CBC Launches Hilariously Biased & Ignorant Attack On The Post Millennial

How can they not see how hypocritical it is for a state-run broadcaster to criticize others for supposed ‘bias?’

The Post Millennial – which yours truly is proud to write articles for – has quickly become one of Canada’s fastest growing news and opinion outlets.

It features what you see in most online outlets today, a mix of news and opinion content.

And notably, it’s not taxpayer funded, refusing to force Canadian taxpayers to subsidize it.

None of that is remotely shocking or surprising.

Yet, to the CBC, it’s apparently big news!

And in an hilariously biased article, CBC attacked The Post Millennial.

Here’s an excerpt:

“The founders of The Post Millennial have big plans. In the next two years, they want to turn the once-obscure website they describe as a “centre-right” outlet into a news powerhouse that competes with legacy media across Canada and the United States.

On its About page, the site dubs itself “your reasonable alternative,” with a mission to “accurately and adequately report Canadian news events as they unfold and progress.”

But a CBC/Radio-Canada investigation found poor transparency around its political ties — for one thing, many of its writers have openly campaigned for conservative politicians — and unanswered questions about its journalistic standards and funding model.

The site covers national and regional news, as well as some sports and culture stories, and has a robust opinion section that features major conservative voices including Barbara Kay and Spencer Fernando.”

While it’s interesting that CBC is waking up to my growing influence (credit for which is actually owed to you and everyone who reads and shares my writing – thank you!) CBC is actually presenting a very biased and incorrect narrative.

For example, The Post Millennial’s opinion section includes many left-wing voices as well, something CBC conveniently ignores.

And, as was pointed out on Twitter, the CBC loves to claim how much they’re beating their competitors, while neglecting the fact that CBC is federally funded:

“Took me great pains to locate this again, but this is an ad CBC commissioned for itself premised entirely on shitting on other news stations.

CBC has a LONG history of attacking the competition, usually neglecting entirely to mention the fact that IT IS **FEDERALLY FUNDED.**”

This appears to be a classic case of projection by the CBC. In reality, they are a state-run ‘Liberal Pamphleteering’ outlet, and (while there are rare exceptions like Robyn Urback), mostly totally dominated by Liberal sentiment.

Consider how, just as the Liberals started pushing more of their anti-Conservative climate fear-mongering, CBC started running endless climate change segments that basically repeated Liberal talking points word for word.

And consider how, in their biased attack on The Post Millennial, they cited a supposed ‘expert’ without mentioning that he was… wait for it… a former CBC Executive Producer.

“The best part is when they use former CBC executive producer @ahconter as an expert source on transparency but they only say he’s “a professor of journalism”.

How does that saying go?

Something something log in your own eye…”

Talk about bias.

Talk about ‘pamphletering.’

Making this all the more disturbing is that CBC is using forcibly-taken taxpayer money to launch an attack against a possible competitor. That shouldn’t happen in a free society.

The fact is CBC can’t compete on a level playing field and they know it, so they attack, demonize, and show total bias towards anyone who they feel threatened by.

It’s a disgrace, and it’s sickening that we’re all forced to pay for it.

Spencer Fernando

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