How I Killed CTV’S “Canada AM”
The Mystery Exposed! You are reading the blog and blogger who – in the courts, and with scorching behind-the-scenes letters to its lawyers – cornered Canada’s Bell Media Inc. with incontrovertible evidence of CTV’s gross acts of journalistic malfeasance, and racist and fraudulent attacks on Canada’s First Nations art and artists, and caused it to suddenly – with less than one day’s notice, and without warning even its longtime hosts – kill CTV’s “Canada AM” flagship television show after 43 years…
Early Retirement for Jeff the Witless Sports & Weather Guy – Ritchie Sinclair, the Faux-nishinaabe fraudster and art terrorist at work on national television “with the help of his friends” at Bell Media’s “Canada AM.” Inconceivable as it may be to ordinary Canadians, this notorious cross-dressing Indian impostor/impersonator and fraud promoter, found eager, witless, and fully compliant enablers to promote his racist fraud on national television. Even though he had been judicially discredited by multiple judges. Despite this, CTV’s Canada AM producers promoted Sinclair, his fraud allegations, and his racist website as a good place for CTV viewers to get authentic information about Morrisseau art… My hounding of Bell Media over this unforgivably malicious and malfeasant broadcast – involving Jeff Hutcheson, Bev Thomson, and CTV’s “Canada AM” producers and editors – caused the Mother Corp to pull the plug on its flagship show, after I warned it would get well-deserved blow-back from its predictably very angry sponsors when I alerted them to what had gone on.
Below two art terrorists – a starving Faux-nishinaabe artist and a CTV Sports and Weather Guy, collaborate on CTV to denounce as a sure sign of a forged Morrisseau, the Morrisseau signature on “Wheel of Life,” previously authenticated – without a single caveat or reservation – by a forensic expert and two judges in court rulings as 100% genuine.
CTV weatherman and sports guy Jeff Hutcheson and Ritchie Sinclair tell millions of Canadians, on CTV’s Canada AM what to look for in a Morrisseau painting to tell if it’s a fake or not. In doing so, the conspiring duo are slanging literally thousands of genuine Morrisseau originals by a fraudulent standard they have dreamed up. Hundreds of Canadian Morrisseau collectors should sue Bell Media Inc. (CTV) for fraudulently devaluing their Morrisseau art collections. Human rights activists should sue Bell Media for launching, promoting, and perpetuating a hate crime against the art and artists of Canada’s Indigenous people in the worst act of cultural genocide and journalistic malfeasance in modern Canadian history.
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