The United States is a frontier country with frontier values of liberty and autonomy.
No where else in the world are freedom and liberty so revered as in our country, and this story further proves that point—if liberty is to prevail globally then we are the world’s last hope.
According to reports, roughly 50% of all GiveSendGo donations to the Canadian freedom convoy came from U.S. citizens.
The convoy has shaken Trudeau’s administration to the core, as the recent enactment of Canada’s Emergency Powers Act by Trudeau illustrates to us.
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Truckers won a big victory when Alberta’s Premier recently announced the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions in response to the freedom convoy’s continued protests.
It is our sincerest wish here at TruthLion that the Canadian freedom convoy succeeds in toppling the tyranny of Trudeau.
Here’s what sources had to say about the stunning outpouring of financial support for these brave truckers:
Update: The hack of the Christian fundraising website, GiveSendGo, has not deterred donors (but perhaps emboldened them) to continue using the site to send money to organizers of the Canadian trucker convoys. Donations are up $1.2 million since the site came back online yesterday
— Aaron C. Davis (@byaaroncdavis) February 16, 2022
The truckers pressed on. They had raised over $10 million in funds. American company GoFundMe, that hosted the fundraiser, seized the funds and deleted the campaign at the request of Canadian authorities. Daylight robbery. But protesters moved on to GiveSendGo +
— Shubhangi Sharma (@ItsShubhangi) February 17, 2022
According to The Epoch Times:
Around 50 percent of donations to the Freedom Convoy anti-mandate protests in Canada have come from small donations made from the United States, according to the crowdfunding platform GiveSendGo.
The Freedom Convoy’s GiveSendGo campaign page shows that it has raised over $9.44 million so far, meeting 58 percent of its target goal of $16 million. Over 107,000 people had contributed money to the cause, with almost 42,000 sending their prayers as of Feb. 16.
Hey @washingtonpost I haven't donated to the Canadian Truckers @GiveSendGo yet, but since you're emailing people who did via hacked data, I would be more than happy to donate to them this very moment and tell you why I did it.
— Sir Guy of Squiggs (@GuySquiggly) February 16, 2022
"Go Fu** Me is the enemy. God bless GiveSendGo. I withdrew my GoFu**Me contribution and am doubling it via GiveSendGo. Thank all the in-the-trenches Canadian Truckers and supporters who are doing hand-to-hand combat against the Canadian traitors to liberty…
— Thomas Lecaque (@tlecaque) February 17, 2022
The Washington Examiner reports that GiveSendGo was hacked by this cyber-terrorist:
A self-described “cyberterrorist” who rose to infamy as a member of the hacktivist group Anonymous is taking credit for the recent breach of GiveSendGo that released the names of donors to the Canadian trucker convoy.
In a video posted to his TikTok account, Aubrey Cottle claimed he hacked the fundraising website that the “Freedom Convoy” truckers used to raise money for their protests.
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