Have they not heard how Prime Minister Justin Trudeau groped a small-town newspaper reporter in 2000?
That’s possible, I suppose, if your only source of news is the CBC. When the grope story first materialized in June, the CBC admitted it had known about the allegations since “earlier this year,” but had chosen not to report on them.
The CBC, which receives a taxpayer subsidy of over $1 billion a year, claims it sat on the story to protect the victim’s privacy. Fascinating, though, how their concern for her privacy coincided so conveniently with keeping their prime minister’s image clean.
If you believe there is no bias at the CBC, ask yourself whether the broadcaster would have sat on these accusations had they been made against Stephen Harper while he was PM?