BOMBSHELL: Whistleblower describes Facebook interference in Canada’s 2019 election

Ryan Hartwig worked for years as a censorship contractor for Facebook.

Hartwig was based in Phoenix, Arizona, one of 1,500 censors working in shifts around the clock, deleting up to 200 post per day, each.

One of the jobs that this army of secret censors had was to interfere in the 2019 Canadian federal election.

Hartwig and the other Facebook deleters were given specific instructions on what to delete — including certain comments that were critical of NDP leader Jagmeet Singh, or certain criticisms of Canada’s open-borders immigration policy.

My conversation with Hartwig first aired on my Friday show, and it's so explosive that I wanted as many of you to see it as possible.

Did you know that Facebook had entire censorship factories like this?

That they specifically had censorship plans for foreign countries’ elections — including for Canada?

That Facebook specifically singles out political candidates or issues on the left for special protection, but allows similar attacks on conservative candidates and issues?

Hartwig even mentioned the steps Facebook takes to protect Greta Thunberg from criticism — protections available to no political activist on the right.

It was all news to me.

But it’s strange news — because just this week Trudeau's Liberal government announced there had been no foreign interference in the election.

But this Facebook contractor assures me there was — and he would know, because he helped do it.

How many Canadian Facebook posts — and entire Facebook pages — did this America contractor delete in the middle of our election? 

They processed 300,000 cases a day out of their Phoenix office alone.

Did Facebook’s interference in the Canadian election help ensure Trudeau won a minority government?

Don't miss this interview with a censor that Trudeau’s government says doesn’t even exist.