Vancouver police investigating anti-freedom thugs who paint bombed Vancouver Freedom Convoy

A group of freedom-minded protesters had paint thrown from an overpass onto their vehicles as they drove on a highway in Vancouver.

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Nearly every week for over a year now, Freedom Convoy supporters from across the Metro Vancouver area have gathered to peacefully advocate for more freedoms in Canada.

On March 18, various convoy participants heading to a protest called “The Media is the Virus Returns”, organized by a freedom group called Stand United, say they were targeted by a group who threw paint at them from an overpass while driving on the Trans-Canada Highway 1.

“We’re very lucky that not one person hesitated and slammed on their breaks,” Tammy, who for safety reasons prefers we only use her first name, told Rebel News. Considering the freedom convoy was rolling at between 80-90km’s per hour at the time, Tammy believes that if any of the drivers hit their breaks the disguised paint bombers could have caused “serious injury or possible death.”

In a statement to Rebel News, Vancouver police confirmed they are investigating the incident as a case of mischief and that no suspects have been identified.

Watch the full video report above to hear Tammy explain what is known to date about the damage done to a truck, which was covered in white paint splatter thanks to the vandals. Tammy also shares why she feels it is so important to continue to publicly advocate for freedom for all Canadians, even if it means others hate her for it.

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