I’m going to show you some video from inside the protest camp in Burnaby, B.C. that’s trying to physically block the Trans-Mountain pipeline expansion project.
I see this time and again — the foreign funded professional protest class has the bosses, and it has the ground troops. And the ground troops are often pitiful — sometimes mentally ill, sometimes desperately in need of a family or family-like help; and the environmentalists take advantage of them, pay them a few bucks, make them feel important for the first time in their lives — then sell them out, ruining their lives.
And that’s what I want to show you today, some footage taken just this last weekend.
You'll see a cannon fodder protester, claiming the police have no jurisdiction over her. And why not? This is the same girl who was on top of the truck the other week.
She can keep breaking the law, encouraging others to break the law, including with physical violence — and nothing will happen.
Ironically, she repeatedly calls the RCMP "pigs" — even though she and the other protesters are the ones wallowing in the mud, vandalizing equipment, blocking the lawful construction of a pipeline — in the name of "Aboriginal culture."
Remember when Liberal Energy Minister Jim Carr once said that if there was violence on the pipeline route, the army could bring in law and order? And then Trudeau frog-marched him out there, three days later, to apologize and retract?
You don’t think these dirty hippies saw that, and got the message?
NEXT: T. Lee Humphrey, President of JAMES ISC, joins me to talk more about these pipeline protests.
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