The BBC are now pushing the Clinton narrative that the Director of the FBI, James Comey, is effectively the guilty party in the Email scandal. Quite incredible stuff.

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  1. Guest Who says:

    Not sure the picture editor has quite got with the program.

    The whole thing is very odd, with feelings being pushed over facts.

    It’s not so much what was said or done, but that it was exposed that is the problem.

    At least when RoboCandidate is in the frame.

    No matter what, it is a rather extraordinary scene when a presidential hopeful’s ‘camp’ followers are ‘attacking’ the domestic federal investigative agency of the USA for checking out potential breaches of law on the land of the fr… home of not enough popcorn.


    • TrueToo says:

      Guest Who,

      It’s amazing how one man, meant to uphold the law, can instead prejudice it to such an extent.

      And the BBC has a long history of enthusiastic support for left-wing candidates for office around the planet. Will May do anything to rein in the propagandists?


  2. quisquose says:

    This has gone beyond simple bias.

    The behaviour being exhibited by the BBC is more akin to a religious cult, where an adherant has so much emotional investment in the dogma anything or anybody that contradicts it, no matter if it is true, is attacked. The truth is irrelevant.


    • StewGreen says:

      Exactly they are full brainwashed “We have to stop the Demon Trump or the world will end”…They have full on bought into this desperate narrative.

      If you read the Guardian you’ll see no other view
      Over on LBC Maajid Nawaz was the same but he was getting exasperated
      “I’m getting lots of texts from listeners saying justice has to take its course ..but surely there is someway we can speed this up !”

      Meanwhile I had a look at the sex pest claims against Trump. I’m surprised to to see they don’t amount to much so far. The guy might have done all kinds of things it’s easy to push him as some sleazy millionaire, it’s easy to believe he might have done something dramatic..but theirs nothing to jail him, even if the women had complained 10 years ago.. most claims of he try to grope me, I pushed him away it was all over in 30 seconds. Think about it , the guys 70 ..been a millionaire all his life ..how many models has he met? Yet they’ve got one complaint for every 4 years of his adult life.
      Team Hillary might have a big surprise in the box,
      ..but OTOH with Trump it wouldn’t surprise me if he pulled a stunt like 2 days before the election bring 6 of the complainants out to tell that they’ve been working for him all along.


    • Jagman84 says:

      The BBC has decided that Clinton has to be victorious over Trump, regardless of the damage to their aura of impartiality. Otherwise the whole crooked NWO scam is finished. I don’t know about ‘draining the swamp’ in the USA but it needs a similar move in Westminster.


  3. matahari says:

    Of course. They may even link it to Brexit and how the FBI hates anyone who is anti unlimited migration without controls. But the thing is….have you seen her rallies? At best 300 people. She was never ahead in the polls.


    • JohnW says:

      Several articles in Breitbart have exposed the oversampling of the polls towards likely Dem voters. This manipulation of the polls has also been demonstrated in the recent release of more WIKILEAKS emails.

      The Dems are in total panic mode now and it will be wonderful to see the BBC similarly traumatised.


  4. Roland Deschain says:

    Meanwhile, on “Clinton emails: Officials advised FBI not to reveal inquiry” (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-us-2016-37815558), we have (my emphasis):

    “The Department of Justice is trying their hardest to protect the criminal activity of Hillary Clinton,” Mr Trump said, offering no evidence for the assertion.

    They really do not like it up ’em at the BBC.


    • Guest Who says:

      Seems the BBC is suddenly well keen on the carefully nuanced assertions of a senior democrat about the legality of an FBI investigation. That renowned flexible editorial integrity at play.


  5. Richard Pinder says:

    I discovered what Hillary Clinton was about almost ten years ago: In the book “Liberal Fascism” by Jonah Goldberg. A whole chapter is dedicated to her. Chapter 9, Brave New Village: Hillary Clinton and the Meaning of Liberal Fascism:

    I understand the meaning to be that Liberals have a dogma that says that “Only Liberals are pursuing Utopia, and everyone else is the enemy” So that when Liberals and Socialists produce a Dystopia, in the pursue of Utopia, then it’s the people that are in the way, so they need to kill the people, to solve the problem. What’s called the “Final Solution” to the problem. So as it all falls apart for Hillary Clinton and the BBC, they get more and more emotionally violent. Which hopefully will end with her suicide in a bunker with Bill, a gun, and some cyanide capsules.

    In this scenario, James Comey is the “Winston Churchill” character she is angry with.


    • Up2snuff says:

      Interesting, Richard. Can also be true of non-Liberals as well, in the condition known as ‘bunker mentality’. Those of us old enough and/or with an interest in Watergate remember that it was the cause of Nixon’s downfall: “Everyone is against us!” therefore our dirty tricks are justified and not really dirty tricks.

      Funny thing is that ‘deleted e-mails’ are the rough equivalent of ‘erased tapes’ and the renewed FBI investigation reminds me of the multi-investigations that were run after Watergate.

