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Crazy People Are Dangerous: Meet Canada’s Version of Deborah Frisch

Posted on | September 22, 2020 | 1 Comment


A lunatic foreigner who got herself deported:

Pascale Ferrier is a 53-year-old Canadian woman who was arrested in connection with a letter containing ricin that was sent to President Donald Trump last week, CBC reported. She was a computer programmer and had previously been arrested in Mission, Texas, while living in the United States. Authorities said additional, connected letters might have been sent to law enforcement in Texas.
Ferrier was arrested when she tried to cross into the United States from Canada near Buffalo, New York, according to the CBC. She is being held in custody in New York, and court records show charges have not been filed against her yet. . . .
An unnamed source familiar with the investigation told CNN that the letter had a substance with physical characteristics similar to ground castor beans, and the letter was mailed from Saint-Hubert, Quebec. On Monday, CBC reported that Royal Canadian Mounted Police were searching a condo on Montreal’s South Shore in Saint-Hubert. The Journal de Montreal reported that she had only lived at the residence for a few months.
Ferrier was carrying a gun when she was arrested, CNN reported. She was trying to cross the border from Fort Erie, Ontario, into Buffalo, New York, via the Peace Bridge when Customs and Border Protection agents took her into custody, NBC News reported. . . .
Ferrier had been living in Texas when she was deported to Canada last year. She was arrested in Mission, Texas, in March 2019 for carrying an unlicensed weapon and a fake driver’s license and resisting arrest, The New York Times reported.
Her arrest record from 2019 shows that she was arrested by the Mission Police Department on March 12, 2019, and released on May 18, 2019. KRGV confirmed the arrest, noting that the Hidalgo County District Attorney’s Office had filed a motion to dismiss the charges because it was her first offense and she had spent 20 days in jail. She was jailed for more than two months before she was released.
Officials learned that she had overstayed a 6-month visa and her arrest had violated the terms of her passport. She was deported back to Canada, The New York Times reported.

Ace shares this astute observation:

These people rank very low in the category of “Conforms to Gender Expectations.”
As I said earlier, leftism is a cult created to provide scapegoats and hate-objects for the mentally ill, the failures, the ugly and the unemployable and the unmarriagiable.

In case you don’t know who Deborah Frisch is, she is a former University of Oregon psychology professor who turned into an Internet stalker, and last time I checked was in a Colorado penitentiary. Dr. Frisch ranked rather low in “Conforms to Gender Expectations,” although not as low as this crazed gun-toting Canadian ricin-mailer.



One Response to “Crazy People Are Dangerous: Meet Canada’s Version of Deborah Frisch”

  1. The Woman Who Tried to Poison Trump | 357 Magnum
    September 23rd, 2020 @ 8:21 am

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