MUST WATCH: Indigenous drummers lead crowd in O Canada in support of truckers’ convoy

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Indigenous activists joined the Freedom Convoy protest in Ottawa Saturday. Footage shot by The Post Millennial’s Beth Baisch shows an Indigenous drum circle leading thousands in O Canada.

“We have freedom in Canada, you know, mandates are not laws,” one Indigenous protestor told The Post Millennial. “Let’s let’s have some factual information get out there. A mandate means ‘we highly suggest you do something’, right. So if it’s a law and you got a ticket, fight that ticket.”

“Let’s let’s have some factual information get out there. A mandate means ‘we highly suggest you do something’, right. So if it’s a law and you got a ticket, fight that ticket,” the protestor said.

“It’s not a law,” shouted Chief JD Anderson of Manitoba. “Just a small fringe of people!”

“I’m a 60 year-old grandmother. I have two beautiful grandchildren and this is not the Canada I want to leave with them,” said Linda Audette, an Indigenous woman from Sudbury, Ontario.

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