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As The Police Move In To Mop Up Freedom Protesters Veterans Formed A Line Between The Police And The Truckers At The Windsor Bridge (Photos)

The Windsor police moved in this morning and started removing the Freedom Convoy Truckers from the Ambassador Bridge from Canada to the US.

The Canadian police had started to remove protesters at the Ambassador bridge in Windsor, Ontario, Canada where a blockade has been stationed need the Canada/U.S. border.

A Chinese-Canadian woman breaks down crying in front of Windsor Police as they move in to mop up freedom protesters.

Female protester: “Remember 1989! (sobbing) Lots of people there. I moved to Canada.”

For Rebel News in Windsor, Ontario.

Police in black uniforms with yellow vests descended on the scene around 8:30 a.m., warning protesters to ‘act lawfully’ after the Freedom Convoy truckers in Canada ignored two deadlines overnight.

Two hours later, while all vehicles had been removed blockade near the bridge north of College Avenue at Huron Church Road, officers have closed in on a group of protesters who are ‘holding the line’ at the entrance to the bridge.

Officers have not moved in to arrest any demonstrators, but continue to slowly move in, giving them less and less room. RCMP reinforcements, including officers in military-style gear, arrived at the protest site as backup.

Windsor Police tweeted earlier Saturday morning that they and ‘its policing partners have commenced enforcement at and near the Ambassador Bridge. We urge all demonstrators to act lawfully & peacefully. Commuters are still being asked to avoid the areas affected by the demonstrations at this time.’

But just when the police started to believe that they will finally remove the protesters the veterans decided to show up and form a line between the police and the freedom protesters!

The photo was sent to us just a few moments ago and it was reported that social media giants removed the photo because it violates their community standards.

Photo below:

Thank God for men with morals and a backbone. Thank you for your continued service to your country gentlemen.

The ‘Freedom Convoy’ protests, which began in Ottawa by Canadian truckers opposing a vaccinate-or-quarantine mandate for cross-border drivers, entered its 16th day on Saturday. The demonstrations are also an outpouring of fury toward Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Protests have spread to three border points, including the Ambassador Bridge, North America’s busiest land border crossing where dozens of vehicles crowded the area since Monday, choking the supply chain for Detroit’s carmakers.

A judge on Friday ordered an end to the Ambassador Bridge blockade, but despite the injunction and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s 7pm-turned-midnight deadline set by an Ottawa state of emergency declaration, the protesters refused to leave.