'We believe 10 to 15 percent of Canadians are consuming far-right content and believe in one or more far-right conspiracytheories,' the so-called Canadian Anti-Hate Network wrote in a submission to Canada’s House of Commons finance committee.
'I’m not a conspiracytheorist,' said former Capitol chief of police Steven Sund to Tucker Carlson in the until-now unaired interview, 'but when you look at the information... it sounds like they were hiding the intelligence.'
Foreign Affairs Minister Melanie Joly reportedly said that 'the other aspect of the question is more about knowing how we as a democracy are able to thwart the growth of the far right in our country, because it’s happening in the United States, it’s happening in Europe.'
'You will own nothing and be happy because everything you own will be on a network controlled by the Central Bank, where the government can turn off your ownership at any time. Brought to you, as so often, by Bill Gates.'
Military Times, NPR, The Guardian, The Washington Post and CNN attempted to taint the movie, but an email from the U.S. military encouraged personnel and their families to see the film in nearby theaters.