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WATCH: Canada Public Safety Minister Tells U.S. Politicians To Mind Their Own Business

WATCH: Canada Public Safety Minister Tells U.S. Politicians To Mind Their Own Business

“Mind your own onions,” Canadian Minister of Public Safety Marco Mendicino says to politicians in the U.S. who are interfering in the country’s handling of the Freedom Convoy protests.

A line of trucks waits for the road to the Ambassador Bridge border crossing in Windsor, Ontario, to reopen February 8, 2022, after protesters blocked the road Monday night. – The protestors supporting the Truckers Convoy in Ottawa blocked traffic in the Canada bound lanes since Monday evening. Approximately $323 million worth of goods cross the Windsor-Detroit border each day at the Ambassador Bridge making it North Americas busiest international border crossing. (Photo by Geoff Robins / AFP via Getty Images)

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced Wednesday that he would open an investigation into the private company GoFundMe, after the platform shut down a fundraiser started for a right-wing anti-vax protest being carried out in another country. Though GoFundMe says that the protest violated their terms and conditions once it crossed the line into lawbreaking, several United States politicians have inserted themselves into both the business practices of the company, and the legal affairs of Canada.

Now Canada is responding, saying that politicians like Paxton need to mind their own country’s business, and let Canada handle its own affairs. The Fox report below covers Mendicino’s statement.

“It is certainly not the concern of the Texas attorney general as to how we in Canada go about our daily lives in accordance with the rule of law…Whatever statements may have been made by some foreign official are neither here nor there. We’re Canadian. We have our own set of laws. We will follow them.”

As for the truckers, their protest-turned-occupation may be coming to an end: Medicino tweeted Tuesday assuring the public that a meeting with other Canadian officials had gone productively, and that police in Ottowa could expect to be provided with necessary resources to “enforce the law and bring this situation to an end.

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Meanwhile, a group of truckers in the U.S. is working to find a way to spin this to their own political advantage, floating plans for such ‘protests’ as shutting down the Super Bowl or policing the southern border.

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