Source: by Steven Ahle
The Ontario government cheered yesterday when they won a battle in court in order to shut down the fundraiser through GiveSendGo. Money has been pouring in to support the “Freedom Convoy 2022”. GoFundme collected over $10 million dollars before they bowed down to Justin Trudeau and refused to turn the money over to the truckers. Then they tried to redirect the money until donors turned on them.
The Canadian court probably thought they could pressure GiveSendGo into relenting and stop the flow of money to the truckers. They are now finding out that their court order does not mean a thing as the CEO of GiveSendGo pointed out that as an American company, the court’s ruling is as worthless as a milk pail under a bull.
People in the US and in Canada are pretty fed up with the continuous lockdowns. It has gotten so bad that in one week, Democratic governors went from even stricter lockdowns to ending the lockdowns and the masking. In Canada, they are fed up and the truckers have provided a way for them to fight back. In return, the good people of that country have taken it upon themselves to make sure that the truckers are fed and receive whatever help they require.
Trudeau went before Parliament and he was roundly booed. They didn’t let up for a minute as they drove him from the stage and into hiding. This could very well be the end or at least near the end of his reign. Despots don’t last long anymore except in the US where they get loads of help from the RINOs.
I live in the great state of South Carolina and we opened up very early while the numbers across the country kept increasing. Things were pretty normal until Biden took over running the country. I go to the grocery store and there are empty shelves and freezer cases and more often than not, you had to settle for something you really didn’t want. And what you could find, cost an ever-increasing amount of money.
Global News reported:
The Ontario government says it has successfully petitioned a court to freeze access to millions of dollars donated through online fundraising platform GiveSendGo to the truckers convoyprotesting COVID-19 restrictions in Ottawa and at several border crossings.
A spokeswoman for Premier Doug Ford says Ontario’s attorney general brought the application to the Superior Court of Justice seeking an order that would prohibit anyone from distributing donations made through the website’s “Freedom Convoy 2022” and “Adopt-a-Trucker” campaign pages.
Spokeswoman Ivana Yelich says an order binding “any and all parties with possession or control over these donations” was issued today.
GiveSendGo. Jacob Wells responded:
GiveSendGo account has not been shut down. GiveSendGo is not subject to Canadian court order. We are not Canadian citizens. We will issue a press release shortly.
Know this! Canada has absolutely ZERO jurisdiction over how we manage our funds here at GiveSendGo. All funds for EVERY campaign on GiveSendGo flow directly to the recipients of those campaigns, not least of which is The Freedom Convoy campaign.— GiveSendGo (@GiveSendGo) February 11, 2022