CBC allows multiple fake news purveyor Elizabeth Thompson to still report on truckers protest

Jack Nagler,

CBC reporter Elizabeth Thompson recently had two articles on the truckers protest pulled after they were exposed as fake news yet inexplicably CBC news director, Brodie Fenlon, is still allowing her to be assigned articles that are associated with the truckers protest such as today’s “Budget will compel crowdfunding platforms to report suspicious transactions”.

I am asking for a full explanation from Brodie Fenlon on his decision, as any ethical news organization would never allow such shameful journalism. It appears very much like an intentional breach of CBC’s journalistic policies by Fenlon due to his political biases.

How many articles does Thompson have to get pulled before she is disciplined or fired? Does that amount depend if the target is someone or group who oppose Trudeau? It certainly looks to be the case.

Regards

Dean Skoreyko

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CBC Ombudsman takes eight months to make ruling on my complaint

This is the response from the CBC Ombudsman to my refusal (see here) in accepting the CBC’s explanation as to why they omitted mentioning NDP leader Jagmeet Singh’s violent Sikh extremist associations:

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My Ombudsman complaint over CBC censoring replies on Twitter

I am writing to you today in order to file a complaint over the CBC restricting how Canadians can reply to articles posted on Twitter. 

I’m alarmed that the CBC has decided as corporate policy to stop negative replies to their articles in order to hide dissatisfaction and counter views and opinions. 

I would ask that the CBC respond and promise to end this type of censorship on social media and apologize.

I await your response.

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My complaint to the CBC Ombudsman over fake headline from CBC News on Trudeau’s Tofino trip

Jack Nagler

I’m writing you today in order to file a complaint over the tweet CBC News posted with the following headline:

“On the first National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau travelled to BC speaking with residential school survivors across the country”

I am asking for an investigation into how such an obvious fake headline could have possibly been allowed by CBC.

And only once the tweet was roundly mocked, it was quietly deleted without explanation.

The head of CBC News, Brodie Fenlon, recently promised Canadians that the CBC’s pro-Liberal bias would be addressed and stopped. This obviously has not happened and he needs to be held accountable as to why.

I await your response.

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My complaint filed with the CBC Ombudsman over reporter Chris O’Neill-Yates’ personal smear

Jack Nagler

I’ve asked Editor-in-Chief of CBC News Brodie Fenlon to respond to Chris O’Neill-Yates tweet (where she calls me a troll, says I’m abusive and then tells me to “learn to read”) if that is acceptable behaviour from CBC employees.

I have no faith that Fenlon will respond as his past track record indicts so I would ask you to investigate.

Regardless of my on-going criticisms of the CBC, it is not acceptable for any CBC journalist to slander and smear anyone on social media as O’Neill Yates did.

I await your response.

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