January 17, 2018

Security Expert: #HijabHoax appears "structured and rehearsed"

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's show, former police officer turned security expert Leo Knight joined me to discuss the Hijab Hoax fake hate crime.

Many questions remain unanswered about this lie meant to smear and divide Canadians:

How did the CBC publish an article so quickly? Why did they use the name of the eleven-year-old "victim"?

Why did politicians express their outrage on social media when crimes happen every day that they ignore?

The statements made to the press by the eleven-year-old don't sound like something a child would say, was she coached?

Were her mother or the Islamic Supreme Council of Canada involved?

WATCH my interview with Leo to see why he thinks the police have failed to complete a thorough investigation.

PS: We demand the Toronto Police Service investigate Saima Samad for misleading police by lying about her daughter being attacked for wearing a hijab. SIGN OUR PETITION if you agree.

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commented 2018-01-18 01:53:33 -0500
Sad thing is that i doubt many progressives even believe their own spin on this matter.
commented 2018-01-17 17:53:30 -0500
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 34,645 Attacks, 225,319 Killed, 304,637 Injured that we know of.

No new attacks since yesterday…. that we know of…. YET!!
commented 2018-01-17 16:40:12 -0500
It really is a shame the way media and the police treated this crime. What are they afraid of?? Who are they afraid of??
I would hate to see what would happen if the incident were reversed!!
commented 2018-01-17 13:47:00 -0500
… Have to laugh at the corrupt media’s attempt to frame this as a “just a little girl telling fibs” narrative.
… The girl and her mother were coached what to do by the father. Who forced the father to create this obvious fraud is the question. Were they about to be deported? Perhaps a shiny new car in the driveway.
commented 2018-01-17 11:58:23 -0500
Too bad those journalists didn’t have the instinct to be skeptical.