Photo by Arthur Mola/Invision/AP The protesters in Ottawa are hoping to make it through the weekend until the Senate convenes. They want to make it to Monday because the Emergencies Act has to be approved by the Parliament within seven days of it being called for, which was on February 14. So it has to be approved by tomorrow. They are hoping that the legislators will not approve it, the police will back off, and the Parliament will address their concerns.
There were still hundreds of protesters out Saturday in Ottawa, more even than there were earlier when there was a lot of police action against them. And some of them may even be the people who were “arrested” earlier. Ottawa right now: pic.twitter.com/1qNUAo9ado — Marie Oakes (@TheMarieOakes) February 19, 2022 The people protesting in Ottawa are not afraid of what the police or government have done and may do to them. Spirits are high. pic.twitter.com/gSrrE6iOBB — Marie Oakes (@TheMarieOakes) February 20, 2022 100 people were arrested on Friday and 70 on Saturday, according to the police, so they could finally claim to officials that they were taking action. And, of course, they were very aggressive, beating up some people and reporters in the process and even running over an older woman on a disability scooter with their horses. You can see this in a closer video of one protester they were hitting with a rifle butt. WATCH: Police officer appears to beat protester with the stock of his gun. pic.twitter.com/xnqR2JI4oI — Candice Malcolm (@CandiceMalcolm) February 18, 2022 But there was something a little funny about those “arrests.” Many of the people arrested claimed that they were driven several blocks or a couple of miles away and then just released. They were not issued citations or formally charged with anything. […]
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