The Canadian Museum for Human Rights’ Twitter post about 215 “discovered” Indigenous children’s remains got fact checked by the social media company for making the false claim.
To date, no remains have been discovered.
The Museum’s post said “It has been two years since the remains of 215 children were discovered in unmarked graves at Kamloops Indian Residential School.”
The post attached a picture of dozens of pairs of children’s shoes, and a poster that read “Children should not be buried in school yards.”
Twitter subsequently attached a Community Notes fact-check on the post to provide relevant context.
“No human remains have so far been found at the KIRS site, but 215 soil disturbances were found. dorchesterreview.ca/blogs/news/in-…”
It added, “The RCMP has not been allowed to investigate, and Dr. Beaulieu stated that ground penetrating radar is not capable of determining if a disturbance is human remains.”
Last year, a National Post article noted the obvious: people have known about the unmarked gravesites for years, nothing new has been found, and the mainstream media artificially boosted the entire debacle.
Several churches in Canada were burned to the ground as a result of the still unverified claims.
The same Canadian Museum for Human Rights banned unvaccinated individuals from entering its premises during the COVID pandemic, saying the discrimination was “reasonable.”
“We have to be careful about equating a choice not to get vaccinated with these protected characteristics when looking at what can be considered discriminatory,” the CEO Isha Khan said at the time.
Last month in Parliament, an NDP member had a borderline psychotic episode, screaming at her fellow MPs to declare the “ongoing genocide” against Indigenous, trans women, and two-spirit people a “Canada wide emergency.”