When Trudeau was asked during a “Ladies’ Night” Liberal fundraiser what country he most admired besides Canada, he answered, “There’s a level of admiration I actually have for China. Their basic dictatorship is actually allowing them to turn their economy around on a dime and say, ‘We need to go green, we want to start investing in solar.'”
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoked the Emergencies Act, deeming the convoy protests illegal and threatening the freezing of accounts for those who have donated to the convoy in amounts over $25.00.
In a shocking move, the taxpayer-funded media outlet is using private information obtained through the hacking of GiveSendGo to contact ‘alleged donors’ of the Canadian truckers convoy fundraiser.
By Kelly Lamb|February 15, 2022
On Sunday, Feb 13, the crowdfunding platform GiveSendGo, which had raised more than $8.7 million for the “Freedom Convoy” in Ottawa, was hacked.
This left the personal information of 92,845 donors extremely vulnerable, including real names (as listed on credit cards or debit cards), personal emails, locations and other assorted details.
The hackers have not publicly revealed their identity, but those who visited the website on Sunday night saw a surprising redirect message to “GiveSendGone.wtf”, which played a video and song from the Disney movie “Frozen”.
The message included a long message calling the donors “grifters and hatriots”, making mention to the “Jan. 6th insurrection in the U.S.”
Making things more tense for convoy supporters, on Monday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoked the Emergencies Act, deeming the convoy protests illegal and threatening the freezing of accounts for those who have donated to the convoy in amounts over $25.00.
Today, Rebel News discovered that the CBC used the leaked data to contact convoy donors, telling them they are “working on a story about the people who allegedly contributed funds…according to the public release of hacked data from the site.”