Peterborough is about a 3 and half hour drive from Ottawa. These weapons went missing over night. Allegedly. Oddly enough the manufacturer of the guns emailed Global News. Is the story a total media plant?
Perhaps a claim will be made the truck convoy was behind this. However there is NO reason to believe that to be true? Or that they need these weapons.
They’ve been sitting in Ottawa for more then two weeks clearing trash, shoveling snow and feeding the homeless, while hosting the biggest block parties Canada’s ever seen.
But, let’s see if Mr Trudeau or any others associated with his intended infliction of tyranny on Canada use this unverifiable claim to advance/justify their actions. Through numerous possible scenarios. I’m sure we can all come up with multiple ways this news can be spun by our mind managing media. To terrorize the masses and justify the war measures act implementation.
An interestingly timed news release regarding a theft that may or may not have occurred?
Savage Arms, a firearm manufacturer just north of Peterborough, Ont., says a weekend theft of more than 2,000 firearms in the city involves its products.
In an email to Global News Peterborough sent around 10:30 a.m. Monday, Savage Arms president/CEO Al Kasper says the theft of a truck carrying firearms early Sunday involved a shipping partner of the company based in Lakefield, the village located about 15 kilometres north of the city.
Why did the manufacturer email Global News?
According to the Peterborough Police Service, the theft occurred around 3 a.m. Sunday from a yard at a trucking company on Parkhill Road East in Peterborough. Police said the truck was carrying more than 2,000 firearms with clips but no ammunition was taken.
“The incident involved Savage Arms products,” Kasper said. “Strict security measures were in place and local authorities were notified immediately and are leading the active investigation.”
Neither Kasper nor police stated what type of firearms or truck were stolen. Police described it as an “isolated incident.”
“Given the active nature of the case, we will not comment further at this time,” Kasper said.