Rebel Media cofounder Brian Lilley explains decision to quit - 2017-08-15

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F0.png Rebel Media cofounder Brian Lilley explains decision to quit August 15, 2017, Simon Little, Global News

One of the co-founders of right-wing opinion and news website Rebel Media says he's quitting the organization.

Well known conservative commentator Brian Lilley made the decision in the wake of racist violence in Charlottesville Va., and growing criticism of Rebel Media for its association with the so-called "alt-right."

Lilley, who spent years with the Sun News network before it folded and currently hosts a talk radio show on CFRA in Ottawa, joined guest host Drex on The Jon McComb Show to explain his decision.

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{{cite news | first = Simon | last = Little | title = Rebel Media cofounder Brian Lilley explains decision to quit | url = https://globalnews.ca/news/3672577/rebel-media-cofounder-brian-lilley-explains-decision-to-quit/ | work = Global News | date = August 15, 2017 | accessdate = July 26, 2019 }}