As our Canadian election rolls on, pitting the left and far-left against the normals, some of the normals of the silent majority are bringing joy to my heart today, as they fight back against perennially-protesting leftists. Here’s a couple of video tweets — one from the U.K. and one from the U.S., and a news story about a planned truck convoy to counterprotest a climate rally in Edmonton, Canada. Does this suggest that the normals have finally had enough? Is the backlash by the normals finally underway? I don’t know. But this is a good start.
This first one takes the cake!
This morning, angry Londoners rebelled against the @ExtinctionR climate change activists who shut down the Tube by climbing on top of a train and unfurling a banner that read: "Business as usual = death." Watch as angry passengers drag them off. #ExtinctionRebellion pic.twitter.com/kCg7JnkyF8
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) October 17, 2019
Everyone’s tired of Extinction Rebellion. When these activists tried to block the intersection a hero came up to them, grabbed their banner and threw it away. And yes, everyone clapped. pic.twitter.com/0BzLrGe6nk
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) October 17, 2019
And finally, right here in Canada:
…Glen Carritt, who organized the United We Roll convoy that travelled to Ottawa in February, said a similar convoy will start in Red Deer, about 150 kilometres south of the Alberta capital, in the morning [Friday Oct 18].
He said trucks are expected to arrive at the legislature at noon, when a climate rally is to begin with Thunberg. …
— CTV News (@CTVNews) October 17, 2019