Teamsters Denounce Freedom Convoy Blockade at Canadian Border


(WASHINGTON) – The following is the official statement of Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa regarding the ongoing blockade by the Freedom Convoy protest at the United States-Canada border.

“The Teamsters Union denounces the ongoing Freedom Convoy protest at the Canadian border that continues to hurt workers and negatively impact our economy. The livelihood of working Americans and Canadians in the automotive, agricultural, and manufacturing sectors is threatened by this blockade. 

“Our economy is growing under the Biden Administration, and this disruption in international trade threatens to derail the gains we have made. Our members are some of the hardest workers in the country and are being prevented from doing their jobs. The Teamsters call on the organizers of this action to end this protest and instead, engage in meaningful political discourse with the Canadian government to find a solution.”

Founded in 1903, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters represents 1.4 million hardworking men and women throughout the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico.


6 thoughts on “Teamsters Denounce Freedom Convoy Blockade at Canadian Border

  1. Man, what a sellout this phony ass “union” is… probably being paid off to sell their members out… this world has gone completely batshit lunatic crazy…

  2. “…meaningful political discourse with the… government to find a solution.”

    LMFAO!!! Yeah, because that always gets us what we want right? Why are we at this point in history today again? Oh that’s right – because THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS “meaningful political discourse with the… government” YOU FU*KING PAID-OFF SCUMBAG POS! These mobsters know their world is threatened right now.

  3. Jim Hoffa, eh? Name sounds familiar back to the 60s… some teamsters leader dude tied to the Mafia… I guess he returned from the dead as his son, or grandson? Same ol’ same ol’… Maybe all these US freedom truckers ought to quit this “union”? Scumbag, indeed!

    1. Rumour has it that Hoffa is encased in a bed of iron rods and cement that form the foundation of the Detroit Rennaissance Center, now known as the GM building.

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