After driving thousands of kilometres across Canada through frigid February weather, at long last, the United We Roll Convoy touched-down in Ottawa.
And they brought with them a blunt message for the Justin Trudeau Liberals:
Oil industry workers don't want a handout or a bailout. They just want government to get out of the way by approving pipeline projects so that Canada’s multi-billion-dollar oil sector can thrive again.
Of course, the usual suspects of Antifa showed up to scream at the convoy participants. As always, I tried to get them to explain exactly what they were protesting against, but got either silence or abuse.
(Speaking of which, we also happened to capture the thug who assaulted my colleague Keean Bexte in this video too; if you recognize him, visit FindTheThug.com and you may get a $500 reward, as part of our effort to bring this guy to justice.)
All in all, the United We Roll convoy accomplished their mission: They brought their pro-pipeline message to Justin Trudeau’s doorstep, loud and clear. Yet the question remains: Was anybody in the Liberal government listening?
PS: See ALL our coverage of the United We Roll convoy from Alberta to the nation’s capital, at RebelConvoy.com