Media Downplay Exit Of Globalist Angela Merkel For Trudeau’s Benefit, by Brad Salzberg

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Justin Trudeau and German Chancellor Angela Merkel share a joke at the NATO Summit in Warsaw (Janek Skarzynski/AFP/Getty Images)

Might the end of the Angela Merkel’s rule over Germany lend credence to the end of the Trudeau era?

by Brad Salzberg

December 9, 2021

If a news consumer wants to understand media bias in Canada, simply call up the website of the Globe and Mail, our nation’s most respected news outlet.

There one finds the same omission absent from the National Post. Ditto for the Toronto Star, including under their “World” tab. The same applies to CBC News.

We speak of the departure of Angela Merkel as Chancellor of Germany. All over the world media are at this moment heaping praise upon her shoulders. CNN, BBC and countless other are waxing philosophical regarding the 16-year period Ms. Merkel remained leader of Germany.

In no manner has legacy media in Canada followed suit. Does this not suggest that our press function as if contained within a monolithic media bubble?

Within her storied term as Chancellor, one item stood out as a defining factor:  admitting Middle Eastern refugees to her nation.

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