Canadian media outlets are reporting that Tamara Lich, one of the key organizers of the Freedom Convoy protests in Ottawa, has been charged with counseling to commit mischief and denied bail, with the judge arguing that Lich would re-offend.

The CBC reports:

Lich, the Alberta woman behind a now-halted GoFundMe campaign that raised over $10 million to support the protest in Ottawa, was arrested and charged Thursday with counselling to commit mischief.

Before her arrest, she told journalists she wasn’t concerned about being arrested, didn’t think the protest was illegal and also said her bank account was frozen.

On Tuesday, the judge said she was not convinced Lich would go home, stay there and stop her alleged counselling.

“This community has already been impacted enough by some of the criminal activity and blockades you took part in and even led,” said Justice Julie Bourgeois.

“You have had plenty of opportunity to remove yourself and even others from this criminal activity but obstinately chose not to and persistently counselled others not to either.”

Even alleged murderers are granted bail. Look:


Trudeau actually cited Black Lives Matter protests as a movement he could get behind because they weren’t hateful and violent like the truckers and their horns.

This guy was granted bail …




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