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David Menzies and Andrew Chapados are in studio to host, providing an update on our coverage of the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, where apparently freedom is seen as a bad thing and a zero-carbon society as a good thing. Back in Canada, Justin Trudeau is participating in one of his new pastimes: hiding from protesters.
Let's read a report underlying a new article from the CBC. It's not a serious report. It's the Liberal party platform, re-written as a national security document. GUEST: Avi Yemini on the World Economic Forum in Davos.
In Episode No. 15 of Miss Understood, we react to Discovery+'s creepy new show called Generation Drag about “drag kids” and discuss the dangers of exposing kids to purely adult things. We also chat about healthy beauty standards in the wake of Jordan Peterson's controversial tweet about a recent Sports Illustrated cover featuring a plus-sized model.
Sheila Gunn Reid and Adam Soos are behind the mic after a long weekend, discussing our team's efforts to expose the elites at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, while back at home in Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was heckled by Indigenous protesters in Kamloops, British Columbia.
Friend of the show Manny Montenegrino returns for a feature interview about the Conservative leadership race, the Freedom Convoy and Justin Trudeau's treatment of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Rebel News is sending an all-star team of journalists from across the globe to Davos, Switzerland, to cover the World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting 2022. GUEST: Lord Conrad Black on the Conservative Party leadership race.
BlazeTV's resident cowboy Chad Prather (@WatchChad) returns to Andrew Says for some blunt truth and honesty. Chad and Andrew discuss the widely-talked about Sports Illustrated cover that features a rather non-athletic model, as well as the new United States Press Secretary who is being praised chiefly for her 'diversity'. Then, Prather explains his successful lawsuit against Facebook's censorious practices that saw him suspended just a week before he ran in a Texas election. The pair discuss CBC looking for trauma therapists for their journalists and ask, “Is being a journalist really that tough?!” On RebelNews+ exclusively, Prather gives his remarks on the 'Ultra MAGA' slogan that was rolled out by the Biden Administration after months of research by a left-wing firm.
And predictably, the movie PANDAMNED, by independent European filmmaker Marijn Poels, was immediately censored by Big Tech. The YouTube trailer for the movie was banned for violating the platform's terms of service for blaspheming against the infallible advice of local health authorities. The trailer and the movie are, however, available in full on Rumble. For the past two years, the world population has been under the spell of the coronavirus. Emergency regimes have been established, civil liberties have been dismantled, surveillance programs were being installed and an unprecedented global vaccination program has been rolled out. In PANDAMNED, Poels asks “are we doing the right thing, or did we make a deal with the devil in exchange for a benefit?” Through comprehensive interviews with critical and often censored voices from various areas of expertise, PANDAMNED tries to tell the whole story, not just the official, government and Big Tech-approved version of reality. Marijn Poels joins me tonight to discuss why he made PANDAMNED and how the public can stop the power grab the coronavirus enabled.
GUEST HOST: DAVID MENZIES The other day, I was thinking about one of my all-time favourite films. It's a bit sci-fi, and a whole lot of horror. I speak of the 1978 reboot of the 1956 film, Invasion of the Bodysnatchers. As the title implies, the film's plot revolves around the replacement of people. When the alien lifeforms take over a person, they look exactly like their former human selves. I was reminiscing about this fantastic albeit frightening flick because lately I've been pondering: who is responsible for the body-snatching of Premier Doug Ford? GUEST: Avi Yemini
I don't know who amongst you watched the livestream last night, Sheila Gunn Reid and myself co-anchored a four hour broadcast built around the Ontario provincial election and their leaders' debate. GUEST: Sheila Gunn Reid on the upcoming UCP leadership review of Jason Kenney.
In Episode No. 14 of Miss Understood, we discuss why we believe the world is currently a dumpster fire. From medical advancements that may allow biological males to carry babies to climate activists applying for medically assisted suicide, things are getting pretty weird here on planet Earth. Plus, Teen Vogue is encouraging young people to practice civil disobedience without civility. Lord help us.
