Must Watch: Elon Musk Goes Savage After Seeing Incredible Footage Of Canadian Trucker Protests

Billionaire Elon Musk blasted liberal politicians in a series of tweets and voiced support for anti-vaccine Canadian truckers.

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Tuckers formed a massive “freedom convoy” that grabbed the world’s attention over the weekend. “Canadian truckers rule,” Musk wrote to Twitter.

He continued, “If you scare people enough, they will demand removal of freedom. This is the path to tyranny.”

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When asked how do we fight back, Musk told his followers to “vote them out.”

Musk also ripped Joe Biden for refusing to acknowledge Telsa’s EV leadership. Take a look at this string of tweets from the world’s richest person:

The “freedom convoy” of Canadian truckers drove to Ottawa to protest the country’s vaccine mandates and other COVID-19 control measures.

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It’s unclear how many trucks will actually make it to the Canadian capital for the weekend protest, with the convoy slowed by winter weather conditions in Northern Ontario. Police reports from along its path suggest the number is in the hundreds, much lower than supporters’ claims of thousands of vehicles en route.

Musk’s dislike of vaccine mandates and other COVID-19 restrictions is well documented. He told Time Magazine that while he and his eligible children are vaccinated, state-imposed requirements to get a jab represent an “erosion of freedom.”

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government implemented a vaccine mandate for truckers crossing the Canada-U.S. border on January 15, and the U.S. followed a week later.

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Although the new rules sparked concern of a further disruption to supply chains, the Canadian Trucking Alliance has said about 90 per cent of truckers in the country are vaccinated. The industry group also said it “strongly disapproves” of protests that disrupt transportation routes.