The Courage of Canadian Truckers Galvanizes the Nation: “When Justin Trudeau Called Us Terrorists, I Would Have Crawled on My Hands and Knees to Be Here.”
by Free to Fly
sourced from Free to Fly newsletter
February 6, 2022
The galvanizing effect of the freedom convoy continues to deeply impact our nation, coast to coast. This spirit of genuine care, kindness and unity shared across the spectrum of Canadian ages, nationalities, and political backgrounds is palpable at these events. Descriptions like dangerous, hateful or racist, coming from some politicians, media and police leaders are sad and laughable to anyone who has attended.
We’ve heard, time and again, people say they feel hope for the first time in years.
Over the past 24 hours, Greg was able to sit in a big rig and chat with a couple courageous truckers. Their sincerity and raw emotion are incredibly compelling. He was also asked to speak on behalf of Free to Fly on Parliament Hill.
Please watch and share these links on your social media, as we seek to take back freedom in Canada!
A Canadian trucker explains why he is putting everything on the line for freedom in Canada.
“I never thought I’d be called a hero.”
“When Justin Trudeau called us terrorists, I would have crawled on my hands and knees to be here.”
A Canadian truck driver explains how he’s willing to put his sole means of income on the line in order to reestablish freedom in Canada.
“If this truck totally gets wrecked, it’s all worth it.”
Greg Hill, an airline pilot on forced leave for refusing the vaccine, delivers an impassioned speech at the trucker rally in Ottawa. Join him in his mission of freedom at freetofly.ca
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