PATHETIC: CBC Continues ‘Demonize Bernier’ Campaign, Tries Linking Him To Jinnah Park Vandalism

CBC is clearly taking their orders directly from the Trudeau government at this point.

CBC isn’t even trying to hide it anymore. They are on a non-stop campaign to demonize Maxime Bernier, even when they have no evidence to back it up.

First, they tried linking Bernier’s tweets to a far-right rally in the US. After Bernier rightfully pushed back, Rosemary Barton (doing her best impression of Trudeau’s Propaganda Minister), then basically said that unless Bernier was willing to talk to CBC they would interpret his tweets in the worst way possible.

And now, they’re going even further.

Last week, Maxime Bernier Tweeted about the fact that a park in Winnipeg was named after Muhammed Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan.

Before Bernier tweeted about it, I had written about it, as did many others. I had even tweeted about it.

The revelation that a park was being named after the highly-controversial founder of Pakistan, while statues of John A. Macdonald are being torn down generated tremendous, and justified anger among patriotic Canadians.

Then, in what is certainly a case of ‘convenient’ timing, the park was vandalized. The Jinnah Park sign was sawed off.

Now, there’s absolutely no way to know who did it, since nobody has taken responsibility. It’s entirely possible it was someone angry about the sign being put up.

However, it’s also possible that it was sawed off by someone who wanted to set in motion exactly this serious of events – the attempt by CBC to demonize Bernier and all who agree with him.

That has happened numerous times, as past ‘hate-crimes’ have been revealed to be perpetrated by someone from the community allegedly being ‘attacked.’

And we all saw the Hijab Hoax, which was revealed to be a total lie.

True journalists would wait for actual facts to come in – including finding out who was responsible – before they tried blaming someone for it.

But that’s not what CBC is doing.

They’re jumping ahead, and trying to link Bernier to the vandalism – without any evidence.

Consider the headline of a recent CBC article on the vandalism:

“Sign vandalized after MP Maxime Bernier calls out Winnipeg park for ‘extreme multiculturalism”

The article also featured lines like this:

“Days after Conservative MP Maxime Bernier singled out a Winnipeg park named after a Pakistani leader in an attempt to demonstrate that multiculturalism has gone too far, the park’s new sign was vandalized.” 

“The discarded wooden stumps suggest the sign’s poles were sawed off.”

“It’s very hurtful and saddening to see,” said Khan, standing metres from where the sign once stood in Winnipeg’s South Pointe community.

“He wants to send a message to Bernier, his supporters and everyone else in Canada that hatred has no place in this country. The city’s Pakistani community will host a celebration of diversity at the park on Sunday.”

CBC even included this, which again unfairly links Bernier to the vandalism, and is a free advertisement for an event:

“In response to Bernier’s remarks, people of all cultural backgrounds have been invited to Jinnah Park, south of Tim Sale Drive at Northern Lights Drive, beginning at 4 p.m. local time on Sunday for a show of Canada’s diversity, hosted by the Pakistani Students’ Association and the Pakistani Association. The event will include live music, bouncy castles and ethnic foods.”

This CBC story is garbage.

First, they have no evidence of a link between Bernier and the vandalism.

Second, they talk about ‘hatred,’ implying that questioning whether a park should be named for the founder of a foreign country is somehow hateful.

And third, they promote an event and explicitly say it’s ‘in response to Bernier’s remarks.’

CBC is now on a clear, anti-Bernier campaign, and it’s being funded with our tax dollars.

It’s pathetic, and it’s a disgrace.

CBC is now not even pretending that they aren’t doing the bidding of Trudeau and the out-of-touch, elitist political class. We’re being forced to fund the demonization of patriotic Canadians, and the suppression of independent thinking.

That’s why we all need to keep using platforms like this one, and social media, to push back against CBC’s propaganda and make sure the true views of the Canadian People are heard.

Spencer Fernando

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