More important than how many bottles of champagne did BBC License Fee payers pay for, what will Tommy #Panodrama reveal about the malicious ways in which Panorama and Hope not Hate were working together to destroy Tommy Robinson?
Tommy Robinson has caught the BBC’s premiere, flagship investigative news program, Panorama, trying to fabricate a hit piece on him. In reply he has set them up: they came to interview him and he turned the tables on them. He will reveal all his footage on February 23rd on a giant screen outside their offices in Manchester, for now he’s releasing little snippets.
Background videos, Tommy Robinson and BBC Panorama
John Sweeny of Panorama sharing his views on what it’s like to meet a white, working class man in a green room at the BBC: a cannibal Amazonian or something from outer space.
Here’s Tommy, toward the end of the big reveal in the trap he set for the BBC where they thought they were coming to interview him and he turned the tables on them. He’s asking why the far-left, Soros and UK Government funded hate organisation “Hope not Hate” was present at some of the interviews conducted by the BBC for the making of this “independent” act of journalism. Watch the stunned silence from the producers.
Today Tommy went to talk to this is the MP who stood up in parliament, hiding behind his Parliamentary privilege and called Tommy Robinson a string of vile names, watch this clip.
Here’s the very end of the stream cued up:
And here’s what this man said in parliament about Tommy:
Tommy waited patiently in the cold outside a library where the Stewart Malcom McDonald MP was supposed to meet his constituents. Tommy’s mere presence meant Police arrived, shut the library to all (including women and children coming to return books) while the MP hid inside.
Parliamentary privilege in the UK means an MP can say whatever he likes inside Parliament with no legal repercussions: he can lie, slander and defame with impunity. That’s what this MP did.