Sunday, January 29, 2017

UK PM Theresa May peed on the carpet of her host the United States. The priceless global microphone and captive audience graciously provided to Ms. May were trashed by her selection of a BBC hater to lecture the President of the United States. To Ms. May and cronies: The template that Americans can be kicked around, laughed at, and pissed on expired Jan. 20, 2017

1/28/17, "'You don't speak for Britain' Anger at BBC political editor's Trump question,", Katie Mansfield

"BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg has been condemned and praised for questioning Donald Trump’s views on Russia and Muslims during the US President’s first joint press conference with Theresa May. 

The journalist caused a stir with her direct line of questioning forcing Donald Trump to joke she had caused the end of the UK-US special relationship.

Ms Kuenssberg said: "Mr President, you've said before that torture works, you've praised Russia, you've said you want to ban some Muslims from coming to America, you've suggested there should be punishment for abortion.

"For many people in Britain those sound like alarming beliefs. What do you say to our viewers at home who are worried about some of your views and worried about you becoming the leader of the free world?" 

Pointing to Ms Kuenssberg and turning to Theresa May, Mr Trump said: "This was your choice of a question?" 

Leaning in to the microphone with a smile, he added: "There goes that relationship." 

The grilling prompted laughter in the room but some viewers branded Ms Kuenssberg’s questioning as “rude” and an “embarrassment.” 

Controversial commentator Katie Hopkins said: “I guess @bbclaurak speaks for the people of Britain in the same way @lilyallen apologises for the people of Britain. Not in my name.”
Donny Brexit branded the incident an “utter embarrassment to the UK, liberal lefty bubble question”.

Others praised the journalist for her work.

Natalie McCormack said: “Bloody brilliant! Glad to see someone call him out. Shame our Prime Minister can’t do the same”.

Jane Northedge said: “You’re a star. Show him what what it means to have a free press. Thank you”.
"Adam Paulson said: “Brave and necessary. Well done.”"..

Comment: "A free press?" The UK has no "free press." It bans you from even entering the country if you're a member of the US media whose opinions aren't in line with politically correct UK globalist dogma. At least 3 members of the American media are banned from entering the UK merely for their non-violent views. Radio host Michael Savage, and authors and activists Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer--all private citizens and all who provide a public service--are banned. Not even for statements made in the UK--statements made in the US.
The BBC is overseen by 12 trustees all of whom are appointed by the Queen. It's a public sector entity meaning it won't go out of business if it doesn't make a profit. It's close enough to the government that "the Government asked the Corporation to change the way it reported stories about the militant group ISIS. Chris Grayling, a member of the Cabinet and leader of the Commons, said the broadcaster should start referring to ISIS as ‘Daesh’." (7/6/2015) BBC is funded by mandatory fees required of all UK citizens with a tv who can be jailed if they don't pay. ($182. per year in US dollars, 145.50 UK).


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