All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @LesVertsCanada: Ce qui se passe actuellement sur le territoire Wet'suwet'en est épouvantable et illégal. Envoyez une lettre au Premier ministre Trudeau greenparty.ca/fr/soutenez-la…

RT @ricochet_en: Potentially huge news: CBC reporting Wet'suwet'en chiefs, ministers reach proposed agreement in pipeline dispute cbc.ca/news/canada/br… #cdnpoli #WetsuwetenSolidarity

Nathan Cullen (NDP) tweeted :

Important statement just released by the Wet'suwet'en Hereditary Chiefs in regards to todays meetings with Canada and BC. As well as the commitments from the RCMP and CGL to enable this meeting to take place "in an atmosphere of wiggus (respect)." https://t.co/JX9ZyNXyKE

RT @PerrinBeatty: RT @PerrinBeatty: 'It's none of their business': The Wet'suwet'en people who want the protesters to stop | CBC News cbc.ca/news/business/…

James Moore (unknown) retweeted @CKNW :

RT @CKNW: "They're not helping Wet'suwet'en people. It's causing more divisions between Indigenous people and the rest of Canada." Wet'suwet'en member Candice George tells @steeletalk the nationwide protests against the Coastal GasLink project are causing additional pain. https://t.co/sk0BiBSY8C

RT @stephen_taylor: RT @stephen_taylor: Correction: 85% of Wet'suwet'en first Nation supports the pipeline and do not support these protests.

RT @CJusticeTO: Join emergency Wet'suwet'en solidarity actions happening in the next few days in Tkaronto! #WetsuwetenStrong #ShutDownCanada [Click photo to see the full details] https://t.co/PjRUcRDr9I

RT @CanadaAction: Hereditary Chief Helen Michelle of Skin Tyee Nation, Wet'suwet'en “A lot of the protestors are not even #Wetsuweten. Our people said go ahead to #CoastalGasLink.” #WetsuwetenStrong #LNGCanada https://t.co/U7zyxZBXxk

Elizabeth May (Green) tweeted :

BC and Canadian Greens have taken a strong stand in solidarity with Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs. #GPC #BCGreens #UNDRIP

Charlie Angus NDP (NDP) tweeted :

The @rcmpgrcpolice must allow journalists to cover the stand off on the traditional territory of the Wet'suwet'en. I was involved in the Adams Mine blockade. The police always gave full access to the press. It built trust on both sides. ricochet.media/en/2474/rcmp-v…