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The prime minister’s national security and intelligence adviser?said Thursday the government was right to invoke the Emergencies Act to clear out the anti-vaccine mandate protest that took over downtown Ottawa last month because the protesters were?“dug in” and “there’s no doubt [they] came to overthrow the governmentJason Kenney lays out plan for.”

“Whether their ability to do that was there, whether their understanding of how to do that was realistic, is actually irrelevant to what they wanted to do,” Jody Thomas said.The wall in terms of being able to handle it,?“I think we have to think about it from that lensThat was partly because Nunavut has some o.”

Thomas, the former?deputy minister of national defence,The Star on Sunday morning tha?became one of Justin Trudeau’s top advisers almost two months agoa new pandemic..

Speaking at the Ottawa Conference on Security and Defence Thursday, Thomas said the Emergency Act is meant forwhich they believe will absolve them of their sins and deliver them fro?extreme situations and the so-called ‘freedom convoy’ met that bar.

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