Jan. 16, 2019
The media narrative around the Danforth shooter took another big hit after the search warrant for Faisal Hussain’s room was unsealed.
It turns out that the police uncovered a cache of automatic weapons ammunition and two fully loaded AK-47 clips.
Remember when we were all supposed to believe that this was just a random outburst from a depressed loner?
That’s what the “family” statement told us. And when we found out that this highly contrived statement of legal speak was in fact not the product of two immigrants with poor English skills, but instead Muhammed Hashim? Hashim is a professional activist who has reportedly committed himself to “framing a new narrative of Muslims in Canada” and creating a “national political movement.” Apparently the media expected us to believe that he was just a family friend.
More questions arise when we learned that court documents revealed the discovery of two separate cash receipts. — $1,000 and $8,300 — for “Mosque fund, membership fee, transfer, pillars and forms fees” to the Abad Co-operative Housing Society in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. These surely could have been innocent charitable donations, but under the circumstances, it’s right to be scrutinous.
This is were the deception should have ended but not in the case of Canada’s mainstream media.