The Freedom Convoy protests continue across Canada regardless of the attempted crackdown on gas cans and honking:
After the “fuel ban” it is now illegal to bring gas cans to the Freedom Convoy Peaceful Protest — here is what the streets of Ottawa looked like tonight.
God bless these people 🙏🏻😂 pic.twitter.com/kswVn4vtVS
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) February 9, 2022
They can’t arrest all of us.
Canadians swarm the Freedom Convoy with supplies in defiance of the police.pic.twitter.com/qJ0L0iN6wB
— Aaron Ginn (@aginnt) February 9, 2022
Protesters still have the Ambassador Bridge between Detroit and Windsor shut down:
other on I-75
Location: Both Directions I-75 at Bridge to Canada
Lanes Blocked: Exit Ramp
Event Message: BRIDGE TO CANADA IN DETROIT EXIT RAMPS ARE CLOSED. USE PORT HURON, NON-TRUCK TRAFFIC USE WINDSOR TUNNEL@Modernize75
— MDOT – Metro Detroit (@MDOT_MetroDet) February 9, 2022
It's Day 2 of the anti-mandate demonstration in Windsor. There is no incoming traffic from the U.S. on the Ambassador Bridge and trucks are lined up for several kilometres to cross into Michigan. pic.twitter.com/cln0q3F8fk
— Dan Janisse (@winstarjanisse) February 8, 2022
— Mid-Michigan NOW (@midmichigannow) February 8, 2022
Meanwhile, Canada PM Justin Trudeau insists that citizens of that country are more unified than ever behind his policies:
NOW – PM Trudeau: "Canada has never been so strong and together as we are now." pic.twitter.com/XBCmjDQr0J
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) February 9, 2022
In other words…
— Phineas Fahrquar (@irishspy) February 9, 2022
What is he smoking? There's quite a bit of evidence in Ottawa that proves that's not true.
— NYConservatarian (@NYConservtarian) February 9, 2022
Canadians do appear to be pretty strong and united – against Trudeau.
— OpFor (@JeffEps67178890) February 9, 2022
Guy looks like he's having a panic attack
— cryptofanatic (@Cryptof69260077) February 9, 2022