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Mass Media MisInformation & Lying to Public supporting government’s False Narratives


CBC continually lies to the public as they are being paid to support the false narrative of the Canadian government. They carefully and contrive their story to support political agenda and silence the real truth. They continually promote fear and the experimental shots even to our children who are immune which have killed more people than the virus. They lie and promote lies telling the public that the vaccines do not promote any danger to those who have had Covid-19 and they do not tell people they already have immunity. They falsely reported on the Trucker Freedom Convoy to Ottawa and in Coutts Alberta – painting them as violent and misreporting their cause. They falsely reported on the response to Trudeau in the EU saying he received a standing ovation when he was outcast for being a dictator to Canada.

Catherine Tait is the President and CEO of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

CBC LIES, Claims Trudeau Received Standing Ovation in EU

The CBC is a Propaganda Tool for the Left Wing Social Activists

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