Tamara Lich and others like her shouldn’t be on trial. Justin Trudeau, however, should be.
Lich is being charged with mischief, obstructing police, counselling others to commit mischief, and intimidation. Not only are the charges levied against her a joke, but they’re made all the more farcical by the fact that government’s broken all of those laws, this morning.
Because he makes it so easy to cite examples of government corruption and cruelty, let’s use Justin Trudeau as an example.
No one is as mischievous as Trudeau. He’s tormented by political scandal, day and night. His hands are always dirty, because he always has them plunged into something unlawful and inappropriate.
The trucker convoy is perhaps the most obvious example of Trudeau’s mischief and corruption. When the semis descended upon Ottawa, he scurried into his hole like a rat, hid, and manipulated political maneuverers from the comfort of his bunker. If that isn’t mischievous, nothing is.
More than that, the art of modern politics isn’t just committing mischief, but counselling others to commit mischief, with you. Justin Trudeau is only one man, but he brewed a poison that his followers eagerly drank. Not only did he hammer the nation with restrictions, but he convinced many others to follow in the path of his contemptible convictions.
Backdoor deals, political favours, promises of power and might beyond comprehension, these are the acts of counselling to commit mischief that our society should be worried about. Instead, our government is worried about a peaceful protest.
The charge against Lich for obstructing police is particularly ironic considering how explicit Trudeau’s guilt in the matter is. After all, who can forget the SNC-Lavalin scandal?
The Prime Minister’s office made clear and provable attempts to influence Jody Wilson-Raybould to interfere in a criminal case against SNC-Lavalin. The Canadian Ethics Commissioner ruled this to be true. And yet, what did Mr. Trudeau receive for his corruption?
Not even a slap on the wrist.
What is Tamara Lich facing? 10 years in prison.
As for intimidation, that was entirely the point. It’s no sin to intimidate government. In fact, it’s probably a sin not to. Government needs to be intimidated by its citizenry, otherwise, they will march forward on this battlefield for freedom like a solider without fear.
More than that, what does our Federal Government do if not try and intimidate us? How can Lich be charged with intimidation while the government deployed horses, officers, and numerous other countermeasures to force the convoy’s apoptosis?
It’s clear that Trudeau, not Lich, is the one who should be on trial. She’s innocent. She should be set free and allowed to return home. She’s guilty of none of the crimes she’s being accused of, but even if she is found guilty in our corrupted courts, why should it matter? Hasn’t the precedent been set? Nothing happens to our government leaders when they violate the law, so why should anything happen to the people of Canada when they do the same?