Detainment camps being built coast to coast in Canada to detain “broad spectrum” of people | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Detainment camps being built coast to coast in Canada to detain “broad spectrum” of people

THE CAT was let out of the bag per se during a recent legislative assembly question period in Ontario, Canada, in which Independent Member for Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston Randy Hiller stepped up to ask the premier if the people of the federal government should prepare for internment camps that are not limited to people with COVID.

“In September the federal government posted a call for expressions of interest for contractors to supply, provide, and manage quarantine isolation camps throughout every province and every territory in Canada,” Hiller stated during his allotted time. “These quarantine isolation camps however are not limited to people with COVID but provide a wide latitude for many people to be detained.”

“Surely this government is aware of the intentions to build these isolation camps from coast to coast,” he said before asking the premier a few pointed questions about the camps before being shut down verbally by the premier. “How many of these camps will be built and how many people does this government expect to detain?” he asked.

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