The mainstream media continues to prop up Trudeau’s image, but Conservatives aren’t falling for it.
The Canadian Press, a federally funded news wire service, published an article Sunday that is being described as “nothing but straight up propaganda.”
Titled “Trudeau mobbed by admirers at Stampede pancake breakfast,” the article paints the sitting prime minister in a positive light:
Mr. Trudeau was mobbed as he slowly made his way through the crowd, posing for pictures, holding small children and shaking hands.
The headline of the article appears to have set Conservatives off, with some critics describing the reported photo-ops as “staged.”
A recent article by the Associated Press, the American equivalent of the Canadian Press, acknowledges that trust in the media is at all an all-time low, and belief in conspiracies is at an all-time high.
The reason for this is due to a widespread breakdown in trust in institutions, according to experts. This problem affects America, as well as Canada.
The mainstream media in Canada has made numerous inaccurate claims regarding Conservatives, further exacerbating that distrust.
Rachel Gilmore, a Global News “journalist,” recently published a fake news article that falsely claims that Pierre Poilievre and James Topp have far-right extremist ties.
An investigation reveals that isn’t true, and the links were deceptively exaggerated.
Earlier in the year, CBC admitted that it lied about aspects of the Freedom Convoy, going as far as to retract several fake news stories.
The breakdown in trust has lead to many Canadians, specifically Conservatives, to refer to organizations like CBC and Global News as “fake news.”
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