Police have been called to a hate propaganda event held by the CBC and paid for by the taxpayers.
CBC marketplace used an actor to sell T-Shirts that said “white power” and “Make Canada Great Again” as an experiment to see how many Canadians are racist.
Nottawasaga OPP media relations officer Const. Harry Lawrenson confirmed the detachment put an end to the film shoot on Jan. 11 after receiving complaints from a couple of residents.
“When our officer arrived, (one complainant) went absolutely ballistic on these people,” he said. “So our officer determined it was a public disturbance and decided to shut it down.”
Lawrenson said selling T-shirts with the phrase “white power” isn’t illegal.
“While it’s hurtful to many people, it’s not crossing a line in terms of hate propaganda,” he said.
CBC used the event to test “The Trump Effect in Canada” and says there has been a 600 percent increase in online behaviour from Canadians because of Trump.
For myself, I wonder if it’s because of Justin Trudeau?
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