The sweet smell of freedom emanating from the streets of Ottawa is about to get a whole lot sweeter.
That's because these fine Polish women just arrived on the scene with 1,550 Polish sausages, buns, bread, and hundreds of doughnuts for the truckers who continue to flood the streets of Ottawa in protest of vaccine mandates.
These ladies drove for four and a half hours from their store in Toronto—280 MILES—to bring food to these hungry fed-up truckers.
Check it out:
Look how happy these women are!
I love it!!!
For those of you without audio, here's what Burnadette had to say:
We came here… from Toronto. We brought 1,550 Polish sausages for our truckers. We brought some bread and buns, and Polish doughnuts… We know that they drive so we didn't bring alcohol, but should they request some Polish vodka we're very happy to bring that, too.
Preeeeetty sure I know what the answer will be on the vodka. Cuz nothing warms you up on a cold day like a quick swig of the good stuff. And it's mighty cold up there in Ottawa.
Okay, this is the important stuff, so listen up.
"Why did you do this?" the reporter asks.
Because we stand behind them. We come from [a] communist country, and we came here because we didn't want to have oppression. We wanted to live in a free country, and for the last two years we're living like prisoners. We are being told to stay at home. We are told not to go to the restaurant, not to go to the church. I mean, this is unbelievable. During communism times we were able and free to go to the church, and there were times over here where we couldn't.
Yeah, ya might wanna listen to these ladies right here, because they know what they know from experience, not from some low-level college course.
And as for whether they'll be coming back with more food for the truckers:
I'm going to be coming here with food weekly, bi-weekly, every two or three days, until it ends.
Ladies and gentlemen, THIS is what freedom fighting looks like!