Chrystia Freeland, Jacinda Ardern, Tony Blair confronted by Rebel reporters at globalist summit in Montreal

Lincoln Jay and Alexa Lavoie were on scene to ask high-profile politicians about their hypocrisy in taking private jets and SUVs to attend the Global Progress Action Summit.

Chrystia Freeland, Jacinda Ardern, Tony Blair confronted by Rebel reporters at globalist summit in Montreal
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Elites from across the world convened in Montreal, Canada on September 16 to discuss 'bold new ideas and directions in progressive governance' at 2023's Global Progress Action Summit.

Rebel News reporters Alexa Lavoie and Lincoln Jay, along with ace videographer Guillaume Roy were on scene to capture and question VIPs as they entered the building to lecture and groom each other on being "better progressives."

High profile Canadian government attendees included Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, and Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly. 

They appeared alongside far-left loser politicians like Norwegian PM Jonas Gahr Støre and former PM of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern, who became infamous during the COVID pandemic for proclaiming that true information comes from only the government as she decried critics as harmful to democracy.

Also present was viral party girl Sanna Marin, former prime minister of Finland, who recently and abruptly stepped down as an MP and quit politics to join the Tony Blair Institute.

Rebel's Lincoln Jay caught Ardern as she exited her blacked out SUV walking towards to Montreal's Westin Hotel, where the event was hosted.

"Hey, how are ya?" Jay asked, while Ardern smiled in response. "How much fossil fuels did you burn coming here, to talk about climate change?" he continued."

Unknown to Jay at the time, a high-level Liberal staffer, Guillaume Bertrand, who works for Freeland in the Office of Deputy Prime Minister, could be seen physically blocking his way.

Rebel's Quebec reporter, Alexa Lavoie, who was separated from the others and inside the event, captured Freeland as she walked in.

"Why are you now threatening Canadians with a new taxes for grocery stores?" Lavoie asked of Freeland as she continued to walk through. Hotel staffer Mohamed Zerrougui physically interrupted and pushed Alexa back.

Lavoie continued to ask "Do you think a tax on taxes is actually helping Canadians

Tony Blair, the former PM of the United Kingdom whose organization, the aptly named Tony Blair institute, is sponsoring the event itself, was also confronted by Lavoie.

"Is it not hypocritical to come here in a private jet or with a flight, burning a lot of carbon footprint, to come here to talk about climate change? Is it not a little bit hypocritical?"

Before being told she was trespassing and asked to leave the property, Lavoie spoke with several members of the head of states' armed security detail that were waiting inside their secured SUVs idling and spewing emissions. Meanwhile, those attending inside virtue signalled to each other about lower carbon footprints, even at the expense of their citizens' well being.

A full report will come soon from the team on the ground in Montreal with more exclusive footage and interviews.

The VIPs heading into the event are there to regurgitate climate change rhetoric as a leading discussion, while hypocritical attendees jet off to the venue from several continents. They still promote the ever-increasing carbon tax that is fuelling the cost-of-living crisis for citizens.

The event also claims to tackle "renewing trust in how democracy delivers results for people amid rapid geopolitical shifts throughout the world."

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