I Called Out A Sun Columnist For Spreading A COVID-19 Conspiracy Theory, And She Did Not Take It Well
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I Called Out A Sun Columnist For Spreading A COVID-19 Conspiracy Theory, And She Did Not Take It Well
Turns out I'm both "fake news" and a propagandist for China's Communist government

Saturday began as a day like any other for me: I woke up, poured myself a pot of coffee, and opened up Twitter to discover that I was a propagandist for the Chinese Communist government.

It turned out that Toronto Sun scribe Candice Malcolm’s weekly column was, in part, about me.

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