Judge orders truckers to go home and end protest after Ontario premier declares emergency

Ontario Premier Doug Ford declared a state of emergency on Friday and said he’ll use all government resources to end a two-week protest by Canadian truckers over Covid-19 rules. And hours later, a judge ordered protesters at the Ambassador Bridge over the U.S.-Canadian border to leave.

After the judge’s order, police warned that anyone blocking streets or helping to block streets could be arrested. It was not immediately clear when or if law enforcement officers would be sent in to remove the demonstrators.

But the prime minister raised eyebrows by saying “everything is on the table” in terms of possible federal action.

NBC Judge orders truckers to go home and end protest after Ontario premier declares emergency

The lockdown by the truckers has to end, by force, so that the prime minister can lock down the ENTIRE COUNTRY, by FORCE..