January 15, 2018

Why Canadians deserve apology after “hijab hoax” — and girl's mother must be charged

Rebel Staff

On Friday morning, at 8:52AM, Toronto police made this announcement:

Then eleven minutes later, they clarified:

There had only been one victim, who had been attacked by the same man ten minutes apart.

By 9:49AM, the CBC had a news story on it.

How did that happen? Just to get from the CBC headquarters in downtown Toronto, to the school — that’s a half hour drive.

And when was the last time you saw an eleven-year-old victim of a crime talking to reporters — letting her name be used — and her photo, too? Whenever young people are involved in a criminal matter, their names are automatically subject to a publication ban. That’s even CBC policy.

But none of that happened here. In 45 minutes, this crime became national news. Then the police had a press conference at the school, with the girl, her brother and her mother!

Is that normal?

Justin Trudeau and half of the Liberal cabinet miraculously knew about this story almost as quickly as the CBC did. Trudeau was outraged at Canadians — how awful we are, how Islamophobic — even though no charges had been laid.

Canada’s media, especially the CBC, just kept pumping out stories.

And then, today, the obvious:

On Friday, January 12, 2018, the Toronto Police Service requested assistance identifying a man involved in an Assault with a Weapon investigation. After a detailed investigation, police have determined that the events described in the original news release did not happen. The investigation is concluded.

The story was a hoax.

I don't want an apology from the 11-year-old girl. She was just doing what she was told to do.

I want an apology from the Islamophile politicians, and media, who were so quick to believe this obviously fake story, and smear Canadians.

I want an apology and an explanation from the school board and the police for permitting this bizarre exploitation of this child for PR purposes.

But mainly, I want the mother charged.

WATCH as I explain why — then SIGN OUR PETITION at HijabHoax.com to the Toronto Police Service, if you agree.

You can’t smear Canadians as racist, and lie to the cops...

TONIGHT'S GUESTS: To talk more about this disturbing story, we're joined by two guests who have been following it closely — writer Barbara Kay, and retired lawyer Manny Montenegrino, who questioned its veracity from the very start.

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