December 07, 2016

New book exposes secret collusion between the Liberals and CBC to mock opponents

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Tony Blair was the UK prime minister when Jean Chretien was Canada’s prime minister, so the two of them had many conversations. 

Now Tony Blair’s senior aide, Alastair Campbell, has written his memoir, which includes a conversation between Blair and Chretien:

Blair “had a good time with Chretien, who told him the hilarious story of how Opposition leader Stockwell Day made a pledge that if three per cent of the population wanted a referendum on any issue, they could have it, so the Liberals got a TV station to organize a three per cent write-in campaign for Stockwell to change his first name to Doris. It really took off, to the point the Liberals even adopted ‘Que Sera Sera’ as their campaign song.”

What Campbell obviously didn’t know, is that that “TV station” was actually Canada’s state broadcaster, the CBC.

It’s like if Barack Obama personally ordered "Saturday Night Live" to attack his enemies — but even that analogy doesn’t work, because Obama doesn’t pay "Saturday Night Live" $1.5 billion a year.

The entire CBC is a corrupt, Liberal propaganda outfit, of course.

Remember when Peter Mansbridge actually flew out to Italy, to preside over the luxury wedding of Trudeau’s communications chief?

You just can’t believe a single word the CBC says — except for when they call you “deplorable.” Believe that.

NEXT: Our own Faith Goldy joins me to talk about the aftermath of our anti-carbon tax rally in Edmonton, including the latest media meltdowns over that “Lock her up” chant.

PS: We’re holding ANOTHER rally this weekend, in Calgary. VISIT for details about this new event.

THEN: Donald Trump has been meeting with a lot of people as he prepares to move into the White House, and one of those guests was… Al Gore.

Marc Morano of comes on to discuss what that was all about.

FINALLY: I read your messages to me!


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commented 2016-12-08 18:41:17 -0500
Don’t watch the CBC anymore and I never liked any TV movie they made. The only reason they exist is because of our tax dollars. We are force-fed horse shit every day.
commented 2016-12-08 12:56:18 -0500
ANONYMOUS, “So with all those conservative leaders caving in, just who do we turn to? I love Brad Wall, but unfortunately, I don’t live in Sask.” I know that for a lot of folks Brad Wall has become the poster boy for the fight against the carbon tax. But. let’s dig a little deeper.
On December 4, Jason Kenney posted a video of his hero and soul mate, Brad Wall, being interviewed:
Wall started out saying, “In general, our government hasn’t completely rejected a price on carbon. In 2010, we passed legislation that will allow for that when we thought the time was right economically…Even in this current debate we haven’t ruled that out. We have said that it’s a question of timing”. A question of timing??? No time is right to submit to this hoax perpetuated by the socialists and globalists as a tool to radically transform our free market capitalist economy and they have openly declared this to be the case!
Interestingly, in a Financial Post article in July where Kenney is described as “Canada’s fiercest carbon-tax killer”, Wildrose leader Bran Jean is quoted as saying, “I can’t tell you the Wildrose wouldn’t bring in a carbon tax in the future”, that is, not ruling out replacing it with a different version!
When are conservatives going to get enough gumption to say that ‘the emperor has no clothes’? Oops, one has done so, CPC leadership candidate from Saskatchewan, Brad Trost.
commented 2016-12-08 12:45:39 -0500
- This underlines why any future Conservative government must completely defund the CBC. Taxpayers shouldn’t be on the hook for the Liberal propaganda network.

