The Senate Speech That May Have Forced Justin Trudeau to Revoke the Emergencies Act
Canada cancelled the Emergencies Act today. Regardless of what the government and media may claim, the most likely reason is that the Senate would have voted against it following a truly remarkable speech given by Senator Donald Plett. It is a remarkable speech that sets the record straight about what happened on the ground in Ottawa over these past weeks, the dangerous legal precendents that were being set, the historical context of what Justin Trudeau tried to impose, and the devastating consequences to our democracy, our legal system, and our financial system.
I encourage you to listen to Senator Plett’s extraordinary speech - it is worth every minute. And please send it to every single person you know, especially those who believed the government’s actions to be lawful. This speech goes a very long way towards helping Canadians understand the terrifying magnitude of what our leaders did and the monumental challenges ahead to repair the damage that has been done to our country over these past few weeks.
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It was too long for my liking. I think he made the strongest points early on, regarding the liberal central tenets of multiculturalism. I thought it was super interesting that he noted the hypocrisy of Liberal desires for "multiculturalism", but they couldn't handle the fact that anyone thought differently to them!
This is in fact the biggest hypocrisy of Canadian's "multiculturalism" on the whole. "We want multiculturalism, as long as it agrees with the Liberal Party of Canada" !!
I’ve read a lot of theories about the reason—and no doubt there are many—but hadn’t heard about this galvanizing speech. I’m excited to listen, and thanks for the heads-up, Julius!
Here are a few of the other theories I’ve come across: