Pregnant mom arrested for Facebook post about anti-lockdown day in Australia

Zoe Buhler, 28, was handcuffed in her lounge room in front of her children on Wednesday afternoon and charged with incitement

There’s more proof that a virus from communist China that swept across the world has brought Chinese-communist style oppression right along with it.

When a 28-year-old pregnant mom in Victoria, Australia set up an anti-quarantine protest in a Facebook post, she was reportedly arrested in her own home and handcuffed in front of her children and partner, reports MailOnline.

Zoe Lee Buhler was arrested on Sept. 2 and charged with incitement. Several officers entered her home in Ballarat, northwest of Melbourne, with a search warrant and started reading the young mother her rights.

Buhler’s alleged crime was linking to a since-deleted “Freedom Day Ballarat” event she created for 11 a.m. on Sept. 5 in her town.

It was nothing more than a legal gathering in which people could express their opinions.

“Anyone from Ballarat please join us in our fight for freedom and human rights!” she wrote in the posting. When she protested to police that she was not breaking any laws, she was reportedly told: “Actually you are, that’s why we’re arresting you in relation to incitement.”

Her boyfriend tried to defend her while holding her infant child, but was told Buhler had “already committed the offense.”

Police said they would seize all electronic devices in the house including those which did not even belong to Buhler. She was later charged with incitement and released on bail to face Ballarat Magistrates Court in January. Her friends and family were horrified when they learned of the arrest via a Facebook post


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