February 9, 2017
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#106 How To Exploit A Massacre
Rebel Media's at it again, this time  seizing on the initial narrative about the Quebec massacre's alleged 'second shooter' like a dog humping its favourite plush toy and refusing to let go.
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
Russell Gragg
Producer

Rebel Media’s at it again, this time  seizing on the initial narrative about the Quebec massacre’s alleged ‘second shooter’ like a dog humping its favourite plush toy and refusing to let go.

Also, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s oft-repeated pledge to take in more refugees in light of President Trump’s temporary ban on travelers from seven predominantly-Muslim countries? Great media spin, but the government’s policies haven’t changed.

Freelance writer Omar Mouallem joins us.

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