March 10, 2022
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#761 Patrick Brown Settles For Less
Patrick Brown has had his name cleared - according to an anonymous source. And the media loves a good war story. Karen Geier co-hosts. 
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Patrick Brown has had his name cleared – according to an anonymous source. And the media loves a good war story. Karen Geier co-hosts.

Links:

  • CTV News piece re: Patrick Brown with update
  • National Post piece re: Patrick Brown
  • National Post piece re: GiveSendGo and Freedom Convoy fundraising
  • Haaretz piece re: Stephen Bandera
  • CBC piece re: Chrystia Freeland holding black-and-red scarf
  • Le Devoir piece re: Serhii Filimonov

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