Hamilton Spectator,

On behalf of the Canadian Nationalist Party, I am writing you today to demand you make necessary corrections in your recent publication ‘A look back at Hamilton Pride 2019 in photos‘ which contain knowingly fraudulent claims. These claims include pictures of random people who attended the Hamilton Pride Parade in 2019 and are alleged to have caused a disturbance.

In your article you make the claim that these people are members of our organization despite having no proof of this claim nor making any effort to verify this information with us whatsoever.

The people you have claimed are members of our organization in your article are, in fact, not members nor have they ever been. Additionally, wearing party merchandise does not necessarily mean that someone is a member of our organization either.

We maintain our organization has, to date, not incited violence at any public gathering. If you are interested in covering these events accurately, you may wish to do an article about how one of our candidates in the recent 43rd Federal Election was blind-side attacked around the same time, which sparked an altercation in the Toronto Eaton Center.

The Canadian Nationalist Party will continue to defend themselves against communist attacks in Toronto, Canada, and beyond.

The people you have claimed are members of our organization in your article are, in fact, not members nor have they ever been. Therefore, we demand you make the necessary changes within your article without delay, otherwise we may file civil litigation against your organization for knowingly publicizing fraudulent claims against us in an attempt to defame and libel our reputation.

Truly, this is an example of such poor journalism that even the Hamilton Spectator is held to higher standards.

Travis Patron
Canadian Nationalist Party Inc.
(306)700-2193

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Travis Patron

Leader of the Canadian Nationalist Party