Convoy Supporters Names and Addresses Posted Online in New Attack on Trudeau Opponents
Names, Addresses, donation amounts and even precise Google Map locations of those who donated to the Freedom Convoy was posted online as a result of the GiveSendGo hack by Trudeau supporters.
Canadian Tech experts are pointing at Trudeau's government as the source of the hack. As soon as the details of the Freedom Convoy supporters were published journalists began harassing those on the published list.
The hack provided a Google Maps link “pointing to locations of donors throughout the Canadian province, with each pin listing their names, donor ID, email address, and the amount they donated, including those as low as $10,” reports Breitbart.
After being public for hours, Google finally terminated the link, which has now been replaced with a message that states, “This map is no longer available due to a violation of our Terms of Service and/or policies.”
Following the GiveSendGo hack, journalists from the entirely left-wing media then began harassing the people whose names appeared on it, including reporters from the CBC and the Washington Post.
Canadian MP Mark Strahl related how a single mother in his district has had her bank account totally frozen by the Trudeau regime after she, completely legally, donated $50 to the trucker Freedom Convoy.
This attack on Trudeau's opponents comes as his government moved to make parts of the notorious ‘Emergencies Act’, including the asset freezing component, a permanent fixture.
The law was used as justification for the violent brutalisation of protesters, including police horses being used to trample disabled demonstrators.