The former University College Dublin (UCD) professor says she made contact with people authorities had placed under restrictions after their arrival in the country. And as a result of her “legal” advice they absconded, violating Ireland’s then COVID-19 quarantine laws. During the same livestream Cahill declared that a warrant is out for her arrest for failing to appear in a Dublin court in January.
In other interviews published online in recent weeks, Cahill continues to dispute the seriousness of the pandemic and argues that it’s part of a wider agenda to rollback democracy. She also announced her intention to again run for election.
Cahill made the revelation during a livestream with Australian anti-vax group Health Alliance Australia (HAA) last month. The former chair of the Irish Freedom Party (IFP) said that at some stage last year she was put in touch with a woman who was threatening to kill herself after authorities had placed the woman in hotel quarantine. According to Cahill, within an hour of hearing about the woman she was speaking to her on the phone.
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