Why is the U.S. Spying on a Canadian News Company?


Canada's Trudeau government under defence minister Harjit Sajjan, commissioned a report to spy on Rebel News back in October 2020. Rebel News is a Canadian company who's mission is to report on "the other side of the story", the stories not covered by the mainstream media. But the Trudeau government didn't use a Canadian organization to do their dirty work. They used American institutions. Why? Why did they turn to the US to do this and why did the US go along with the dirty deed?

Let's be clear. Spying on a media company is unconstitutional in both Canada and the US. It is also dark and dangerous and an assault on freedom.

Rebecca Goolsby, Ph.D, "Cyber-anthropolgiest, reasearcher, innovative research leader" was spearheading the project. She has worked for the US Navy for 20 years. She has commissioned a University of Arkansas contractor, Nital Agarwal, to investigate.

The Group is called "the Collaboratorium for Social Media and Online Behavioral Studies (COSMOS) University of Arkansas at Little Rock. (Cute acronym.)

Why are US entities collaborating with a Canadian government political hit job on the media? It shows the brazen depth of depravity in the deep state, in both countries. One liberal hand washes the other. It would be funny if it weren't so serious. It shows the cross-border corruption of the government class regardless of country.

The people doing this are out of control. Everyone on both sides of the border should be wary of what's going on.

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