SPYING ON CITIZENS: Trudeau pays US defence contractors to spy on Rebel News

Sheesh, Canadian designing the ObamaCare website (laughable) and now Turdeau getting US Companies to spy on Canadian news sites. Well…clown world abounds.
“The U.S. Navy teamed up with defence contractors at the University of Arkansas and the Canadian Special Operations Forces Command under Prime Minister Trudeau’s defence minister Harjit Sajjan, commissioning a report to spy on Rebel News. Ezra Levant explains their operation.”

You don’t have to watch the video, the transcript is up. It takes about 5 minutes to read rather then sitting through the 28 minutes. This is insane! I’m surprised the Turd didn’t hire a CCP company to spy on us…er wait…who knows, maybe they did as well.

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“So here’s how it worked:

The U.S. Navy funded the University of Arkansas, in Little Rock, to use a program called “Spy on Web,” to do a work-up on Rebel News. And they produced this report, called the Canada Elections Cyber Forensics Analysis, October 10, 2019. Which is quite something, given that the election wasn’t actually until 11 days later. But as you’ll soon see, they knew what they were going to write before they did their “research.”

It’s very very creepy to be spied on by the U.S. Navy. It probably isn’t against the law for the U.S. government to spy on me — I’m not an American citizen. I’m one of the most pro-American, pro-NATO journalists in Canada. Which is probably why Navy intelligence hates me.

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But what about the Canadian Armed Forces? I’m a Canadian citizen, and I have the right to be free of warrantless searches and seizures. The Canadian Armed Forces have a mandate to fight Canada’s enemies — not spy on Canada’s journalists.

So why did Harjit Sajjan then take this study — and fund these Arkansas spies and have them publish it in Canada.”




h/t Lance


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