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Canadian media whines about #TrudeauMustGo hashtag—the internet responds with new hashtag

For nearly a full day, #TrudeauMustGo trended across Twitter, as a number of disgruntled Canadians voiced their opinions on Canada’s prime minister.

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Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal, QC

Yesterday, a number of mainstream news outlets decided to dismiss the opinions of a number of Canadians.

For nearly a full day, #TrudeauMustGo trended across Twitter, as a number of disgruntled Canadians voiced their opinions on Canada’s prime minister.

But to ensure that the narrative was still under control, the mainstream media decided to discredit these tweets, calling them bots.

While it is verifiably true that new Twitter accounts had been created that participated in the hashtag, a number of Canadians were upset that their legitimate concerns were being dismissed.

That’s when the hashtag #NotaBot became a thing.

To rub it in the nose of those who don’t want to believe that our country is fed up with Justin Trudeau, few were shy to let it be clear that they not robots.

The hashtag is building a head of steam and doesn’t seem to be going away any time soon.

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