President Elect Donald Trump’s decision to appoint Stephen Shannon to the position of Chief Strategist has triggered the snowflakes in the BBC.

Mr Bannon stepped aside as executive chairman of Breitbart – a combative conservative site with an anti-establishment agenda that critics accuse of xenophobia and misogyny – to act as Mr Trump’s campaign chief.

The BBC are in full despair. Having done all they could to demonise Trump they now demonise all around him. Amusingly, they are now working on the premise that of ONLY Trump doesn’t do any of the things he promised he would do then all might be ok. What a pathetic bunch of sore losers they are, unhinged, unbalanced and out of time.

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16 Responses to TRIGGERED…

  1. Lobster says:

    I am going shopping shortly, so I hope that Sainsbury’s have got plenty of popcorn in stock!


    • Guest Who says:


      Don’t you know they are on HopeNoEconomy’s hate list if they don’t can all things Israeli, and stuff.

      Walkers and Pepsi OK, though, for some reason.


  2. Dave S says:

    It is probably the things that will not now happen in the US and the West which makes Trump so important.
    Just him being there will be enough .


  3. Spacemonkey says:

    Good advert for Breitbart. You just cannot buy publicity that good.


  4. Wild Bill says:

    I’m hoping former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani gets the job of attorney general for Trump, he has brought up the possibility of Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) charges against “Clinton incorporated,” and, according to a senior law enforcement official close to Giuliani, this is no joke.


  5. Mr.Golightly says:

    Spot the difference.

    “Meanwhile, the president-elect has chosen Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC), as his future chief of staff, and Stephen Bannon, the head of his campaign and of the far-right website Breitbart, as chief strategist.”

    “Meanwhile, the president-elect has chosen Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC), as his future chief of staff, and Stephen Bannon, the head of his campaign and of the right-wing website Breitbart, as chief strategist.”

    Both quotes are taken from the same BBC article first published late last night . With overnight editing Breitbart has gone from “far-right” to “right-wing”.

    The BBC appear to be struggling with the narrative on the appointment of Bannon and the nature of the Breitbart website.


    • Mr.Golightly says:

      In hindsight a screenshot of last night’s article would have been handy. However, here is my post at the end of the week-end thread posted at 00.40 hrs.

      Mr.Golightly November 14, 2016 at 12:40 am
      Here we have a nice illustration of how the BBC are losing the battle to control the narrative. In the above article Brietbart are described by the BBC as “conservative” and yet in another article published by the BBC on their website at the same time they say –

      “Meanwhile, the president-elect has chosen Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC), as his future chief of staff, and Stephen Bannon, the head of his campaign and of the far-right website Breitbart, as chief strategist.”

      What’s it to be BBC? Conservative or far-right?

      Vote 13 likes


  6. TPO says:

    The BBC are very fond of sticking labels on people whose views don’t chime with their liberal left tinted glasses. “Far right”, “right wing extremists” and “conservative” epithets abound like health warnings on fag packets (are we still allowed to say fag?).
    But, and it’s a very big but, there are always exceptions with the BBC.
    Now when did you ever hear the BBC describe Van Jones as a far left extremist or Bill Ayres as a terrorist? Both of these odious individuals are very pally with the failed president Obama and both are as extreme as you can get.

    Meanwhile, elsewhere over at Guido’s, which the BBC never tires of describing as a “right wing conservative” blog, they’ve come across the amazingly asinine Katty Kay telling NBC that British people didn’t really want to leave the EU and that a BBC poll has found that if a referendum was held today everyone would vote to change.
    As with everything else about this sham news organization, their polls have been consistent in producing bogus results.


  7. Guest Who says:

    It really is strange how people seem to think the BBC lives in an echo chamber…

    ‘In case you missed it…”

    Thanks to unique funding, whilst you can can tell the BBC to get lost, they still get paid.


    • Guest Who says:

      Just checked that HuffPo link.

      So interesting so far half a dozen people have liked it, about the same number have RT’d it and no one has commented.

      That BBC bubble is Huuuuuuuge!


  8. Dave S says:

    With each passing day the liberal MSM and most of our politicians show just how much they are floundering and just how lacking in substance the left is and has been for a long time.
    Two things I saw today. Malcolm Rifkind as petulant as a small child deprived of a sweet over Farage visiting Trump. Then Snow on his silly little news show trying so hard to smear Breitbart and Bannon as anti Semitic.
    Considering that Trump will be the best friend Israel has had for many a year this is absurd.
    The reality is that even the dimmest of them must know that the deplorables are back. Hopefully more deplorable than ever


  9. Alicia Sinclair says:

    I still need to be pinched every so often when I think of all our old friends like Coulter,Bannon popping up to give the BBC and Channel 4 the willies.
    Who next in this carnival of old friends? Murray?…Spencer?Geller?…Warner?
    A joyous revolving door at Trump Towers.
    Just as all the lefty liberal bean bag blockers are getting winkled off that pleasure cruiser of theirs-why did we let them hog it so long?
    Oh that Farage-Trump picture from inside the goldmine?…isn`t that BEAUTIFUL?
    And did ONE of us ever think we`d see THAT? These are the days of miracle and wonder.
    Bouncy Castle in need of repair here Justinia. End Of Party confirmed Milan December 5th 2016.


    • JohnW says:

      I`m waiting to see just how the BBC process Michelle Malkin. Female, Asian, right-wing and as sharp as a tack. She and Ann Coulter together are a formidable force.


  10. Guest Who says:

    Newsnight. It is what evenings were made for.


  11. So-Called BBC says:

    I did laugh whilst reading the piece about Trump’s cabinet. They try to give some dirt on each person.

    Can you imagine the so-called BBC doing the same with a new Labour shadow cabinet? This MP flipped their home twice in 2009, that MP enjoyed drug-fuelled romps with rent boys, the other MP was convicted of domestic violence, etc etc.

    Nope, neither can I!