CBC's 'policy' is to follow Trudeau's policies

Ezra Levant explains how Twitter's branding of CBC's account as 'government-funded media' is simply a fact.

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As we reported yesterday, Canada's state broadcaster is upset about Twitter's decision to label its account as "government-funded media." While the CBC attempted to rebuke these claims, Elon Musk, the company's boss, mocked the outlet's outrage.

This branding on CBC's Twitter account and Justin Trudeau's defence of "independent journalism" was the topic of Ezra's monologue on last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show.

Looking at the CBC's rebuttal to musk, Ezra questioned how a company that receives $1 billion from the government could claim to be independent, saying:

First of all, it is a factual fact that they get government money and that's all that's said there. They are a creature of a government statute called the Broadcasting Act and their board is appointed by the government. 

Where is the dispute here?

But to claim that are not partisan or not partial? What a joke that is.

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