David Menzies and Tamara Ugolini host after they were on the scene covering last night's Ontario leaders' debate, providing their reactions to the one and only faceoff between candidates. Also on the docket for the day, the CBC is seeking to hire trauma therapists for their journalists.
I saw this out of the blue. No vote in Parliament, not even a debate. GUEST: Spencer Fernando on Pierre Poilievre's lead in the Conservative Party of Canada's leadership race.
Sheila Gunn Reid and Adam Soos start this week off with a look at a judge ordering Alberta Chief Medical Officer of Health Deena Hinshaw's confidential answers to some questions during court to be released, while Adam shares his experience covering the duelling pro-life/pro-choice protests in the province.
Sheila Gunn Reid joins to discuss how the green movement is no longer about environmentalism and is more about Marxism. Plus, Kian Simone, one of the producers behind an upcoming Rebel News docuseries, The Great Reset, pops in for a conversation about what the World Economic Forum and it's chairman, Klaus Schwab, has in store for the world.
A crowd of people yelled at NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh in Peterborough, Ont. this week, and now the police are investigating this incident like it's a major crime. GUEST: Ben Weingarten
Alberta and Quebec join forces as Sheila Gunn Reid cohosts with Alexa Lavoie to provide reactions to last night's alleged debate between Conservative leadership candidates in Edmonton. Also on the docket, Quebec Premier Francois Legault says he wants to close the infamous Roxham Road crossing, and the federal government is formalizing plans to allow biological males to serve time in women's prisons.
The World Economic Forum's oligarchs are using the threat of climate change to increase their global power. And though the WEF claims to hold “moral and intellectual integrity is at the heart of everything it does”, many of the policies, and in particular, the ones related to greenhouse gas emissions reduction will result in untold human suffering, energy poverty and even death. The WEF laments the war in Ukraine as an inconvenient obstruction to a green energy transition and whines about the war causing an increase in carbon emissions. The WEF has “ambitious” initiatives to force the transportation, aviation and shipping industries to pursue net-zero emissions which will drive up the cost of consumer goods, travel and flights for the average person, leaving the skies and the seas only for the rich people to use. Climate change is a means to an end, and the goal is control. Joining me tonight to discuss the intersection of the WEF and the radical, anti-human agenda of the environmentalist movement is Michelle Stirling from Friends of Science.
Andrew Chapados and Lewis Brackpool discuss Western governments dishing out billions more in aid to Ukraine, while in Canada, Prime Minister Trudeau is blaming the pandemic and Russia for the sky-high cost of living, which leads to our final topic: are you ready to live in pod?
Monday to Friday enjoy the audio version of Ezra Levant's daily TV-style show, The Ezra Levant Show, where Ezra gives you his contrarian and conservative take on free speech, politics, and foreign policy through in-depth commentary and interviews. Tuesday evenings check out Miss Understood with Nat Biase and Kat Krozonouski the latest Rebel News show about pop culture and politics from a Christian-conservative perspective. Wednesday evenings you can listen to the audio version of The Gunn Show with Sheila Gunn Reid the Chief Reporter of Rebel News. Sheila brings a western sensibility to Canadian news. With one foot in the oil patch and one foot in agriculture, Sheila challenges mainstream media narratives and stands up for Albertans. Thursday nights catch Andrew Says with Andrew Chapados this show features notable guests from politics, entertainment and the news world. Join Andrew for an honest discussion on on-going world issues like public policy, censorship and freedom. Finally on Friday nights, catch the audio version of Rebel Roundup with David Menzies. David interviews three journalists about some of the most interesting stories they have been reporting on over the past week. If you want to watch the video versions of these podcasts, make sure to begin your free RebelNewsPlus trial by subscribing at http://www.RebelNewsPlus.com
In Episode No. 13 of Miss Understood, we discuss the controversy surrounding Kim Kardashian wearing an iconic Marilyn Monroe dress to this year's Met Gala and analyze whether the criticisms are warranted. Plus, Roe v. Wade might be overturned, and the left is losing it — so we examine some of the worst takes we have seen from the pro-abortion lobby, recommend some alternative birth control methods, and do a deep dive into the morality of abortion.
