CBC gives Suzuki air-time to shill for Liberal leader wannabe


The question of whether a CBC employee such as David Suzuki should be openly campaigning for Liberal leadership candidate Joyce Murray is something that hasn’t been answered yet but that didn’t stop Evan Solomon from having Suzuki on as a guest. (see here)

Should Canadian taxdollars be paying for blatant partisanship politicking?


14 Responses to “CBC gives Suzuki air-time to shill for Liberal leader wannabe”

  1. Liz J Says:

    Murray hasn’t much going for her to begin with, having Spooky Suzuki shilling for her is the icing on the cake.
    It’s about time they all get a grip and realize they cannot bet the Trudeau heir apparent to the Liberal throne, they’re just playing bit parts in the ongoing Liberal circus.

  2. Tim Says:

    This is the result of too many years of Liberal garbage dump government and the steaming-pile Liberal bureaucracy they created. Are new
    laws going to have to be drafted to remove the protected corrupt lefties who allow this crap?

  3. Martin Says:

    Increasingly it is difficult to tell where the opposition ends and CBC begins.
    In one evening we have Solomon fawning all over Suzuki, allowing Cash to explain himself without any other MP feedback, and finally treating Kelly Leitch with rude, belligerent disruptive gestures, (as observed by jon).
    The Suzuki piece was particularly sickening, probably does Murray more harm than good.

    • Jen Says:

      Evans is not allow to question the COALITION PARTIES which includes GPP Elizabeth May so he takes out his frustration on the CPC to ‘ save face’.
      The first place Socialists control is the media, when that is done everything else comes easy. CPC are just a Punching Bag for the media to hit around since they (media) can’t with their own kind.

  4. Pissedoff Says:

    What I want know is why Harper is cutting defence spending and not the CBC bill.


  5. Splendor Sine Occasu Says:

    Surprising, considering she was Gordon Campbell’s first minister of resource exploitation…I mean environment.

    She was an abysmal cabinet minister.

  6. Brian Mouland Says:

    Joyce is doomed!

  7. old white guy Says:

    the answer to you question is NO.

  8. E Mac Says:

    Joyce – She aint going nowhere, Suzuki or not!

  9. Liz J Says:

    OT, but wouldn’t it help fix the political mess in BC if the real Conservatives would get their act together instead of backing a party calling themselves Liberal and attracting Conservatives because real Conservatives can’t organize themselves.

  10. Jen Says:

    Remember Elizabeth May going to Washington about Keystone XL PIPELINE . Well here is the transcript to an interview:

    A Chat with Green Party MP Elizabeth May: Canadians Do Not Want Keystone XL

    Vincent Schilling
    February 25, 2013


    One question that was not asked ” How will your country canada fair without incoming revenues from the oilsands to markets if you had your way to shut down the XL pipelines? You country economy comes from the oilsands revenues.

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