Neuvěřitelný pád společnosti BBC: Naši novináři neřeknou ve vysílání žádnému lháři, že lže
22. 11. 2019
Extraordinarily the BBC says it will no longer allow journalists to call somebody a liar because it is for audiences to judge motive. Does this include people convicted of telling lies? Or people whose deliberate untruth can be proven? https://t.co/JaWifuvOYR— Krishnan Guru-Murthy (@krishgm) November 22, 2019
Yesterday morning I rang the BBC press office and asked for an example of a BBC political reporter calling out Mr Johnson as a liar. I asked for a response by 5pm yesterday. No answer so far. https://t.co/2ri3t6I7ch— Peter Oborne (@OborneTweets) November 22, 2019
O den později konstatuje projekt BBC Reality Check, že ten muž říkal nesmysly - jejich upozornění je retweetováno jen několikrát.
BBC replies to @OborneTweets that it would be wrong to call politicians liars. But it quotes somebody else calling Labour liars - even though his claim that £80k a year isn't relatively high earning is objectively false. https://t.co/j4bHaV2bNx— Steve Peers (@StevePeers) November 22, 2019
Tento lživý klip BBC TV sdílelo 1,6 milionu lid
Why has this fake news clip not been deleted by @bbcquestiontime It’s had 1.6M views? The audience member is now being subjected to online abuse how is the BBC meeting its duty of care? Why did the producer not tell Fiona Bruce in her earmic to correct the record there and then? https://t.co/zUqpI1kEcZ— David Lammy (@DavidLammy) November 22, 2019