Ottawa City Councillor says she wants to personally deflate children's bouncy castles

"I wanted to go up there and poke that hot tub myself and let the water flow out of it and unplug that damn bouncy castle," said Diane Deans.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal QC

During an interview with CBC's Power & Politics, City Councillor and Chair of the Ottawa Police Services board Diane Deans said that she fantasized of personally unplugging children's bouncy castles.

Deans said that she was satisfied with the Emergencies Act being invoked, as there would be more resources for police forces to use. Deans expressed her frustration at the protest on parliament hill, and specifically targeted her anger at the bouncy castles set up in downtown Ottawa for children.

"There's a bouncy castle and a hot tub. I wanted to go up there and poke that hot tub myself and let the water flow out of it and unplug that damn bouncy castle," she said.

The famously level-headed councillor has been known for her brash comments on the protests over the past weeks.

On February 8, Deans said that the freedom convoy in downtown Ottawa are "well-polished professional people" that are executing a plan out of "the Trump playbook" to cause an "insurrection" against the Trudeau government.

"We all need to work together this is not something this country has ever seen before. Mark Carney referred to it as sedition before, I think that's exactly what it is. This is treason this is a group of well-polished professional people that are trying to overthrow a democratically elected government of this country."
"It's not targeted at the city of Ottawa, it's much bigger than that. It's really an insurrection. It's an attack on our democracy and an attack on our federal government. it has a lot of international elements to it. Money is flowing from the US. It's right out of the Trump playbook."

Deans also called for legal action against GoFundMe prior to the crowdfunder's decision to pull the plug on the protesters pockets, suggesting that the mayor call GoFundMe and demand that they "cease and desist sending money."

"We've had some conversation about perhaps suing GoFundMe, but legal action takes time, and this is urgent," she said.


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