Justin Trudeau’s Liberals want to study the scourge of “fake news,” and see how they can ban it.
One of the Liberal MPs excited about this venture is Seamus O’Regan, the former journalist from CTV’s Canada AM. Now he wants to regulate other journalists, to make sure they don’t say anything fake. (That is: anything that might look bad on him and his boss, Justin Trudeau...)
And Hedy Fry, the Liberal MP from Vancouver, is also leading this charge against fake news.
Yes, this is the same Hedy Fry who once stood up in the House of Commons, and said:
"We could just go to Prince George, British Columbia, where crosses are being burned on lawns as we speak.”
Of course, there has never been a police report of a cross burning — a KKK activity — in Prince George’s history. She just made it up.
I don’t want to ban what Hedy Fry has to say. I think everyone should know what an idiot she is.
I don’t even want to ban the CBC, and their fake news stories about Trudeau’s socks.
I just don’t want to have to pay for that kind of fake news through my taxes...
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