FACT CHECK: Do Canadians REALLY want to bail out failing newspapers?

Have you seen this headline?

COVID-19 crisis: Most Canadians support bailout for media organizations, poll finds

I don’t know if you know this, but the National Post, and most Canadian daily newspapers — including the Toronto Sun chain, the Calgary Herald, Montreal Gazette, Edmonton Journal, etc., — they’re not actually owned by Canadians. They’re owned by a company called Postmedia, which is owned by a U.S. investment fund called Chatham Asset Management.

In this extended clip from last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show (click here to subscribe), we looked at the poll used to convince readers that Canadians believe media organizations deserve even more government money than usual in order to stay afloat while unemployment hits 20% in the rest of the country.