All Trump would have to do is express a preference for Vodka for the BBC to accuse him of being in the Russian’s pocket. Meanwhile, other news outlets report this but the BBC doesn’t seem much interested. Does not fit into the narrative you see…

Hillary Clinton’s team members met with the Russian ambassador during the election as well as Donald Trump’s, the Kremlin spokesman has alleged, as he set out to dismiss the “hysteria” surrounding Mr Trump’s links to Russia.

Can’t wait for the BBCA to blast this into their headlines……

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9 Responses to NO NEWS ALERT..

  1. nofanofpoliticians says:

    “It is alleged…” er no, it is fact! He said it. Otherwise it wouldn’t be in the news. Sometimes it seems journos are too concerned about using the “alleged” word..

    Here is the link to the Hillary Clinton team and the Russians…


  2. All Lives Matter says:

    The media and the establishment have been cosy with Russia for decades. it’s only been since Trump embarrassed them that they’ve shown any concerns.

    Russia is not an imminent threat, but even if it is, the fact that Trump would attempt to mend fences with them directly contradicts the narrative of him being trigger-happy and impulsive, yet he gets attacked for this as well. Seems he can’t win whatever he does.

    Funny also how these same journos often (and in my opinion correctly) defend Neville Chamberlain for appeasing Hitler in the short term while Britain bolstered its post-WWI military, but seem to forget that Trump has been tasked with repairing a nation crippled with debt, divided by the left’s identity-baiting, and coming off the back of two long wars initiated by the Bushes as well as several other large scale conflicts overseen by Obama.

    Trump is obviously a flawed man, but it would be nice if his critics could focus on one flaw at a time, instead of simply acting as bitter, nihilistic contrarians. He’s doing a damn good job given the mess he entered, and the ever-increasing approval ratings show it.

    Not that the BBC concerns itself with what people think, least of all license fee payers.


  3. Guest Who says:

    Speaking of no news, the BBC will really need that special lens for this one:


    • Restroom Mole says:


      Even with Flabbot in the area that’s even smaller than the Donald’s inauguration crowd.


      • Guest Who says:

        Maybe the BBC fact checking unit will need to adopt new measurement techniques, such as footprint or shade coverage?


  4. TrueToo says:

    As part of the treacherous Clintons’ self-enrichment programme, they did a deal with Russia that gave that US enemy control over a large percentage of US uranium.

    And the treacherous US media, with the exception of Fox News and a few others, will not report that relevant fact, scheming to divert attention from it by pumping out innuendo and fake news about Trump’s alleged connections to Russia.


  5. Spacemonkey says:

    Not much BBC attention to the latest wikileaks dump of documents regarding the CIAs cyber warfare capability, AKA Vault 7.

    Highlights so far;
    The Obama administration spent $100bn on cyber warfare weapons which the CIA lost control of and are now floating round in cyberspace free for anyone to use.

    The CIAs Umbrage program allows CIA hackers to attack any website, e-mail account or company database while making it look like an attack by a foreign actor.

    The CIA has worked with software developers including Microsoft to provide “back doors” into their programs and operating systems thus allowing the CIA to have access to millions of networked devices all over the planet. Yes, that includes your computer too.

    The CIA has the capacity to turn on the microphone on any smart phone even if it is turned off. They also have access to smart TVs, in fact any device connected to the internet. They even have access to a cars engine and brake management systems, very useful if they want to bump somebody off.

    Now more than ever the following is true;


  6. Guest Who says:

    Speaking of no news…

    Given how the outcome of this has really panned out, how the BBC covers the story, or chooses not to now, will be interesting.