THOUGHT POLICE: CBC News Lectures Canadians About Halloween On Twitter

A totally unacceptable use of a taxpayer-funded service.

Canadians don’t choose to give our money to CBC. It gets taken through our tax dollars whether we like it or not. That makes CBC a government service, and government services are supposed to be applied in a neutral, non-partisan way.

Unfortunately, we all know that CBC is often used by the far-left to push their politically correct agenda, and attempt to shape the opinions of Canadians to a specific set of elitist and globalist ideas, instead of reflect the true views of the Canadian people.

Often times, that takes the form of lecturing Canadians about what our views are supposed to be according to those in power. As you can see below, that’s exactly what happened in a recent Twitter exchange from the CBC Toronto account.

The tweet was brought to widespread attention by Twitter user @1236:

Here are screenshots of what happened next:

We shouldn’t be paying for this BS

This arrogant political correctness from the CBC Toronto account is total BS, and we shouldn’t be paying for it. That account should be reporting the story in a neutral way, not taking a side, and certainly not going after those who disagree and giving them an arrogant lecture about Halloween.

Any organization that takes taxpayer dollars has a clear responsibility to set aside their own agenda. Of course, those in power – especially Trudeau and his fellow elites – want to use the CBC as a way to push their worldview onto our country, whether people like it or not.

That’s why we need independent media now more than ever, because that’s where the true views of Canadians can be found. And that’s why we shouldn’t be forced to pay our tax dollars for the CBC to push an ideological agenda on us.

Spencer Fernando



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