WATCH: Russell Brand calls out Trudeau Liberals' authoritarian behavior

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Comedian Russell Brand said in a recent video that Canada’s government is a good example of how data could be utilized against citizens, particularly when it came to the Liberals’ freezing of bank accounts for some who participated at the Freedom Convoy protests.

After the Trudeau Liberals invoked the never-before-used Emergencies Act, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland announced that those found to have been participating in the protests would have their bank accounts frozen.

“The RCMP has given to the financial institutions names of leaders and organizers of the protest and of people whose trucks were part of occupations and blockades. That is the only information, according to the RCMP, that the RCMP has given to financial institutions,” she said, one week after the act’s invocation.

Freeland would even go on to mock those who were “concerned that their accounts may of been frozen because of their participation in these illegal blockades and occupation,” by saying that “the way to get your account unfrozen is to stop being part of the blockade and occupation.”

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