Protesters call out mainstream media at Celebration of Life​

Protesters gather weekly at Queen's Park, Toronto, to speak out against the COVID-19 lockdown and fearmongering
Share on twitter
Share on facebook
Share on digg
Share on pocket
Share on telegram
Share on reddit
Share on pinterest
Share on linkedin
Share on whatsapp
Share on stumbleupon
Share on twitter
Share on facebook
Share on digg
Share on pocket
Share on telegram
Share on reddit
Share on pinterest
Share on linkedin
Share on whatsapp
Share on stumbleupon

Protesters gather weekly at Queen’s Park, Toronto, to speak out against the COVID-19 lockdown and fearmongering surrounding the pandemic

 

On July 20, Toronto citizens opposing the lockdown procedures protested at Queen’s Park as a “Celebration of Life.” These weekly demonstrations against provincial lockdown procedures have been held in downtown Toronto since the end of April.

 

Debbie Deer speaks to impassioned picketers about their cause.

 

Subscribe to the INN24 YouTube channel for more coverage on Celebration of Life demonstrations.

Former news worker resigns from mainstream media

Kim once worked for a news outlet but left her post once she discovered the company was misinforming the public about COVID-19, she said. “Morally I couldn’t work for that,” she told INN24 correspondent Debbie Deer.

"It's all negative news. This needs to stop."

“There is a divide going on in the news,” Eva Milewski said about media coverage on social and health issues. Milewski spoke to Debbie Deer about her group, Parents Against the New Norm.

Olga wants Canada to "wake up"

Play Video

“If we’re silent today, tomorrow we’ll all be crying,” Olga told INN24 correspondent Debbie Deer. She is vocally opposed to online education and what she called “false COVID tests,” and speaks out against them at the protest.

Wiki Production Code: A0013

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Passion for the Truth. Compassion for People.

Facts, Logic and Reasoning guide our process

We strive to challenge our own bias through an open sourced platform.

We search for the inner connection between all people aiming to bridge divides.