OPP commissioner “proud” of Caledonia response — but what “law enforcement” was even done?

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Protests in Caledonia, Ontario recently took a turn — yet again — down a violent path after a judge handed the demonstrators a permanent injunction. The judge's order required protesters to permanently leave the site of a new housing development known as McKenzie Meadows.

Hours later after that decision, Ontario Provincial Police cruisers were approached and attacked by the demonstrators. Afterwards, OPP Commissioner Thomas Carrique praised the approach taken by his officers on Twitter, saying he was extremely proud.

But what laws were being enforced here? What peace was being kept? Where were the arrests? Watch as Ezra Levant delves into these questions in this clip from a recent Rebel News DAILY Livestream.

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