Canadians are on high alert today in expectation that outbreaks of mischief could randomly occur anywhere at any moment now that Canadian trucker convoy organizer, Tamara Lich, has been awarded bail.
Officially charged with “counseling to commit mischief,” Lich has been held for several weeks without bail because Justice Julie Bourgeois insisted it was necessary to protect the public.
A new justice allowed the bail but imposed several conditions. In addition to posting $25,000, Lich had to promise to leave Ottawa within 24 hours and have no contact with her fellow convoy organizers.
However, government officials are concerned that Lich still poses a clear and present danger, and that there is little to prevent her from counseling others to commit mischief.
RCMP Chief Mischief Profiler, Lloyd Alexander, warns that the type and severity of mischief Lich could inflict on the people of Canada is limited only by the public’s imagination.
“There’s nothing to prevent her from infiltrating a Facebook knitting group, radicalizing its members and persuading them to crochet a giant “Fuck Trudeau” banner which they could unfurl in front of parliament. She’s sneaky and impish, that one, and that’s why we’ll be keeping a very close eye on her,” he said.