      In American politics it’s deja-vu all over again, as one famous football manager said.


    • Dysgwr_Cymraeg says:

      Thank you Richard….that book is on my shelf….I’ll check it out ….


    • Cull the Badgers says:

      I’ve had it a while, but I haven’t got to chapter 9 yet.

      It’s a great read – buy it y’all.

      It shows we are not at fault, we have been lied to for years and it’s time to clean the stables. Vote Trump, it will be another step on the way.


  6. ObiWan says:

    The Democrats are now in panic mode: the msm (The Media Party) are mobilised to try and avoid the inevitable: Trump is going to win. The BBC is once again on the wrong side of history.


  7. All Lives Matter says:

    The saddest thing of all is that there have been supposedly Republican journalists boasting on Twitter about how there’s going to be more recordings of Trump released next week and that they will end his campaign. The media, in spite of the overwhelming evidence to the contrary, still think it can deceive the people into betraying their instincts with nebulous, years-old quotes and unsubstantiated accusations. They also think they can delude people into thinking they’re doing so for virtuous reasons, when the end game is to allow a felon into the White House, along with her husband who is facing far more credible claims of actual sex abuse than the suggestions being made about Trump.

    Luckily Assange is releasing the last of the emails next week as well, which will hopefully be so damning that the press can’t hide behind their spin any longer.


  8. Thoughtful says:

    Although I believe that the BBC has been inexcusably biased over the US election – long before Clinton was even chosen as the Democratic candidate, the above article – for me at any rate appears to imply that the Democrats are unreasonably attacking the FBI.

    “The Clinton campaign attacks the FBI for briefing Congress on its new inquiry into her E mail use”

    Note that the BBC distances Hilary from her campaign, so if it all goes wrong then they can blame the campaign team while exonerating Hilary from any direct blame.

    Tonight the BBC run with “US election: FBI’s Clinton emails move defended by Comey”

    “Not making it public would be “misleading”, he said. He was aware of a risk of being “misunderstood”, given that the FBI does not know the significance of the newly found emails.”

    Remember that this is a man who is an extremely senior civil servant – head of the FBI, and if you look into the recruitment criteria you will find it is extremely stringent no fool gets to be the director of the FBI, nor anyone wanting to play politics.


  9. john in cheshire says:

    The bbc is a pile of vomit that no dog wants to return to. I have a feeling that those who work for this abnormal organisation are, these days, very careful to whom they confide this sin.


  10. G.W.F. says:

    Looking forward to seeing this picture on the BBC’s coverage of the Clinton crisis.

    Just who are the BBC supporting?



    • Thoughtful says:

      I posted about her around 3 weeks ago, at the time no one took a great deal of notice, now suddenly when the meja has told them they should do her name becomes important in a way that it wasn’t when I posted about it.

      What this doesn’t say is the close links Abedin has to Saudi, and those who finance Clinton.

      It doesn’t talk about the Muslim Brotherhood links, nor the Goodge Street Office which is there solely to prevent Muslims integrating into Western societies.
      There’s nothing about the money facilitated through ‘CAIR’ in fact it’s so brief as to barely scratch the surface.

      Look a little more closely and realise the horrific truth !


      • G.W.F. says:

        Spot on
        Now we see the BBC’s interest in Clinton and all things Islamic


  11. The Highland Rebel says:

    I’m looking forward to the election to watch these bastards jaws dropping like they did at Brexit.


  12. Sinniberg says:

    Well, it looks like Hillary Clinton has gone AWOl from the BBC News website tonight.

    Nothing, zilch, a news black out..

    Sky, on the other hand, are reporting(main story) that the FBI are to go through no less than 650,000 emails looking for links to Hillary Clinton.

    Oh BBC…..you are utterly, utterly hopeless…..

    “World Class Journalism” and 6000 journalists…..?!.


  13. Wild Bill says:

    The BBC must be shitting themselves by now.


  14. Roland Deschain says:

    The BBC1 10:00 news has gone large on why the Democrats think the FBI shouldn’t have gone public but had precisely zero on why they might have done so. In what possible world can anyone consider this to be impartial reporting?

    Unless Mr Comey has developed some sort of career death wish there must have been an exceptional reason to go public so soon before the election, but the media seem very uncurious about this. The BBC seems to think there hasn’t even been a warrant to look at the information on the computers – if true then it makes Comey’s actions even more mysterious. Yet they still remain uncurious. Almost as if they’d really rather not know.


  15. barry69 says:

    Imagine Hillary vote president and then impeached like her husband. A double first.


    • TrueToo says:


      But then Vice President Tim Caine would, I assume, automatically become President. I watched him debate Mike Pence and the thought of him leading the greatest country on the planet is chilling.


  16. Deborahanother says:

    Donald Trump was always going to win and win big.

