Breaking: Ottawa Storm Troopers Are Now Deploying Non Lethal Munitions On Peaceful Protesters And Journalists While Spreading Misinformation Online (Videos)

Police have moved protesters off of Wellington Street in front of Parliament as part of an aggressive push to remove the ‘Freedom Convoy’ demonstration that has occupied Ottawa streets for three weeks.

Armed with batons and wearing helmets, and reportedly deploying pepper spray at times, police moved quickly Saturday morning to push a line of protesters back from near the Chateau Laurier hotel on Wellington Street. By 11 a.m., the police line had moved the protesters onto O’Connor Street. Images showed two lines of officers on either side of Wellington Street near O’Connor, retaking the central hub of the occupation on Parliament Hill.

The operation began at around 9:15 a.m., as a line of officers moved out of the Chateau Laurier hotel and began to push the protest line back. Police have confirmed at least one arrest, though the full number is not yet known. More than 100 arrests were made Friday.
Ottawa police tweeted this morning:

Police did not used gas on protesters yesterday. They have not used gas on protesters today.

This was another lie because they were literally caught on video trying to start a riot by attacking the peaceful protesters:

People online managed to get a snapshot of the exact moment Ottawa police aimed for Alexa’s leg:

The results of the tyrancal measures today was

ARRESTS: 47 today

VEHICLES TOWED: 38 since yesterday

STREETS CLEARED: Protesters have been cleared on Wellington up to O’Conner.

The police continue to spread misinformation online:

(This post may contain disputed claims. We make no assertions as to the validity of the information presented by our Opinion Columnist. This is an opinion article, and this post should be treated as such. Enjoy.)

George Rowe

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