The likes of Channel 4 and the BBC call Trump a bully, a sexist, a misogynist, a white supremacist, an oaf etc etc… day in day out. When these presstitutes, and that is what they are, beautifully coined by Gerald Celente, receive some of their own medicine, they don’t like it one bit.
I view left-right as wings of the same bird, but let’s face it, far right is hashtag gas chamber neo-Nazi while far left is perfectly acceptable. Have you read any of the details of the Bolshevik Red Terror Channel 4 or BBC? There are paragraphs in this very interesting book that I had to skip over because of the descriptions…
Channel 4 forced to call in security specialists for presenter after interview with controversial author
Channel 4 has been forced to call in “security specialists” after a combative interview with a controversial Canadian psychologist spawned a series of online abuse and threats directed at presenter Cathy Newman.
Ms Newman grilled University of Toronto professor Jordan Peterson, who has attracted a following from the far-right, on gender and equality, including his claims that the pay gap between men and women cannot solely be attributed to gender.
She was the target of a wide range of “vicious” comments and “misogynistic” threats following the exchange, leading to Channel 4 having to call in security specialists, according to the editor, Ben de Pear.
A cursory Twitter search revealed a series of messages directed at the presenter calling her a “b***h”, “c***” and “f***ing idiot”.
Mr De Pear said that the “level of vicious misogynistic abuse, nastiness, and threats” were an “unacceptable response” to the interview.
“Such is the scale of threat we are having to get security specialists in to carry out an analysis. I will not hesitate to get the police involved if necessary. What a terrible indictment of the times we live in,” he tweeted.
Ms Newman previously said she “thoroughly enjoyed” her bout with Prof Peterson, adding: “Viva feminism, viva free speech.”
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