Seems like I was right. We were indeed about to be treated to yet more ‘objective’ anti-Trump ‘investigative’ ‘journalism.’ Yes I know that’s a hell of a lot of inverted commas, but nowadays everything the BBC says has to be taken with a gigantic pinch of salt; hence the commas. Do forgive.
Far from being objective, the BBC and in particular Newsnight, are in fact virulently anti-Trump. Watching the late evening news and current affairs programmes these days is to experience hostility, extreme, naked hostility.
They don’t so much dislike Mr Trump, they loathe him with a passion that is actually quite disturbing, frightening even. Trumpophobia I guess you could call it.
As the Republican presidential candidate moves ever close to assuming the US presidency in November, the sheer intensity of the BBC’s hatred increases proportionately. Democracy – it’s a thought that seems to unduly disturb the cultural Marxists who dictate what is right or wrongthink at Broadcasting House.
Me? I’ll let the American people choose their president.
Last night the programme promised an expose of Trump’s business dealings. Yep, they’ve actually dropped even any pretence of objectivity or fairness now. This was going to be an expose. Not a balanced enquiry mind - an expose.
I laughed out loud when the programme’s BBC stooge suggested that Trump was a failed businessman. Let’s just say with $4 billion in the bank, I certainly wouldn’t mind being a failure. For evidence, he showed us a building that Trump had built, now closed.
Wow. So, business people take risks and some work, others don’t. Is this all they had? What about the countless jobs that Trump’s various endeavours have created? You might well ask.
Next, the BBC stooge tried to imply Trump had mafia links. I say ‘try’ because this was just about as desperate as it gets. Think nailing jelly to a wall and you’ll be close.
For once upon a time, in the distant past, Trump had bought some concrete from a shady character. The BBC acolyte declared that the concrete salesman had had links to the mob. At least that’s what he implied.
So next time you go down to your local DIY store, better do some background checks on the vendor. I mean he might seem like an ordinary type of chap, but you just never know: He might just spend his spare time making concrete slippers for Crime Inc.
In which case 20 years from now you might wake up to find a BBC puppet on your doorstep demanding to know why you didn’t carry out ‘appropriate background checks.’ You’ve been warned.
And so it went on.
Our BBC Witchfinder General turned up next interviewing Mr Trump back in 2013. As patronising and as sanctimonious as they come, the BBC pet was actually shaking with the certainty of his own moral superiority during this heavily edited ‘interview.’ His mission was simple: to antagonise the billionaire businessman as much as possible.
Eventually Trump snapped: “Are you thick?” he asked his persecutor. Have you ever lost your temper? Probably you have. I Know I have. I also know that if I was being bated by a pious little ideologue from the BBC, one intent on prosecuting his paymaster’s agenda, I might have done much worse than Trump.
Sure enough, the next day our BBC acolyte, in the best tradition of the cry-bully is tweeting how Trump called him ‘thick.’ Boo-hoo. Let’s hope he makes a full recovery in the fullness of time.
And so it went on and on. And on.
The highlight for me was when our BBC slave asked this immortal question:
“Is Donald Trump 100% clean?” What?
So let’s just get this straight. An organisation that knowingly harboured paedophiles such as the disgraced DJ Jimmy Savile and other predators, were actually claiming the moral high ground here? Really?
It just gets better – or should that be worse?
Not only did the BBC nurture this celebrity paedophile, happily turning a blind eye as young girls and boys were sexually assaulted with impunity, they let it go on for four decades!!
Donald Trump meanwhile bought some concrete once upon a time from a man whom the BBC say had links to the mob. I had to take a time out here. I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry.
Could anyone be this arrogant, this hypocritical?
Had our cry-bully BBC correspondent managed to unearth a paedophile ring operating out of Trump Towers similar to that which operated out of Broadcasting House then I might have raised an eye.
The Trump VT cut back to the Newsnight studio where their smugly Liberal attack horse Kirsty Wark was waiting to add her own pious censure. “That good guy Putin,” she quipped in what I think was supposed to be a Trump accent and reference to his pro-Putin comments.
Oh so sophisticated. Oh so very, very smug. That juicy BBC pension and all its perks is all but guaranteed.
They say people who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones, don’t they? If so then the band of Lefty-liberal Marxists who work at Broadcasting House ought to take extra care.
To be honest the corporation’s constant anti-Trump tirade is wearing a little thin. Does this metropolitan, tax-payer funded, pro-Marxist propaganda machine really think the average voter in Alabama or Massachusetts gives a stuff what they think?
The BBC isn't used to being irrelevant. They tend to take themselves very seriously in metroland. First time for everything.
Donald Trump may not be “100% clean” but I’ll bet good money that unlike Broadcasting House, Trump Towers has never been a safe haven for paedophiles.