Court: Trucker Suppression Illegal

( – In a severe blow to leftist abuse of government power, a Canadian federal court has ruled that the country’s scandalous Prime Minister, Justice Trudeau, violated its constitution in 2022 by using emergency powers to crush the massive truckers’ protests against his COVID-19 repressions.

The verdict that Trudeau’s application of Canada’s Emergencies Act in response to 2022 protests was unconstitutional has been revealed in a judicial review released on Tuesday, The Daily Caller reports.

Trudeau employed the Emergencies Act to halt trucker demonstrations against the government’s COVID-19 lockdown policies and vaccine mandates.

Federal Court Justice Richard Mosley stated in his judgment, as cited by the Canadian Constitutional Foundation (CCF), that Trudeau’s invocation of the act was illegal and “not justified.”

“I conclude there was no national emergency justifying the invocation of the Emergencies Act and the decision to do so was therefore unreasonable,” Mosley remarked in his ruling.

“The decision to issue the Proclamation does not bear the hallmarks of reasonableness – justification, transparency and intelligibility – and was not justified in relation to the relevant factual and legal constraints that were required to be taken into consideration,” he added.

Following Trudeau’s implementation of the Emergencies Act, participants of the “Freedom Convoy” faced confrontation and arrest by the police, had their personal and business bank accounts frozen, and their vehicles impounded, as reported by The Washington Post.

The lawsuit was initiated by two advocacy groups, the CFF and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA).

They celebrated Mosley’s decision, which contradicts an earlier federal court ruling that had approved Trudeau’s use of the Emergencies Act.

The Canadian government has announced its intention to appeal Mosley’s ruling.

They assert that the Emergencies Act was only enacted due to threats to the nation’s “national security,” as reported by CTV News on Tuesday.

“It was a hard decision to take,” Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland commented at a press conference, as per CTV.

“We took it very seriously after a lot of hard work after a lot of careful deliberation. We were convinced at the time, I was convinced at the time, [that] it was the right thing to do. I remain and we remain convinced of that,” Freeland concluded.

According to the Angus Reid Institute, Trudeau’s popularity is notably low among Canadians, with a 64% disapproval rating as of Tuesday.

While most Canadians believe Trudeau should resign in 2024, he has previously dismissed the idea.