The CBC’s headline on a story about the People’s Party of Canada candidate in a Vancouver area by-election read: “Bernier's party taps anti-'trans agenda' activist as candidate in Burnaby-South” and the article goes on to vilify Laura-Lynn Tyler Thomson in every way possible.
CBC notes she previously worked as a host at The 700 Club Canada, but left it in 2017. She blamed her departure on LGBTQ-etc.-etc.-etc. activists who allegedly “targeted me mercilessly by calling The 700 Club Canada.”
It should be pointed out that CBC is usually anti-bully in its news coverage, except of course when the bullying is being done by someone who identifies as a non-binary, gender-fluid, asexual spirit unicorn, and the victim is a normal heterosexual woman.
If Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson’s name rings a bell, it’s probably because she was the woman who had what appeared to be coffee thrown on her by a woman in a hijab as she expressed her outrage outside a Vancouver courthouse over the murder of 13 year old Marissa Shen allegedly by one of Trudeau’s Syrian refugees.
The media was there and witnessed the assault but there was no coverage of the incident on the news. Why?
Under the warped lens of the CBC, Muslim violence against Thompson is a complete non-story, but Thompson choosing to run for the PPC has the CBC running an over-the-top diatribe against her.