- The mainstream media is agonizing over every move Trump makes. Fun to watch.
commented 2016-12-08 11:27:44 -0500
LIZA ROSIE, “Derek Fildebrandt, Alberta MLA will be at the rally representing the Wildrose? Does that mean Brian Jean isn’t showing up then? What does that mean?”
Indeed! Will he be attending to try to regain some of the ground that Wildrose lost because of his leader? Will he be apologizing for his leader’s conduct? Will he be explaining why Wildrose has an environmental policy statement calling for a reduction of green house gases (CO2) and the promotion of alternative ‘green’ energy sources? What? Will be interesting.
commented 2016-12-08 11:20:32 -0500
Stephen Hicken – Ezra was at his finest during that monologue! I’m still laughing about it too.
commented 2016-12-08 08:56:14 -0500
Well Ezra….Trudashian did ask Hillary how he could help her campaign… he did by sending his media down to mock Trump. Trudashian probably “got” the CBC to do it….
commented 2016-12-08 08:01:46 -0500
Still laughing over your monologue from the other day Era. Then it reminded me of the famous movie Animal House and John Belushi’s infamous speech of the going gets tough. Damn this was a great week for one liners. Your passionate verbiage and then F@@K OFF and than the Conservative debate and Andrew Scheer’s line " Sunny ways and Unicorns and Care Bear Economics" And I now see reporters using the part Care Bear Economics in a lot of sites. Keep up the fight Ezra your on a roll now
commented 2016-12-08 07:32:03 -0500
The CBC/progressives’ obsession with conservatism is what generates their boners …… in a "20 shades of grey " way…… wangers the whole lot……….
commented 2016-12-08 06:34:27 -0500
We don’t need to chase the corrupt tales of the CBC and the liberals of the past, we have all the proof we need in the here and now, and it is worse by magnitudes.
commented 2016-12-08 04:04:59 -0500
Derek Fildebrandt, Alberta MLA will be at the rally representing the Wildrose? Does that mean Brian Jean isn’t showing up then? What does that mean?
commented 2016-12-08 03:02:32 -0500
Trump is getting the last laugh. Every day he makes America Greater. Just look at the support he is getting at the stock marker where it is sky rocking.
commented 2016-12-08 02:50:38 -0500
i want to be there becasue i donot know who i want to back ,
commented 2016-12-08 02:45:56 -0500
its not a secret
commented 2016-12-08 02:11:50 -0500
hello canada
commented 2016-12-08 02:05:20 -0500
So with all those conservative leaders caving in, just who do we turn to? I love Brad Wall, but unfortunately, I don’t live in Sask.
commented 2016-12-08 01:49:38 -0500
The rally on Sunday should be interesting. In one corner, you have CPC leadership candidate Brad Trost calling the sham of man-made climate change what it is, “a political issue; not a science issue”, and in the other corner, Derek Fildebrandt, Alberta MLA, representing a party (Wildrose) which has a policy statement calling for a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions (CO2) and promoting alternative energy sources!
commented 2016-12-08 01:31:53 -0500
Since Rachell began wrecking Alberta i have been unable to support the Conservative party , now after all the BS over the rally i would not give them a cent if i was a billionaire.
commented 2016-12-08 01:30:07 -0500
Jay Kelly a CBC write in campaign is hardly what i would call legit.
commented 2016-12-07 23:50:40 -0500
What a combination, Blair and Chretien. Blair should be in Jail for War Crimes and as for Chretien, Prime Minister of Canada flying the Panamanian Flag on his 1920s vintage, fleet of old Tramp Steamers. That is disgusting.
There are a lot of things that Chretien should be in Jail for. It would seem that all Liberal Prime Ministers belong to the same club.
commented 2016-12-07 23:49:26 -0500
CPC leadership candidate Brad Trost introduced a bill in September to sell the CBC. Glad that he will be attending the Rebel rally in Calgary on Sunday.
commented 2016-12-07 23:25:04 -0500
I remember when Stockwell Day was ridiculed on CBC after he invited popular calls for referendums on any issue: “if 3% of the population want it, we will have a referendum”. Rick Mercer took the bait and asked on “Rick Mercer Report” that Stockwell Day’s name be changed to Doris Day.

Stockwell Day went along with it and even sang “que sera, sera, whatever will be will be…”.

It was one of Stockwell Day’s finest moments and Rick Mercer looked pretty good, too.

It was also a good reminder to all conservatives in Canada to be careful for what you ask for.
commented 2016-12-07 22:48:27 -0500
Ezra, having to watch these painfully unfunny CBC “comedy” sketches is cruel and unusual punishment. Time to abort the CBC.
commented 2016-12-07 22:15:06 -0500
The CBC should be defunded and silenced.
commented 2016-12-07 22:14:55 -0500
John Day:
It is Brad Trost who is going to the rally this weekend, it is Brad Trost who supports Albertans, it is Brad Trost who is pro-life, it is Brad Trost who has already taken action to get rid of CBC.
What does Kellie Leitch offer? She is playing up to the media to get attention.
commented 2016-12-07 22:10:00 -0500
I’m Speechless. I never thought (I must be naive) that the official broadcaster would be propagator of racist hate propaganda. For the first time in history, I’m leaving my son a WORSE world than I grew up in. That’s fine for Sweden and Venezuela, but I thought we were better. Apparently not :-(
commented 2016-12-07 22:00:46 -0500
I was reading famous quotes today on the net .Came across this one by George Orwell . Kind of says what we are seeing today.
I do not believe that the kind of society I describe in 1984 necessarily will arrive,
but I believe that something resembling it could arrive.
I believe also that Totalitarian ideas Have Taken Root in the minds of Intellectuals Everywhere
George Orwell
commented 2016-12-07 21:58:18 -0500
Sent Rona a letter today As of now I have stopped funding the party. no more $400 a year.
commented 2016-12-07 21:43:55 -0500
I don’t think the CBC needs orders from the Govt. It’s automatic
commented 2016-12-07 21:24:36 -0500
it’s off topic, but 75 years ago today,imperial japan attacked pearl harbour. lest we forget…
commented 2016-12-07 21:03:44 -0500
Preston Manning. He’s the tyrant responsible for this train wreck in Alberta. Revenge for years of absolute lack of recognition which was well deserved. If you see him again, punch him so hard it knocks his whole family out for a week. (That’s being conservative)