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Canadian journalist abused and threatened for slamming Khalistanis, liberals and feminists maintain silence

Canadian journalist Candice Malcolm, who was amongst the first to break the story of Khalistani terrorist Jaspal Atwal being part of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s entourage during his visit to India, has claimed she is being harassed by pro-Khalistan activists on Twitter.

In a tweet posted by Malcolm where she talks about Canadian Sikhs dancing on bhangra beats in snow being her favourite thing on the Internet.

However, she claims she has been called ‘racist’ for calling out Trudeau and his soft stand against the Khalistanis.

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A Twitter handle @Nihang responded to Malcolm’s tweet where he likens Malcolm to a porn star and calls a video starring the said porn star his favourite thing on the Internet, ‘despite’ her offensive views.

Nihang, who is followed by Congress spokesperson Priyanka Chaturvedi, Associate Editor of Catch News Aditya Menon, who had earlier defamed the Indian Army by circulating pictures from Syria and opposed the suspension of abusive, murderous troll who celebrated the death of CRPF jawans, and other prominent self proclaimed ‘liberals’ and ‘journalists’.

Candice also claimed that she has been getting perverted and misogynist messages following her stand against Khalistani terrorists.

She claims that this is just the tip of the iceberg and she has been receiving many more such messages.

However, some Twitter users called him out for his offensive tweet.

However, most of the prominent ‘liberal’ and ‘feminist’ voices who follow him were silent.

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