Again, BBC Serves Up A Hate-Trump Breakfast!

Again, the BBC fed its audience a diet of Trumpophobia, as its leftist hack, Mike Embley…



….fed leading lines to an American leftist ‘think-tank’ yapper named Rachel Espin Odell…




….an apparatchik from a hitherto obscure outfit called the Quincy Institute – which has been in the news several times…

The Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, an isolationist group funded by billionaire donors Charles Koch and George Soros, is asking for contributions on Giving Tuesday, a day meant to raise funds for American health care workers and others serving on the front lines of the coronavirus battle.


Quincy Institute and Daily Beast Publish False Article About Epoch Media Group

…. since its relatively recent beginnings..

Needless to say, the Beeb Berk didn’t reveal to viewers that Odell’s outfit was Soros-funded.



Indeed, it was hardly an interview at all, just one leading line after another –

Isn’t it so…’

’Hasn’t it…’

Having taught English grammar to my Indonesian students for years here in Jakarta, I am sure I can count on them instantly to recognise the significance of ‘negative tag endings’ when attached to questions –

Question tags | Grammar – Intermediate to upper intermediate | British Council – British Council Learn English
We often use question tags when we expect the listener to agree with our statement. In this case, when the statement is positive, we use a negative question tag. She’s a doctor, isn’t she? 

– they invite agreement!

That BBC berk never challenged the woman on any of her Trumpophobic rants, nor would we expect him to, if we have kept any kind of track of the BBC’s bias……

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

Nasty Nabila Stars In BBC’s Hate-Trump Show! 


Dateline – Lying BBC’s Anti-Trump Jihad! 

….over the four years of The Donald’s election and administration.

Incidentally, that ‘news’ slot was almost at once followed by another ‘Hard Talk,’ Stephen Sackur’s guest being a leftist Israeli queer named Noah Harari, who similarly railed against Trump, and against his own country’s Prime Minister.

Sackur, who can ask hard questions, didn’t.

Instead he, the ‘objective’ (!) BBC interviewer, expressed his concerns about Trump and Italy’s Salvini, ‘peddling fake news!’