Staley: Beware of “freedom fighters” who make deals with lockdown tyrant’s friends

Not everyone who claims to be on your side is actually on your side. Although it may seem obvious, as we have pointed out before in our article titled “Was the Freedom Convoy Compromised,” there were many in Ottawa that seemed to have their own agenda.

Convoy lawyer insinuates Convoy organizer stole crypto – with no proof

Keith Wilson, the convoy lawyer who may be under an investigation by the Law Society of Alberta for his retweeting of a “blackface Hitler” post that compared Hitler to Trudeau has insinuated that BJ Dichter of the Convoy organizers stole roughly $800,000 worth of crypto in communications with Diverge Media.

Staley: Was the Freedom Convoy compromised?

It would be naive to think that a protest the size and magnitude of the Freedom Convoy wouldn’t have a list of people seeking to infiltrate its ranks for various reasons. The freedom Convoy not only captured the hearts of Canadians from coast to coast but also those from around the world.

The protest raised more money in mere weeks than Canada’s major established political parties could raise in the entire final quarter of 2020 (3 months). In a short span of just weeks, the Freedom Convoy had raised over $10 million dollars.

What do you do with a decentralized movement that’s fed up with all levels of government from all political stripes because those in power refuse to respect their rights and freedoms?

Perhaps, you join their ranks and steer the ship into your preferred direction?