Fake News Groupies


You couldn’t make it up.  Who does the BBC have as a guest presenter on the Today show today?

CNN’s chief international correspondent Christiane Amanpour was a guest presenter on the Today programme this morning.

So the Trump hating BBC brings on a journalist from the Trump hating CNN to interview an Obama wonk about Trump…

Jake Sullivan, former director of policy planning for Obama says we are in a new cold war with Russia on the cyber-front.

Naturally Trump didn’t get much praise, none at all in fact.  First of course we must understand that Russia definitely ‘bought’ Trump the election, then we must understand that Trump’s foreign policy is delusional and dangerous undoing all the good work Obama did…from his bunker…on the golf course.  The Obama that allowed Iran to keep on developing nuclear weapons whilst pretending they weren’t, the Obama who put in place the conditions for ISIS to flourish, for Assad to stay in power and for the Russians to rebuild their strength making the US follow on hopelessly in their wake as they defined the geopolitical narrative, the Obama who failed utterly on North Korea.

Just a little one-sided and biased, prejudiced, bigoted and wrong bit of fake news from the BBC.




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17 Responses to Fake News Groupies

  1. Fedup2 says:

    Since al beeb prides itself on balance and being hated by left and right – when will there be s guest presenter from Fox News??


  2. foxcote7822 says:

    Aye, ! And to cap it off, yours truly Hillary Clinton was the guest of honour on the Graham Norton show this evening. you certainly couldn’t make that up!


    • Scroblene says:

      A loser being ‘interviewed’ by a third-rate squealing actor (who was the weak link in Father Ted, and went downhill from then on), is the sort of prog that the BBBC love. It appeals to thickos.


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      I am sure Graham Norton went into great detail, asking her about Whitewater, the strange death of Vince Foster, the money she made “trading” cattle futures, Paula Jones, Juanita Broaddrick, Monica Lewinsky, Benghazi, the Russian uranium sale, corruption at the DNC and the murder of Seth Rich.

      Well, in a parallel universe, maybe.


  3. Richard Pinder says:

    Just received news about the BBC,s legal department. Apparently its bogged down with masses of work.

    (1) Legal action from Cliff Richard is due as soon as possible.
    (2) Legal action from Nigel Farage is imminent.
    (3) Legal action from OFCOM is due on Monday 20th November.
    (4) Legal action for a Judicial Review on BBC Brexit policy is imminent.
    (5) Legal action for a Judicial Review on BBC Climate Science policy is imminent.

    Apparently the rumours are that the BBC is holding back evidence of a massive increase in complains, caused by the BBC not reflecting the big pro-Brexit majority in its programs.

    Previously, They did say that the BBC would face its nemesis before Xmas, and Mensa members are encouraged by what the people at OFCOM have told them about what they intend to do in its legal action against the BBC.

    It looks like the BBC is holding back a huge pile of shit, caused by the BBC refusing to apologise for fake news stories about Russia, Trump, Sexual abuse, Project Fear, a Brexit hate crime incident, its climate science censorship policy and many other complaints.

    The problem for the BBC is that Lord Hall in his bunker, cannot and will never admit that the BBC has ever produced fake news. But I say this to Lord Hall, its not the Russians who are approaching the Bunker. That’s fake news.


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      I sincerely hope that Nigel Farage sues them for libel. What they did to him over the death of the Polish man was unforgiveable, and was virtually an invitation for someone to murder him in revenge.

      The BBC’s behaviour then was typical of the double standards of the Left. When Jo Cox was murdered, they were up in arms about the sinister Right wing forces attacking our democracy. But they were more than happy to paint a target on Nigel Farage’s back. It only takes one nutter, and the BBC would have had blood on its hands. They really see anyone who is not in the Left wing hive as a thought criminal who does not really deserve to live.

      I am not a lawyer, but it seems to me Nigel has a case, and I hope he sues the BBC and wins. He will join the list of right wing politicians they have libelled. It’s always the Right, because the BBC has no enemies on the Left.


    • In The Real World says:

      Although they have been trying to keep it covered up , it has emerged that the BBC is getting 1000 complaints every day.

      So , keep it up everyone , it is starting to get noticed .


      • Guest Who says:

        That ‘Piss off; we got it about right’ template they crank out must be getting tatty… er by the minute.

        Samira have a sulky editor on Newswatch at all this week?


      • Richard Pinder says:

        I seem to have been given more information than the Daily Mail.

        The precise number of complaints per year is 259,886, but this is more fake news from the BBC, because these are the figures from 2014/15. The figures for 2015/16 seem to have been cut short in January 2016, and no record of Editorial complaints has been released since then. According to my sources, post-Brexit complaints at the BBC are running an almost 100% increase on previous years. So that could mean complaints are currently running at over 2,000 per day.


  4. Amounderness Lad says:

    I’m used to the bBBC pushing out their particular biased viewpoint on News and Current Affairs programmes and on their constant biased slanting of their comedy shows, especially on the radio but they even caught me by surprise a few days ago.

    On Radio five in the middle of the night they have a phone-in programme where the public can ask questions concerning matters relating to science. No problem there and when I have heard it it’s been quite interesting. The person answering the questions has a Doctorate which I assume is in a science subject. (I haven’t heard it often enough to know the person’s name or which particular subject his qualifications are related to)

    The part which I refer to went as follows. A question was asked concerning, if I recall correctly, concerning the size of eyeballs to which the presenter commented that he was sure the more intelligent person next to him would be able to answer it. The Doctor replied to the effect he wasn’t at all intelligent only having an IQ of 102 I think it was. I know modern qualification has been massively dumbed down but even I don’t believe you can get a Doctorate with an IQ that low.

    The next bit, which makes me think that exchange had been previously arranged, went on to mock Trump and his claims about his level of IQ, something which was totally unconnected with anything which had been asked or answered on the programme.

    The bBBC really have reached the levels to which they are completely beyond redemption and will invent ways of introducing their blatantly biased propaganda into programmes where it is totally out of context and completely unrelated.


    • JimS says:

      That was probably Doctor Karl, the Australian that travels the world claiming to be ‘green’. He can do this because he gets paid so much media money that he has a house with a roof the size of the state of Victoria and it is covered in solar panels – well something like that!

      Certainly ‘climate change’ will get a plug every week. Most of the time the good doctor shows how skilled he is at waffling so hopefully we won’t remember the question.

      I can’t say for sure who was on because I heard the first words of the presenter and realised it wasn’t the usual Rhod Sharp but some thicko that short planks wouldn’t want to be seen with.


  5. Pounce says:

    Well worth a watch:


  6. Scroblene says:

    Excellent Pounce!

    One stude even admitted that they just go to the same old news outlets!


    • Fedup2 says:

      I used to listen to From Our Own Corespondent
      From being a kid up to recently .

      Now it has picked up the same kind of anti brexit multicultural undertone across its pieces . Today they were taking about teenage alleged refugees who spend all the time in bed .

      Nothing about whether they should be in that country – Sweden – or sent back . Apparently the cure is getting a passport . I was driving and listening and nearly crashed the Audi


      • Alicia Sinclair says:

        Agree Fedup2. That the BBC choose to smear ALL their previousy independent(ish) outlets with some anti Trump and anti Brexit kind of bacillus , makes them toxic and no longer trusted.
        Listen to Radio 3 now, hence a happier life.


  7. Guest Who says:

    Interesting mainly because Paul Mason ‘liked’ it. Usually he weighs in if he disagrees, so dark looks at the Xmas alumni party?