The police have run out of patience with terrorist sympathizers occupying the streets of major cities, and the gloves have come off.
The Calgary Police have threatened to use tear gas on violent Hamas supporters that have occupied the downtown core of Calgary, and many Canadians have spoken up in favour of this tactic.
Independent journalist Mocha Bezirgan, who was live on the scene, reported on X (Twitter) that the “organizer of the protest said that the police have threatened [to deploy] tear gas.”
The news of the potential use of tear gas was applauded by Canadians, many of whom have grown tired of Hamas supporters gathering in the streets of major cities.
“These are actual terrorists and must be dealt with,” wrote one X user. “Tear gas, water cannons, rubber bullets. Let’s clean up our streets,” wrote another.
Local media acknowledged that Sunday’s protest was not entirely peaceful, with multiple participants being arrested. Charges include assault of a peace officer.
This comes after influential left-wing figures in Canada publicly voiced support for Hamas, either directly or indirectly. The president of public sector union CUPE Ontario, a man named Fred Hahn, was one of them.
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