CBC Claims Killing Someone And Feeding The Body To Dogs Is More Peace Loving Than Trump

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As you all may know CBC is Canada’s state media and funded by the taxpayers at a staggering $1.6 billion over five years.

That’s why they run without ads, but that also means they must publish biased information to benefit the Liberal party, the Liberals approved the funding.

The headline CBC published this morning is “Trump, not Canadian auto industry, may be the threat to U.S. national security: Don Pittis”

And the first paragraph was this “Things have officially become very frightening when the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un, sounds more reasonable and peace-loving than the president of the United States.”

There no real context here when you try and justify that Kim Jong Un is more peace-loving than President Donald Trump.

Kim had his uncle killed and fed to dogs. According to unverified reports, but CBC failed to mention that.

 

Via USATODAY

If an unconfirmed newspaper report is to be believed, by stripping him naked, throwing him in a cage, and feeding him alive to 120 hungry hounds. NBC News picks up Hong Kong-based paper Wen Wei Po’s account of how Kim Jong Un did away with his uncle, Jang Song Thaek, last month.

Its report claims Jang and his five closest aides were set upon by a pack of hunting dogs that hadn’t eaten in days as Kim and his brother, flanked by 300 officials, watched; the report hasn’t been verified.

CBC continues to brainwash their viewers and should be de-funded. Please share this message.