Faith Goldy Suing Canadian TV Station After Refusal To Run Campaign Ads
Toronto mayoral candidate Faith Goldy held a press conference Tuesday morning to announce a lawsuit against a Canadian television station which refused to run her campaign ads.
“The purpose of the Press Conference is to announce and answer questions about a law suit against Bell Media, Inc. for an Order compelling them to broadcast Faith Goldy’s electoral advertisement,” the release for the press conference said. “The lawsuit is based on violation of Ms. Goldy’s constitutional right to freedom of expression during an election, breach of contract, and a violation of regulations made under the Broadcasting Act.”
Goldy, a “Canada First” candidate who has vowed to fight radical Islamic terror in Toronto, has already been shunned from debates and ignored by the press during her candidacy in an effort to silence her.
Over the past weekend, Goldy and Big League Politics contributor Laura Loomer were thrown out of the Islamic Society of North America’s conference in Toronto. The event was billed as being open to the public, and included such shady characters “resistance” leader Linda Sarsour and radical Brooklyn Imam Siraj Wahhaj.
Her most recent troubles stem from a deal that she had with CP24, a television station owned by Bell Media, that agreed to run her political ads before hastily pulling out of the contract. Goldy explains the full situation in a video here.
WATCH the press conference here: