The CBC was created to promote Canadian values and culture. And yet they are spending their time (and our money) mocking — not the US election in general — but Donald Trump and his supporters: traveling down to pick fights at Trump events, making fun of his supporters and putting them on the internet.
As we’ve learned from Project Veritas undercover videos, “bird-dogging” is what Democrat dirty tricksters call infiltrating a Republican rally to undermine it from within.
But unlike Hillary Clinton’s dirty tricksters, the CBC government team actually recorded themselves doing it. They were proud of it, because they knew they would please their patron, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
It’s strange for a democracy like Canada to have a state broadcaster. Normally that’s the sort of thing you see in Communist China or North Korea. But even stranger is having government comedians.
I’m not against jokes about Trump. But it’s gross that Canadian taxpayers have to pay for them, and to send government workers to the U.S. to make fun of Trump supporters, to their faces.
But you know what the worst of it is?
For $1.5 billion a year, you’d think it would all be funnier...
TONIGHT'S GUESTS are Daniel Pipes, President of the Middle East Forum and Jennifer Breedon, a human rights attorney at Clarion, to discuss an influential left wing group's blacklisting of Pipes, Aayan Hirsi Ali and other freedom fighters as "hate mongers."