“Do I look like a white supremacist?”

OTTAWA, Ontario – Do I look like a white supremacist? a protester identifying as Daz jokingly asked Breitbart News on Wednesday, showing his dark skin tone, when asked about media accounts of “white supremacy” among Freedom Convoy supporters.

Various news outlets have labeled the ongoing protest in downtown Ottawa as motivated by “white supremacy.”

Left-leaning Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ridiculed protesting truckers and their fellow protesters by calling them “conspiracy theorists” wearing “tinfoil hats.” He has also denigrated Canadian citizens who oppose his policies and ideology as members of “anti-vaxxer mobs” who are “racist”, “misogynistic” and “don’t believe in science”.

The Associated Press described Saturday’s protest as characterized by swastikas, Confederate flags and desecrations of war memorials without providing any photographic or video evidence. CTV agents tweeted accusations of protesters socket food from homeless shelters, waving swastikas and Go without a mask in a Tim Hortons.

“White supremacy” is a “red herring” and a false narrative, Daz said.

He continued, “They always mention white supremacy. White supremacy who? Give me his name. Give me his stuff. Give me his locations. It is always a red herring. I’m not going to fall into those kinds of stories.

“If you see me, do I look like a white supremacist?” he added. “I’m not even part of this narrative. I don’t even support that. I don’t even want to talk about it to be honest, so let’s just step aside because we already know what it is. Thispropaganda, provocateurs and all that jazz.




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