Alberta Protest Disbanded After Weapons, Tractor, and Semi Seized by RCMP; Bank Accounts Frozen for Protesters

Faye Higbee

The Alberta protest was disbanded after a tractor and semi, along with numerous weapons were seized by the RCMP on Valentine’s Day. The police narrative that connected it to the protest may not be exactly correct. The Police claimed that a large farm tractor and semi attempted to ram a police vehicle, and that the weapons were gathered by a small segment of the protesters with a ‘militant mindset.’ Eleven people were arrested. In order to preserve the peaceful nature of the protest, the Alberta part of the protest began disbanding on Tuesday.

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However, Trudeau’s Emergency declaration has only cemented the anger, as he gave himself the power to cut off the bank accounts for people involved in the trucker’s protest and other tyrannical movements originally designed for al-Qaeda terrorists.

The Alberta RCMP recently became aware of a small organized group within the larger Coutts protest. Information was received that this group had access to a cache of firearms with a large quantity of ammunition. The group was said to have a willingness to use force against the police if any attempts were made to disrupt the blockade. This resulted in an immediate and complex investigation to determine the extent of the threat and criminal organization.

As a result of this investigation, the Alberta RCMP executed a search warrant during the early hours of Feb. 14, on three trailers associated to this criminal organization. This resulted in the arrest and detainment of 11 individuals…

An example of the militant mindset of a small segment of the protest, earlier in the evening, at approximately 8:00 p.m., a large farm tractor and a semi truck, both involved in the blockade, attempted to ram a police vehicle. The police officer was able to reposition and avoid the collision. RCMP officers followed the suspects to a location where the protesters were gatheredThe driver of the tractor was identified and we are actively working to locate him so he can be taken into custody. The Alberta RCMP have seized the farm tractor and semi truck involved in this incident.

RCMP press release
Screenshot via RCMP

A Canadian man stated on TikTok that the arrests and weapons were NOT connected to the Coutts protest, and that it occurred at a residence nearby. But the media in Canada is using the incident to smear the entire protest (which is a typical left wing media tactic). RCMP continues to state that it was a faction of the protest, which is what caused the exodus of truckers. They felt the group had infiltrated their protest, were unsure of the intent of the group, and didn’t want to be associated with them.

Trudeau’s tyrannical actions

We are broadening the scope of Canada’s anti-money laundering and terrorist financing rules, so that they cover crowdfunding platforms and the payment service providers they use. These changes cover all forms of transactions including digital assets, such as cryptocurrencies. The illegal blockades have highlighted the fact that crowdfunding platforms and some of the payment service providers they use are not fully captured under the proceeds of Crime and Terrorist Financing Act. 

The Deputy Prime Minister of Canada

If you disagree with Trudeau and his cronies, you are a terrorist. Plus, they now want to know exactly who the truckers are… for what purpose? To ratchet down their actions against the truckers.

As the truckers pulled out of the area, a police checkpoint was set up to take driver’s licenses and plates.

Heavy-handed enforcement

Since the pandemic began, Canadian police, including the RCMP, have been heavy-handed in their enforcement of restrictions. Since the “Freedom Convoy” encountered Trudeau’s emergency measures, some situations appear to be coming off the rails. An emotional person describes the heavy-handed treatment of protesters in Windsor, Ontario.

When we said the truckers were on the front lines of freedom, we weren’t just babbling platitudes. They are paying a tremendous price for disagreeing with the dictator of Canada. Hackers took down GiveSendGo, the website funding the trucker protest, although they are back up now. Was that just to get the names of donors? There are questions about who did it. But the issues facing Canada right now are already here in the US. The DC Trucker convoy is set to begin within the next few days. The bad guys will never win in the long run, but they are a barrier to freedom in the short term.

They praise diversity, even as they demand conformity. They’re entirely passive-aggressive. But they’re no less dangerous. One morning you wake up and they’ve canceled your job and seized your bank account for the crime of disagreeing with them. This is the architecture of tyranny, and it’s not just happening in Canada. It’s happening here in the United States. It will be used against us. Bet on it. 

Tucker Carlson


Featured screenshot of Alberta truckers leaving the Coutts area via The Canadian Press

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