Canadian activist: U.S. could be next for COVID 'internment camps'

Monday, April 5, 2021
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

Justin Trudeau (Canadian leader)A pro-family advocate in Canada believes Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is prepared to use COVID as an excuse for detaining anyone who disagrees with his government.

Last week Trudeau (pictured) outlined his government's new corona regulations. He said Canadians hoping to return to their country must be tested before and after takeoff, adding: "If your test results come back positive, you'll need to immediately quarantine in designated government facilities. This is not optional."

Trudeau' s internment policy has been in been place since last month – and there have already been unsettling reports of how Canadian citizens have been forced to stay in designated "quarantine" hotels where it takes hours to get through to book these hotels, dietary restrictions are not being met, and food and water are not always readily available. That's in addition to reports of sexual assault because some of the doors to the hotel rooms don't lock.

Brian Rushfeldt is the former executive director of Canada Family Action. He believes Trudeau's COVID hotels are a forerunner to internment camps the prime minister has in mind for political opponents.

Rushfeldt

"The attitude and vision of his interning people on whatever grounds he wants to do is very akin to what happened with the gulags in Russia years ago," Rushfeldt tells One News Now. "If you're not a liberal and you do not like Trudeau and his policies, then they'll create a reason to lock you up."

And Rushfeldt believes Democrats will attempt to do the same thing in the United States.

"There's no doubt in my mind that as this thing grows in Canada for locking people up for whatever reason, you will see that coming out of your own Democrat dictators as well in the near future," he offers.

Fox News' commentator Tucker Carlson predicts as much:

Carlson: "Think that couldn't happen here? Why, because the Constitution prohibits it? Think that couldn't happen in America? It just happened in Canada."

And Prime Minister Trudeau, Carlson said last week, is just following the lead of his role models in the U.S. – people like John Kerry, the Biden administration's "climate czar," who sees the pandemic as an opportunity for a "great reset."

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