Only female and white candidate gets deplatformed from Breakfast Television appearance in Burnaby South byelection

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by Cosmin Dzsurdzsa

The Post Millenial

February 21, 2019

PPC candidate Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson was excluded from a Thursday appearance on Breakfast Television Vancouver.

The television show featured Jagmeet Singh (NDP), Jay Shin (CPC), and Richard Lee (LPC). According to the program the organizers only invited members from parties that have “official status” in parliament.

Breakfast Television Vancouver

@BT_Vancouver

What are your questions for the candidates in the Burnaby South by-election?

We hold a studio Q&A and debate at 8:30am Thursday with New Democrat @theJagmeetSingh, Conservative @jayshin2019 and Liberal @Richard_T_Lee.

Thanks for your interest. There are six candidates running in the by-election for Burnaby South. We invited candidates running for parties with official status in the House of Commons.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Get used to it. The corporate media is not going to the People’s Party any favours. Bernier needs to take a page from Trump and use twitter to get the word out.

  2. My question, was this decison made locally or was it a directive from Toronto? Is this in response to Rogers getting their cut of the $595 Million. Lets see what else these tv executives will be depraving us citizens of the truthful information we all expect and DEMAND!

  3. In fairness, the PPC is merely Max’s dream right now with him being the only member after he was elected under the PC banner. This means the PPC is on the same scale as the other minor parties who were not invited to the show; the existing parties that were invited have members throughout the country.

    PPC candidates have to realize they are not much better than an independent candidate on the ballot on the political food chain.

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