Welcome back to an episode of Facts Matter, a special edition from the Netherlands. This is our Amsterdam trip, and we are covering farmers protests across the country. The farmers were fighting back against the parliamentary regulations that simply kneecapping many of them.

They told me that between 30 percent to 50 percent of the local farmers here would have to shut down. It’s an enormous, huge deal. For the past three to four days, we’ve driven around the country speaking with farmers and truckers. We also spoke with people supporting them. And, of course, with a scientist, who gave us a detailed explanation about the nitrogen controversy.

We even had the opportunity to talk with an opposition member of parliament, who was fighting against these regulations. We’ll release these interviews over the coming days one at a time, beginning this episode with Member in Parliament Thierry Baudet.


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