The Briefing – Biased BBC’s ‘Me Too, Pinko’ Show!

I had the misfortune to be tuned to BBC International this lunchtime, whilst sitting out sun-bathing in my front yard.



The show, The Briefing, is presumably promoted as discussion of news, and the topic was gun control etc.

I hadn’t planed to post on the recent tragic event, though was tempted, after learning how CNN had rigged the questions –Shooting survivor claims CNN scripted town hall meeting | New York – at their ‘town hall’ lynch mob session.

That smarmy hack Tapper is wearisome enough to observe at the best of times.

Trump Adviser Stephen Miller Destroys CNN’s Jake Tapper;

However, I was outdoors and had come in to make another coffee when the host, David Eades, was interviewing the guest, Priya Lakhani, an establishment pin-up who got an OBE during the Cameron years …


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..who opined that President Trump’s suggestion of equipping properly trained teachers with handguns to prevent future attacks was…

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Cue for David Eades, or anyone purporting to be an impartial host interested in fair reporting, to –

A – ask another guest with a different view to counter the glib bint…


B –  challenge Pinko Priya’s opinion, with the arguments that a critic might put forward.

Needless to say, the BBC, tho’ well aware of Pinko Priya’s politics… ( – read this -it’s good!)

…had NOT invited any other guest who might dissent.

That’s normal BBC practice – avoid having people on the air who are not in step with BBC bias!

‘We DO Try To Get Trump Supporters On Our Show’ –BBC 


But few if any BBC hacks would miss any opportunity to do Trump down.


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Mmm, LUDICROUS…,” Eades readily agreed.

Maybe it is ludicrous, or maybe it isn’t, but that’s not the point.

Nor is it for Eades to take sides.  The leftist hack had a professional duty to maintain at least a pretence of balance.

Clearly too much to ask of BBC!

What’s more disturbing, we learn from wikipedia that ‘he is a mentor and trainer for BBC journalists and presenters and also delivers presentational training beyond the broadcasting field.’

Given his utterly unprofessional, biased performance today, I’m not surprised.