In a Twitter post, GiveSendGo a Christian online crowd fundraising site said that they will not follow the Canadian court order where they mandate to stop the fund’s distribution to convoy protesters.

According to GiveSendGo’s statement that they are not subject to Canadian court orders and claimed that they will ignore Ontario’s attempt to freeze the trucker convoy donations.

The Christian website has been hosting the “Freedom Convoy” donations since GoFundMe pulled the campaign after discussions with local police and officials, calling the protest “unlawful.”

Here’s the GiveSendGo shocking and brave decision statement “Canada has absolutely ZERO jurisdiction over how we manage our funds here at GiveSendGo,” says a Thursday evening tweet from the company. “All funds for EVERY campaign on GiveSendGo flow directly to the recipient of those campaigns.”

100Percent FedUp also reported:

Shortly after their social media statement, they announced that they would be disbursing the funds to protesters and ignoring the Canadian government’s order.

Despite the government’s best efforts, the Freedom Convoy has already won significant victories in Canada.  This week, Saskatchewan and Alberta announced that they would drop their vaccine passports.  Ottawa announced that they would drop their restrictions on private gatherings starting next month.  Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has remained defiant and refused to consider the truckers demands.

The Canadian government and corporations have coordinated to shut the peaceful and lawful protests across the country that oppose vaccine mandates and covid restrictions.  This week, police in Ottawa made it illegal for people to offer material support to protests such as gas for demonstrators trucks.  They began arresting supporters and confiscating their gas cans hours after the announcement was released.

Sources: 100 Percent Fed Up, CNN, Daily Hive

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