I Called Out A Sun Columnist For Spreading A COVID-19 Conspiracy Theory, And She Did Not Take It Well - 2020-04-23

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F0.png I Called Out A Sun Columnist For Spreading A COVID-19 Conspiracy Theory, And She Did Not Take It Well April 23, 2020, Justin Ling, Canadaland

Malcolm wrote that, in January, she had taken to her podcast and "raised questions" about "the link between the new coronavirus and China's lone biosafety level-4 laboratory," but "as has become a sad sign of our times, agenda-driven journalists quickly attempted to discredit these questions.

"Canadian freelance writer Justin Ling wrote a post for Foreign Policy regurgitating Chinese propaganda that implied I and others were spreading misinformation and conspiracy theories by bringing up these questions."

The column, which ran across the country, is part of Malcolm's attempt to rewrite her own corner of history, to make herself look like the Nostradamus of the Sun. Judging by some of the emails in my inbox, people are buying it.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | first = Justin | last = Ling | title = I Called Out A Sun Columnist For Spreading A COVID-19 Conspiracy Theory, And She Did Not Take It Well | url = https://www.canadalandshow.com/candice-malcolm-coronavirus-conspiracy-theory/ | work = Canadaland | date = April 23, 2020 | accessdate = April 29, 2020 }}