Premiers of 4 provinces OPPOSE Trudeau's use of Emergencies Act on freedom protesters
The Post Millennial: 'Premier Scott Moe, along with Jason Kenney, and Francois Legault voiced their displeasure with the move, with Moe tweeting: "The illegal blockades must end, but police already have sufficient tools to enforce the law and clear the blockades, as they did over the weekend in Windsor."
'Premier Kenney called the gesture "unhelpful, stating at a press conference on Monday: "At this point for the federal government to reach in over top of us without offering anything, in particular, would frankly be unhelpful."
'"We do not wish to have a state of emergency in Quebec. It's not necessary and it's time to bring together not divide," Legault said.
'Manitoba Premier Heather Stefanson said in a statement released on Monday: "I am not currently satisfied the Emergencies Act should be applied in Manitoba. Winnipeg’s situation is dramatically different from the one in Ottawa. The Emerson border situation is very different than the one faced in Windsor."'
The only thing of any value Justin Trudeau has accomplished as prime minister is uniting most of the country against him and his corrupt Liberal regime.