Vancouver news radio producer proudly admits participating in anti-Trump rally


CKNW is a major Vancouver news radio station so it caught my eye when it retweeted a very partisan post that also had its Twitter name included:


So I Googled the person, Chantal Choschizza who sent out the tweet:


And confronted her:


My jaw dropped, in all the years I’ve been tracking and commenting on the media I’ve never seen a journalist actually admit to participating in a partisan political event.

And to top it off:


Also admit her employer supports her political activism.


CBC columnist stating he might “Piss on the walls” of Trump Tower hotel


Dear Mr. Skoreyko:

I write to acknowledge receipt of your email. I will share your email with Jennifer McGuire, General Manager and Editor in Chief of CBC News so that she will be aware of your concern.

Esther Enkin


My complaint filed with the CBC Ombudsman Esther Enkin:

As the nation’s public broadcaster, the CBC has an obligation to screen its contributors for a minimum standard of decency and good taste before offering them access to this powerful and important forum. I believe the CBC failed this standard by permitting Sam Khanlari to author a column on the CBC News Opinion site on January 15, 2017.

A few days before Mr. Khanlari’s column (“Now more than ever, Canada must join the chorus of support for the Iran nuclear deal,” Jan. 15, 2017) was published, Mr. Khanlari posted a tweet speculating about staying “in the Trump Tower for one week” and “Piss [sic] on all the walls and smoke weed[.]” 

Mr. Khanlari’s tweet was not only in enormously bad taste, it significantly undermined his ability to offer credible, mature commentary on the incoming Trump administration, which his Jan. 15 column purported to offer. I believe the CBC failed to adequately screen Mr. Khanlari before offering him access to the CBC Opinion website, and have now embarrassed and harmed the public broadcaster by doing so.

I believe the CBC must issue an apology on behalf of Mr. Khanlri and remove him from posting on the CBC website.

Thank you
Dean Skoreyko

Media Party members drink and dance the night away alongside Trudeau’s top insiders


Beyond the garishness of Barack Obama’s bagman Bruce Heyman throwing his last soiree as the US Ambassador to Canada:

And if you can stomach it, here’s the link to a short video of them dancing to the 1984’s Footloose (see here) which is a perfect song for the whitest party in Ottawa, save for one servant:


What really caught my attention were the Media Party members in attendance such as the Star’s Susan Delacourt, Global’s Tom Clark and the National Post’s John Ivison:



It’s cool for journalists to rub elbows and party alongside those who they are supposed to be covering right? You know, like Trudeau’s top two people Gerald Butts and Katie Telford:



Journalistic ethics, whatevs.



National Post blatantly lies in order to protect Liberal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna


You’d be forgiven for believing a Liberal cabinet minister came to the rescue after a nasty bureaucrat went rogue trying to make a Conservative MP sign a gag order in order to be allowed to attend an UN climate change conference after reading this headline from Senior Reporter for the National Post, David Akin’s story:



And thinking that the CPC MP, Ed Fast was extremely ungrateful for Liberal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna’s efforts:


What the National Post headline writer and Akin just happen to omit was McKenna herself signed off on this gag order even though Akin had posted it in the online story version:


This is a perfect example how the Media Party protects their favoured politicians while pretending to do real investigative reporting.

I confronted Akin on Twitter about this lie but have yet to receive a reply. I will update if he responds and corrects this shameful journalism.


Trudeau taking selfies at mosque day after being a no-show for 9/11 anniversary

trudeau mosque

Last January when six Canadians were murdered by Islamic terrorists in Burkina Faso, the first public event Liberal PM Justin Trudeau did was at a mosque (see here) where he thought it fun to take selfies before talking about such a tragic event:

trudeau mosque selfie

And on Monday, the day after skipping-out on any ceremonies marking the 15th anniversary of 9/11 (see here), Trudeau visited another mosque where he once again took selfies:


And this is the same person who thought it was ok to take a selfie while entering the funeral proceedings of Conservative cabinet minister Jim Flaherty (see here):


You’ll never see the Media Party go after Trudeau for this blatant pandering to Muslim voters even when it’s tied to Islamic terrorism or his stunning narcissism.

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