This is one of those things you can prove to yourself.
CBC as state mandated media, on most of it’s enemy propaganda videos know that the comments will torpedo any messaging they attempt to force on us . So they usually disable comments under their videos, especially when it comes to Islamic misbehaviour or anything involving non-white people being anti-social. This of course is repugnant for a state broadcaster, to make their messaging only one way, and forbid the people who are forced to pay the 1.X billion a year to float them, from presenting a counter-point of view.
But CTV has gone a step farther. And as CTV almost certainly is a recipient of Trudeau’s 600M$ a year media fund, they qualify as a state broadcaster by any rational metric.
To understand what CTV does, go to this video, and leave a comment.
Yours will appear to be the only comment there. But no one else can see it. You can prove this by opening a new private window or incognito window on your browser, which is not logged in to Google or Youtube and go to the same video. You will not see your comment.
This is an example of what I call, “Judo propaganda” and is the same thing Facebook and Twitter does. They allow people to exhaust themselves or spend time and energy to be part of what they think is a public conversation, but really isn’t. And it is more dishonest than the odious CBC, because at least when CBC says openly that no comments are allowed, you can post what you think somewhere else. Like a comment here for example.
But in this case, you are led to believe you left a comment, and in actuality, you did not. So you won’t bother to make your thoughts known elsewhere as you think you already did at Youtube.
Try it! You won’t like it.
The direct link to the Youtube video is here, for those that don’t know how to click through to Youtube.
And do leave a comment about the video above here in the comments.
Meanwhile, on the actual subject, a Conservative MP on the AZ injection: