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More falsehoods about the convoy are now being retracted

Toronto Sun: 'The first was the absurd allegation that somehow Russians were behind the scenes pulling the convoy’s strings in an effort to destabilize the Canadian government.

'On the Jan. 28 edition of CBC’s Power and Politics, host Nil Koksal asserted, “there is concern that Russian actors could be continuing to fuel things as this protest grows or perhaps even instigating it from the outside.”

'There was no Russian involvement, nor, as it turned out, any involvement by any other foreign power. Financial investigators couldn’t find a conspiracy by white supremacists, either – another of the Trudeau government’s biased allegations that the CBC swallowed whole.

'A second CBC news story, that was corrected this week, involved allegations made by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and by Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, that the convoy could only have raised all the money it did (nearly $10 million, twice, on two different crowdfunding platforms), as quickly as it did, if powerful international interests were funnelling in large sums.'

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