BOMBSHELL: CBC News, Washington Post Harassing Donors Of GiveSendGo’s Illegally Hacked Freedom Convoy Database

(Patriot Insider) – Tyranny is tightening its grasp in Canada in the face of the resistance. Justin Trudeau’s government and media allies are doing everything they can to harass, intimidate and bully scores of protesters calling for an end to the COVID mandates.

Behind the trucker convoy, the Freedom Convoy, are thousands of Canadians pledging their support in various ways. One of the ways citizens are showing that they agree and support what the truckers are doing is by donating to them. So far, Christian crowdfunding site, GiveSendGo, has raked in $9.5 million in donations for the truckers.

While Canadians are giving millions to send the message that they’re sick of the tyranny, CBC News, Canada’s largest news network, is proving that the tyranny is going to be a lot harder to defeat than anyone ever thought.

CBC News is now engaging in the harassment of Freedom Convoy donors via an illegally hacked database from GiveSendGo.

Rebel News founder Ezra Levant reports that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s “state broadcaster” has been combing through the illegally hacked database of GiveSendGo donors, and emailing donors asking them to explain themselves.”

This kind of intimidating behavior is more akin to Nazi Germany’s propaganda tabloid Der Sturmer or Soviet Russia’s Pravda newspaper, Levant said.

“Trudeau’s state broadcaster is doxxing Trudeau’s political opponents. They’re teeing them up for financial punishments. This is not journalism, anymore than Der Sturmer or Pravda was journalism,” he added.

Trudeau is now using his propaganda outlet to do his dirty work after announcing as part of his invoking emergency powers the ability to seize financial assets from the bank accounts of Freedom Convoy supporters without a court order.

That means, if a Canadian citizen is found in the GiveSendGo database as a Freedom Convoy donor, they could be at risk of having their financial assets seized by the Trudeau regime.

Canadians aren’t taking this overreach lying down. Screenshots of emails from CBC News and other smaller Canadian media outlets have been circulating social media and confirm Levant’s reporting.

One email purportedly from CBC News reporter Guy Quenneville asks a Freedom Convoy donor to explain why he donated and how he felt about having his personal information leaked.

Another email from the Cornwall Standard-Freeholder asked a Canadian farmer to confirm if he was, in fact, on the Freedom Convoy donor list out of supposed concern for people using pseudo-names.

As if it isn’t bad enough that Canadian news outlets are harassing donors. It’s been reported that the Washington Post has also joined in on the doxxing efforts.

An email obtained by Saagar Enjeti on Wednesday shows a WaPo reporter asking a GiveSendGo donor “what motivated” him to donate $40 to the Freedom Convoy.

This is outright bullying. The leader of Canada’s New Blue Party of Ontario, Jim Karahalios, said he and other members of his party are being contacted by Canadians who say they “feel intimidated” by the media doxxing them over their decision to donate to the Freedom Convoy.

“The media like CBC & Post Media is contacting those who donated to @GiveSendGo fundraiser for the #TruckersForFreedom2022 & donors are contacting @newblueon saying they feel intimidated. Media should be concerned with the hack more than why people donated,” Karahalios tweeted Tuesday.

More than 92,000 donors on GiveSendGo were exposed by hackers earlier this week before the platform made the decision to temporarily disable its website to perform maintenance.

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