Justin Trudeau’s CBC is asking Canadians to download an app that will spy on their Facebook feed. You can’t even make this up:
"By installing a browser extension called Facebook Political Ad Collector developed by ProPublica, CBC readers can help journalists get a better picture of the scope of political ads that Facebook users across Canada are seeing.
"That information will be fed into a database of political ads that can be analyzed by CBC and other news organizations and help us dig up and research news stories."
Facebook already identifies who is paying for an ad that’s targeting you, and why you’re targeted.
What does this CBC app do that isn’t already done?
Well, it hands over your information to a New York based left wing lobby group called ProPublica, that's basically a Democratic Party front group. That’s not a conspiracy theory — it’s who the people are, as I'll show you tonight.
(By the way: The CBC gets $1.5 billion a year from taxpayers. But they couldn’t make their own app..?)
ProPublica will keep your data, even if you deactivate the app.
Which I'll bet most people won't ever do.
Who funds ProPublica? Why, Trudeau’s friend, George Soros, the world’s most prolific left-wing activist and financier.
I’m sure nothing will go wrong...
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