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Canadians Tried to Protest Trump’s Inauguration – But They Didn’t Expect This!

President Donald Trump seems to already be strengthening our borders. When a group of Canadian and French citizens tried to come into the United States to protest the inauguration, they were apprehended at the border.

The Guardian reports:

Montrealer Sasha Dyck was part of a group of eight who had arranged online to travel together to Washington. Divided into two cars, the group – six Canadians and two French nationals – arrived at the border crossing that connects St Bernard de Lacolle in Quebec with Champlain, New York, on Thursday.

The group was upfront about their plans with border agents, Dyck said. “We said we were going to the women’s march on Saturday and they said, ‘Well, you’re going to have to pull over’.”

What followed was a two-hour ordeal. Their cars were searched and their mobile phones examined. Each member of the group was fingerprinted and had their photo taken.

Border agents first told the two French citizens that they had been denied entry to the US and informed them that any future visit to the US would now require a visa.

After being questioned, fingerprinted and photographed, Kroese and his Canadian companion were refused entry because they were planning to attend what the border agent called a “potentially violent rally”, he said. The pair was advised not to travel to the United States for a few months, and Kroese was told he would now need a visa to enter the US.

… “They told me I was being denied entry for administrative reasons. According to the agent, my travelling to the United States for the purpose of protesting didn’t constitute a valid reason to cross,” Decunha said.

Our border patrol has every right to deny foreigners entry for any reason they see fit, as the Canadian government itself confirmed in a statement saying:

“When entering another country, including Canada, it has always been the case that goods accompanying a traveler may be searched to verify admissibility.

“Every country is sovereign and able to make its own rules to admit people and goods to manage its immigration framework, health and safety.”