David Menzies and Sheila Gunn Reid return to discuss one of our favourite subjects: an MP behaving badly in the House of Commons. Also on the board for today is a poll showing that a majority of Canadians support the federal government's decision to regulate the internet, and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis made an official "Victims of Communism Day" in the Sunshine State.
Meett David Skok, the one journalist who is still publicly uncomfortable with taking the bailout, enough to pretend he's not actually who he has become. GUEST: Security expert T. Lee Humphrey on Justin Trudeau's Mother's Day trip to Ukraine.
Sheila Gunn Reid and Adam Soos kick the week off after Justin Trudeau made a surprise (and maskless) visit to Ukraine, while #BoycottTimHortons trends on Twitter thanks to a campaign from Rebel reporter Tamara Ugolini and we mark one year since the dramatic arrest of Pastor Artur Pawlowski by police in Calgary, Alberta.
GUEST HOST: DAVID MENZIES Did you catch the Conservative leadership debate last night? If you didn't, here's the post-game summary: judging by applause, the clearcut winner was surely Pierre Poilievre; judging by boos, jeers, and even downright derisive laughter, the definite loser was Jean Charest. No surprise there, really. But there was also a candidate who lost the debate due to default given that he was a no-show: that would be sneaky Patrick Brown, Brampton's full-time mayor and part-time Zamboni inspector. GUEST: National Post columnist Rupa Subramanya
Rebel News U.K. reporter Lewis Brackpool and Amala Ekpunobi , host of Unapologetic on PragerU, come together to talk about Elon Musk, student loans and vicious responses Amala has received for questioning a transgender TikTok content creator who claims he is a young girl. The pair discuss cancelling student debt with Andrew and the fallout of such a policy, and ask if Trump will return to Twitter. We also get a rare look at young Lewis Brackpool, when he was a self-professed “communist with fingerless gloves.” Join us behind the paywall for additional segments exclusive to RebelNews+ subscribers. Call 866-488-3814 or text REBEL to 65532 for an exclusive offer, or visit: https://offers.americanhartfordgold.com/andrew-says/ Get up to $1,500 of free silver on your first order delivered right to your door. American Hartford Gold has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and has a 5-star customer satisfaction rating on multiple review platforms like Trustpilot and Google. Additionally, the Inc 5000 named American Hartford Gold as #74 among the fastest-growing private financial services companies in the USA. American Hartford Gold is a proud multi-year sponsor of NASCAR and is the only precious metals company recommended by Bill O'Reilly.
GUEST HOST: Sheila Gunn Reid Rebel News has obtained an exclusive Heritage Department Access to information briefing note titled “Approaches for Online News Publisher Remuneration” which hints at never-ending media bailouts. “Does this do enough?” one bureaucrat wrote. GUEST: Franco Terrazzano from the Canadian Taxpayers Federation joins us to discuss the sneaky new raise for the unelected senate the Liberals have shoe-horned into the latest budget bill.
The environmentalist movement has been completely hijacked by the radical environmental left. Tom Harris from the International Climate Science Coalition Canada explains how this happened and why conservatives should stop this mission creep. Environmentalism is no longer about keeping nature clean and healthy, fighting particulates and cutting back on real pollution. Old fashioned conservationism has gone the way of tax grabs to change the weather. Plant food is now relabelled as carbon pollution. And conservatives are conceding all of this language and rebranding to the left without a fight. We often hear appeals from prominent politicians about Canadian oil being a lower carbon alternative than Venezuelan, but why is the notion that we should even care about carbon intensity even being conceded in the first place? Doesn't that just move the battleground closer to where we — as fossil fuel advocates — stand?
