Canadian Military Decimated: Catherine Christensen Interview

National Citizens Inquiry

Catherine Christensen is a distinguished lawyer who specializes in representing active military personnel and veterans. In her recent testimony, Ms. Christensen provides critical insights into the adverse impacts of COVID-19 mandates on military members. Specifically, she expounds on how such mandates have led to the inoperability of Canada’s military. (1 hour 17 minutes)

Watch on YouTube here and Rumble here.

Watch her interview with Leighton Grey here.

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