(Sheila Gunn Reid guests hosts for Ezra Levant, who will be back on Wednesday June 26).
The CBC seems more CBC than CBC normally is these days, if that's even possible.
Much of my work with The Rebel is to do with hard journalism. Ordering access to information and freedom of information requests. Reading government documents. Browsing the latest order paper questions.
It's honest work, and I like to know what the government is doing when they think nobody's watching. But sometimes it's fun to take the same magnifying glass to the competition.
And I don't mean by riffling through the CBC's salaries and expenses, although that would be fun. Instead I'll be fact-checking my own bias.
Is the CBC as bad as I think it is?
Tooling around on the website for different phrases gives me some interesting results. Let's start with climate emergency, a phrase which I've heard far too often of late.
How about climate refugees? And how often does the CBC write about Trump? How much coverage did they dedicate to the “paper-like drink box water bottles sort of things” fiasco?
Now if you take a look at these returns and start comparing them to the CBC's recent push to get us all on a vegetarian diet, you'll start to see the parallels between their messaging and how the green voter-vying Liberals want you to live.
NEXT: Alex Newman of Liberty Sentinel talks to me about climate emergencies, public school indoctrination and transgender ideology.
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