Tucker Slams Canadian Internment Camps

Tucker Slams Canadian Internment Camps

Fox News host Tucker Carlson has taken aim at Canada’s policy of quarantining travelers in “designated facilities” — hotels that critics are calling “internment camps.”

“What if your next-door neighbor suddenly went dangerously insane and started holding people hostage in his house?” asked Carlson.

“Canada, the land mass directly to our north and our single largest trading partner, with whom we share the longest international border in the world, took a dramatic move towards legitimately dangerous authoritarianism,” he continued. “Yes, Canada.”

The TV pundit was referring to Trudeau/Castro's COVID-19 policy regarding Canadian residents who return from abroad and test positive for the coronavirus. 

“If you’re flying back into the country, you’ll need to show a negative PCR test result before you board the plane,” Trudeau said. “When you land, you’ll need to take another PCR test. You’ll then have to wait at an approved hotel, and at your own expense, for your results to come back.”

“If your results come back negative for COVID-19, you’ll be able to head home and finish your mandatory quarantine there,” he added.

“If your test results come back positive, you’ll need to immediately quarantine in designated government facilities. This is not optional.”

Carlson pointed out that “designated government facilities” in other countries would be instantly understood as “internment camps.” However, neither the American government nor the American media seemed to have noticed the human rights violations so close to home, and by a close ally of the Harris/Biden regime.