BC bias on full display in coverage of Freedom Convoy protests & anti-Coastal-GasLink terrorism
National Post: Fr. Raymond J. de Souza: '...After three weeks of lamentations about blocked roads, blaring air horns and bouncy castles in broad daylight, what would the national broadcaster have to say about broken bulldozers, barricaded workers and barriers set for police, all done under the cover of night? Nothing.
'All day Thursday passed without the story making the CBC’s national website. Late Thursday night, a B.C. bureau story went up, but until late Friday morning, the main CBC news site completely ignored the story. When it finally posted a story about the attack, the quotation marks were back: “acts of violence” were said to have taken place.
'You might think that given the remoteness of the area, in contrast to the proximity of the trucker convoy to the organic salad bars where CBC producers lobby government ministers for a bigger grant, it was difficult to get the story. Not so, as the National Post had the story within hours....'