Yesterday was World Press Freedom Day. I noticed that most of the people talking about it were government. In fact, the media people don't really seem to care about freedom anymore — certainly not their own independence. I think they gave that up when they took Trudeau's bailout money. In fact, if anything, most of the mainstream media are positively hostile to the idea of press freedom. GUEST: Sheila Gunn Reid
Andrew Chapados and Lewis Brackpool host today's stream, as protests have broken out across the US following a leak from the Supreme Court, comedian Dave Chappelle was attacked on stage, and the EU continues to explore building its own armed forces.
It's not an abortion ban. I wonder how many people think there is one, or there will be, if this draft ruling is ever actually issued. GUEST: Civil liberties attorney Jenin Younes on the leaked draft.
In Episode No. 12 of Miss Understood, we cover a few topics such as Dylan, the trans-TikToker who is documenting their transition from male to female, Harry Styles and the alleged ambiguity around his sexuality, and the mob coming for Christian actor Chris Pratt (again). Plus, we discuss the unfortunate discovery that the COVID-19 vax may cause baldness — yikes!
The black bloc were in Montreal this weekend. Meanwhile, in Ottawa, there was a peaceful gathering of motorcyclists and veterans. GUEST: David Menzies was in Ottawa this weekend to cover the Rolling Thunder rally and counter-protests.
Sheila Gunn Reid and Adam Soos host on this Monday edition of the Rebel News DAILY Livestream. On today's show, Sheila and Adam touch on Prime Minister Trudeau taking another personal day just in time for the Rolling Thunder motorcycle rally to arrive in Ottawa, where another church was vandalized by left-wing extremists. Meanwhile, the Conservative Party's leadership contest has seen some candidates begin dropping out as the race starts to heat up ahead of summer.
Sheila Gunn Reid on her access to information requests concerning the National Microbiology Lab in Winnipeg; Alexa Lavoie on the number of illegal aliens heading into Canada through Roxham Road.
GUEST HOST: Sheila Gunn Reid Justin Trudeau's friend Craig Kielburger tried to nickel and dime the Canadian taxpayer during his time on the debates commission. Then GraceLife Pastor James Coates on his new book, God vs. Government.
Andrew Chapados and Yanky Pollak host as bikers begin descending on Ottawa for the Rolling Thunder rally. Also, former president Donald Trump made his much anticipated return to social media (you'll have to guess which platform), while Elon Musk used his social media to criticize far-left politicians and activists.
The Daily Caller's Chrissy Clark stopped by the Rebel News headquarters to chat about recent controversies including Elon Musk's very ubiquitously-triggering purchase of Twitter, her most recent investigations into diversity and inclusion in schools, and a clash she had with Florida's government.
Sheila Gunn Reid guest hosts this edition of The Ezra Levant Show, and looks at a revelation that the Canadian government used evidence that was "limited in quantity and quality" to base social distancing and mask mandates on. GUEST: New Rebel reporter Juan Mendoza Diaz
David Menzies and Sheila Gunn Reid are back behind the microphones as a new protest heads for Ottawa this weekend, the "Rolling Thunder" protest will see motorcycles converge on the nation's capital. In response, the police have called for 800 RCMP officers as reinforcement.
Cosmin Dzurdza, from True North, documents the culture wars where the battles are happening, covering stories the media ignores but normal Canadians care about. He joins me tonight to discuss his latest comprehensive reporting on all these stories.
A lot of industries and professions have lost a lot of trust in the past two years. I think the mainstream media has lost the most. GUEST: Maxime Bernier
Justin Trudeau is no stranger to corruption. But the RCMP, Canada's federal police, seriously considered charging the prime minister over his Aga Khan scandal. That was, until one cop pointed out he could just pardon himself. GUEST: Alexa Lavoie