‘The truckers were negotiating in good faith’: Sheila Gunn Reid discusses Emergencies Act inquiry with David Menzies

'The laptop and pajama class — really grossed out that these blue-collar people, largely from Alberta, were in their fancy fancy white-collar city,' said Sheila.

Remove Ads

On Friday's episode of Rebel Roundup, Sheila Gunn Reid joined David Menzies to recount the most memorable moments from the first week of the Public Order Emergency Commission looking into the justification behind the federal government's invocation of the Emergencies Act.

As stated by Sheila, "I think the biggest revelations came on, I would guess, probably Monday or Wednesday. Those were the days when they had the grownups testifying, the non-local busybodies who complain about everything, and the non-politicians."

"Those were the days that they had senior government bureaucrats, who seemed apolitical, you could tell they were anti-convoy. They just didn't want this problem in the town. But they were honest. They said, 'the truckers were negotiating in good faith.' We heard from the city manager and Jim Watson's chief of staff, Mayor Watson's chief of staff, they all said the truckers were negotiating in good faith," Sheila added.

Sheila went on to say, "The truckers were not the reason that the negotiations to end the so-called 'siege of the capital,' they were not the reason that those stopped happening. It in fact was Justin Trudeau."

This is just an excerpt from Friday's episode of Rebel Roundup. To watch the whole episode and to gain access to all of our exclusive full-length shows, become a subscriber to RebelNews+.

Remove Ads
Remove Ads

Don't Get Censored

Big Tech is censoring us. Sign up so we can always stay in touch.

Remove Ads