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Elon Musk tweets meme comparing Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to Adolf Hitler

In a since deleted tweet, billionaire Elon Musk tweeted a meme comparing Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoked the War Measures Act (now named the Emergencies Act) against his own people just for protesting against him, something never done to human beings in the Western Hemisphere anywhere North of Cuba.

With the invoking of this act, the government of Canada has granted itself extraordinary new powers, which include:

 1. The ability to freeze and seize the personal and corporate bank accounts of those attending, or donating to the protests.

2. The ability to force companies to render services for money, such as forcing tow truck companies to tow away vehicles from the protests, even if they refuse, as they already have.

3. The ability to suspend the licenses of those found attending protests in their vehicles.

4. The ability to incarcerate individuals without due process, just for attending the protests. 

This has caused an obvious uproar from many people across the world as protesting is supposed to be a right guaranteed in Canada's Charter of Rights & Freedoms, and it's a right guaranteed in democratic societies in general.

In the now deleted tweet which was replying to @coindesk, meme God and crypto king Elon Musk posted a meme comparing Adolf Hitler to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. 😳

Elon has been openly supporting the Freedom Convoy since it descended on the capital of Canada a couple of weeks ago, first tweeting that "Canadian truckers rule" the day truckers took to Parliament Hill.

It is rather interesting to watch one of the world's elite comparing a leader of a supposedly free, democratic nation to Hitler, the leader of Nazi Germany. However, it is important to note that he is currently building trucks that drive themselves, so he will be putting truckers out of work himself in the near future...

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