The BBC drop to new depths as they broadcast FAKE NEWS PROPAGANDA to the UK. Cummings never broke rules which the BBC claim. This negative coverage of one man may make the BBC feel good but the reaction from the public states other wise. The BBC needs its funding stripped and then we can see how many want to buy into their FAKE NEWS.
Here’s what the presenter said: “Good evening. Dominic Cummings broke the rules. The country can see that and its shocked the government cannot.
“The longer Ministers and the Prime Minister tell us he worked within them, the more angry the response to this scandal is likely to be.
“He was the man remember who always got the public mood, who tagged the lazy label of ‘elite’ on those who disagreed. He should understand that public mood now: one of fury, contempt and anguish.
“He made those who struggled to keep to the rules feel like fools and he’s allowed many more to assume they can now flout them.
“The Prime Minister knows all this but despite the resignation of one Minister and growing unease from his backbenchers, dramatic early warning from the polls and a deep national disquiet, Boris Johnson has chosen to ignore it.
“Tonight we consider what this blind loyalty tells us about the workings of Number 10.
“We do not expect to be joined by a government Minister but that won’t stop us asking the questions.”
Below is the video in question and the Twitter reaction that followed.
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Emily Maitlis telling #Newsnight audience Dom Cummings broke the rules. No he didn’t. That’s her opinion which we don’t want to hear quite frankly on the BBC. No wonder Govt isn’t sending any ministers on! 😴💤💤 #COVID19 #Brexit @Conservatives pic.twitter.com/mX5TyMy6ji— UxbEconomist07 #StayAlert (@UxbEconomist07) May 26, 2020
I’m sorry but this is TOTALLY unacceptable from @maitlis, Newsnight and the BBC. The BBC is REQUIRED to be impartial. This is a clear breach of their own rules. Commentators (including me) can give their own opinions, BBC presenters cannot. https://t.co/OVYbsrnBlF— Julia Hartley-Brewer (@JuliaHB1) May 27, 2020