Huge Freedom Convoy Gets ‘Attacked’ By The Police In Paris As ‘Standoff’ Continues In Canada

After a court injunction ordering them to leave was issued yesterday, the Freedom Convoy voted to stay. Vaccine mandates have been the subject of several demonstrations worldwide, but truckers and protests in Canada have reignited the movement. The convoy halted at the Ambassador Bridge in Windsor, Ontario, on its journey to Quebec.

The Freedom Convoy protest/blockade of the Ambassador Bridge in Windsor, Ontario, was granted an injunction by the court. According to the court, the order will take effect at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, giving demonstrators a couple of hours to depart the area.

According to the reports, the injunction will last ten days. According to authorities, charges/convictions might result in refusal of entry into the United States. The Governor of Michigan offered Windsor heavy equipment to move the trucks. Windsor Mayor Dilkens said, “The state of Michigan and the Governor’s Administration have personally volunteered to bring over heavy equipment.”

Moreover, Windsor police made a mistake by waiting and not preventing additional individuals from entering. When they first started advancing on them, just a few dozen. As a result, they’ll have to deal with more individuals today. However, no arrests have been made as they force the demonstrators back.

At the time of writing, 1,000 to 2,000 individuals were believed to have been involved in violent battles between police and demonstrators in downtown Toronto. The Deputy Chief of Police has stated that he has no idea how long it will take to find a peaceful conclusion.

Therefore, a large crowd gathered in Paris on Saturday, but unlike in Canada, the French police were entirely out of control. They blocked 500 people from driving into the city center, then attacked those who attempted to enter. The cops in Paris are out of control, using tear gas, kicking, and assaulting demonstrators. With armored personnel carriers and water cannon vehicles, the French deployed almost 7,000 police officers around the city.