A CBC building in Toronto was covered with stories from COVID vaccine injured Canadians, including some who allegedly died from the experimental shots.
On Monday, photos surfaced online of the CBC’s building plastered with over one hundred pieces of paper, each representing a different alleged COVID vaccine injury.
“BREAKING: @CBCToronto building plastered with profiles of hundreds of suspected Covid-19 ‘vaccine’ injuries and deaths early this morning, targeted for their role in promoting, causing and suppressing an unprecedented and indisputable number of adverse events,” tweeted Bright Light News.
CBC has received criticism for only showing one side of the vaccine story, while ignoring or discrediting anyone who challenged the “safe and effective” narrative.
Last year, On the Trish Wood podcast, former CBC reporter Marianne Klowak said the network lost its journalistic integrity in June 2021, when COVID vaccines became widely available and mandates were on the horizon.
While working for CBC, Klowak said she “tried to push through a number of stories that were censored or cancelled.”
“We were no longer committed to truth and honesty,” Klowak said.
Klowak described how she wanted to show both sides of the vaccine debate and let viewers decide for themselves. At the time, she was finding concerning data coming out of Israel — a country where vaccines were available months before most others like Canada — and thought it was newsworthy.
CBC disagreed, so she quit.
Last week, the Canadian government finally admitted the experimental COVID vaccine that it coerced into Canadians with economic ruin has killed at least four Canadians.
As of January, over 10,000 Canadians have suffered what Health Canada determined was a serious vaccine injury.