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STONEWALL, Manitoba, November 12, 2019 ( LifeSiteNews ) — A Rebel News report from the town of Stonewall sheds light on the alleged “fake news” rainbow poppy controversy that blew up on social media just days before Remembrance Day. It began when Cyara Bird, a Conservative Party candidate in the recent federal election, tweeted November 6 that her 17-year-old cousin, Natalie Salisbury, had been suspended for “hate speech” after protesting the suggestion to wear a rainbow poppy. LifeSiteNews reported the story November 7 after the Post Millennial carried an exclusive interview with Salisbury. But Bird retracted her statement on November 8 and apologized, saying her tweet was “ill-informed,” that “more information has come to light,” and that she “was wrong.” My statement and apology regarding the misinformation surrounding the use of rainbow poppies. pic.twitter.com/ocPqgB1ChW — Cyara Bird (@CyaraBird) November […]

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