Poilievre continues to trigger the media


by Kivi



Poilievre Derangement Syndrome is running at an all-time high!

This week, multiple legacy media outlets claimed Canadians were scared of Conservative leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre because former prime minister Stephen Harper endorsed the Carleton MP to become leader. Andrew Lawton and Harrison Faulkner discuss why these reports and polls can’t be trusted.

Plus, a Globe and Mail columnist says the World Economic Forum’s claim that “you will own nothing and be happy” is apparently “misinformation.”

And the Toronto Star runs a Facebook ad, claiming they are a “trusted news source” and gets absolutely roasted by Canadians.

Tune into this week’s edition of Fake News Friday with Andrew Lawton and Harrison Faulkner!


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