people that were on the patio were asked to leave but there was no details given as to why.

Government sources acknowledged that Freedom Convoy supporters who were against the Covid-19 restrictions and vaccine requirements that gave rise to their campaign as well as the government’s draconian treatment of civilians, were the ones who inspired the gathering.

At the brewery, protesters urged that Trudeau be removed or resign from office.

Trudeau’s failures and harsh treatment of citizens hass been noticed all over the world and recently, July 14, 2022, on the Joe Rogan, Rogan echoed the sentiments of the protesters by telling comedian Tom Segura that Trudeau is a “dictator” and “Canada is Communist.”

“They’re f*cked. They gotta get rid of that guy.”

During a recent visit to Sudbury Trudeau was called a ‘communist pig’.

He was also urged to release political prisoners, a clear reference to Freedom Convoy leader Tamara Lich, who was recently re-arrested for allegedly violating her bail conditions.

On February 17, Lich was arrested and held without bail after Trudeau invoked Canada’s Emergencies Act to stop the freedom convoy. She was told that if she publicly criticized the government, she would violate her bail.

“Oh, you don’t like criticism,” Rogan said about Trudeau. “You’re trying to shut down criticism by saying that all your critics are misogynists and racists.”

This is the second Trudeau event cancelled within the last two months. Trudeau bailed on the liberal fund raiser in Surrey where about 100 protesters showed up voicing their disapproval of Justin Trudeau. Trudeau opted to appear virtually.

During an election 2021 campaign stop in Surrey, protesters booed Trudeau and chased him away.

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