The Crimes of Justin Trudeau: The Coutts 4
Gord Magill

April 3, 2024

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The Emergency Measures Act in Canada was passed under the Liberal Government of Pierre Trudeau in 1988. Since its enactment, the EMA has been used only once, by his son, Justin Trudeau, to shut down the Freedom Convoy. The Act authorizes the Government of Canada to take extraordinary temporary measures in response to urgent and critical situations that cannot be effectively dealt with under other laws. In cases of public welfare or public order emergencies confined to one province, the Act cannot be used if the provincial cabinet indicates that the situation is within its capacity to handle.

Which means that Justin Trudeau needed the cooperation of Doug Ford of the Ontario government who claimed that the province did not have the capacity to handle the peaceful protest in Ottawa, and he needed to find scapegoats in another province. Those scapegoats were Jerry Morin, Anthony Olienick, Chris Carbert, and Chris Lysak, collectively known as the Coutts 4, so named after the truckers’ demonstration of the Coutts border crossing in Alberta.

And the timing of their arrest and accusations against them was very convenient for Justin. The RCMP at the behest of Trudeau’s government started an undercover operation during the Coutts protest. They claimed that on February 10th, protester Anthony Olienick informed two undercover female police officers that he was expecting a delivery, which the officers understood to be a bag of firearms, although no such statement was made by Olienick.

Just after midnight on February 14th, the RCMP executed a search warrant against the four men under charges of conspiring to murder a police officer, despite the fact that prior to their subsequent arrest only two of the men knew each other, and no such statements were made by any of the four men. One of the four men was arrested on his way to work, some 400 kilometers from the protest taking place at Coutts.

The next day, on February 15th of 2022, Justin Trudeau implemented the Emergency Measures Act to shut down the Freedom Convoy and other truckers’ protests across Canada.

Gord Magill is a Canadian trucker, writer, podcaster, and commentator, with 27 years on the road in four different countries. He regularly contributes to Newsweek, American Compass, Compact, and numerous other publications, including his own Autonomous Truck(er)s substack, where he also hosts the Voice Of GO(r)D podcast. Gord has kept close tabs on the Coutts 4 over the past two years, and he joins me today to bring us the truth, the whole truth that our government has tried to suppress and mainstream media has perverted to accommodate the government narrative.

What you will hear in this extensive interview is the real reason Trudeau enacted the EMA, the gross miscarriage of justice to which these four men had been subjected, and the continued threat to our rights and freedoms that will almost certainly occur again if Trudeau’s government is allowed to get away with their illegal actions.

LINK: Autonomous Truck(er)s – https://autonomoustruckers.substack.com/

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