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Trumped up racist allegations against Farage – well I never.
Worryingly, Trump was listening to this madman while he was in the White House.
He wanted both Anthony Fauci (the US infectious disease expert) and Christopher Ray (the FBI Director) executed.
I think that there is a fair chance this guy will soon be sitting in jail alongside Trump.
I think GB News is, and would refer to itself as, a right wing channel, which is fine by me, that's why I & millions of others watch it.
The difference between it and the BBC and Sky is that they try to hoodwink the public into believing them to be neutral when in fact they have a fully left-wing agenda
> and I mean really listen
You mean like drinking the Kool-Aid. I did listen and, as I said, virtually the first thing that Bannon said was:
I think Nigel could be perfectly positioned to be the next Prime Minister of England.
I mean, how ridiculous is that statement? And remember, it's the first thing he's said. It's a nonsense.
GB News. It's not news, and Bannon is not GB. Apart from that ...
//Well I'm happy to pay a small weekly amount for balance and sanity. Just because it apparently comes free doesn't make it good //
You just dont get it do you. Firstly the BBC is anything but impaertial and certanly is not balanced.
Second why should I pay (not that I personally do) for something you like when I dont want to watch it? Will you contribute to my Netflix/Amazon or maybe even GBNews? and on pain of not being able to watch anything else unless you do.
No of course you wouldnt and rightly so, so neither should anyone be forced to pay for the BBC just so they can watch GBNews(or whatever).
Yes I agree that the TV licence system is rather silly and anachronistic, except ...
It does mean they really do have to be unbiased as far as is possible, sometimes ridiculously so. It is why they persist in not referring to Hamas as a terrorist organisation, for example, although to be honest it makes little odds whether they do that or not IMO.
I've often said it, but when people (including those who refuse to watch it) accuse the BBC of being leftwing, I am sure a lot of it is because it seems that way in comparison to much of the other media.