    The BBC and others have been ignoring his huge rallies ,his sensible policy statements and his increasing ability to talk about one people,one America .He does not put people into identity groups for voting fodder.He is not PC.
    Every demographic supports Trump.

    BBC has done a shocking job of fairly covering the election. Sky is not much better.

    It is not Trump who has been involved in possible criminality and corruption . They are coming across like Trump manufactured this or the FBI is bad .

    No ….Clinton brought it on herself.


  17. Tothepoint says:

    Todays operation in ‘We must protect Killary at all costs… Deflection, rejection, misdirection moved to DEFCON 1’ from Killary’s British campaign team at Al Shabeeb, comes in the form at this beauty!….

    “FBI Chief ‘may have broken the law”

    ‘Broken the law’?! Is there any more serious accusation directed at the head of the FBI?… Why has the leader of the Democrat leader of the Senate said what is clearly a declaration of war with the FBI?….

    “He said Mr Comey may have violated the Hatch Act, which bars officials from using their position to influence an election.
    “Through your partisan actions, you may have broken the law,” he said”…….

    ….Oh wait…. So let’s get this straight.. Even though Killary has % broken US law designed to protect its citizens and it’s secrets, it’s the FBI who are the criminals here because they haven’t let Killary get away with it!… That’s wonderful logic Al Shabeeb, and impressively you try to turn the bullshit from your corrupted lunatics idols into your own sick hate messages of “everyone not white male are victims, no matter what crimes they commit”

    Killary is going to lose. Declaring war on the FBI is as stupid as trying to appease the blood thirsty, rape happy death cult… You have chosen the wrong side. You are consistently choosing the side that losing…. You are finished


    • Steve Jones says:

      The deliberately misleading headline was obviously another devious piece of BBC propaganda due to the innocuous little quote marks around ‘may have broken law’. That is always a clue and, what a surprise, the next line states it was a democrat making the claim.


      • Guest Who says:

        The BBC “quotes” headline and the provenance of who quoted (or, more frequently, sidelined) is fast becoming the only way they can even go near a subject.

        Like ‘BBC employee says BBC is impartial’ is not news, neither is ‘Democrat conjuring up a ‘may have’ about an investigation into the actual law breaking of a Democrat Presidential candidate.

        Interestingly, if unsurprisingly, Classic FM Global Propaganda just mirrored this approach verbatim.


        • feargal the cat says:

          My understanding is that ‘Global News’ on Classic FM is ‘bBC Global News’ with the source name removed.


      • JohnW says:

        I believe the quotation marks may have been due to the fact that the remarks were verbatim comments by Democrat Harry Reid.


  18. EUKitemark says:

    Imagine if it were Trump with an FBI investigation launched just before the election. Can you imagine the BBC headling: “Trump emails: FBI chief may have broken law, says top Republican”. Of course not!


  19. EnglandExpects says:

    Radio 4s classic guardianista beeboid James Naughtie did a shockingly biased report on the US election this morning. He generally plied the Clinton line on the e mails and stated that no opinion poll that reflected the FBIs latest moves will be available for a few days. He then went on to say that it would be impossible to judge the effect on voters of the latest e mail developments until the end of polling day itself. This is clearly rubbish. The Mail is already reporting a poll that shows the Clinton lead collapsing to a statistical dead heat. I’m sure that far more polls will be out soon. Their accuracy may be questioned but the trend should be indicative of any shift in voter intentions.


  20. Guest Who says:

    I’ll just leave this here to consider:


    • thirdoption says:

      Great post Guest,

      Can you please send that tweet to everyone in the media so they’ll stop asking “What has this got to do with Hillary?”


  21. magicoat says:

    Monster Vote Rears Its Head in Florida – GOP With 11%
    The key battleground state of Florida has a huge population of vote-by-mail voters. This includes absentee voters, plus those who just prefer to vote by mail.
    Of Florida’s 12 million voters 27.53% prefer to mail in their vote.
    This is probably the biggest polling sample available on the Internet in near real-time – that is, it is updated several times a day by the Florida Division of Elections.
    It is providing the best-available glimpse at how the election – at least in Florida — is turning out.
    Here are the results based on these assumptions:
    53.4% Trump
    42.4% Clinton
    4.2% – Other
    So based on these vote-by-mail results as of 6 am today, this is our estimate of the final Florida vote.
    That’s an 11% margin of victory for Trump and anything over a 10% margin in Presidential politics is officially dubbed a landslide…..credit Still Report


  22. AsISeeIt says:

    An interesting compare and contrast yesterday afternoon as the BBC News Channel aired a few random minutes of a Trump and of a Clinton rally.

    Hillary riffed on LBTG..XYZ ‘rights’ which obviously yanked the BBC’s chain.

    Lots of dog whistle leftism came from Hillary’s speech – plenty of nudge-nudge wink-wink playing to her core leftist gallery ‘we know what Donald thinks about gays, right?’

    Meanwhile Trump talked of ‘draining the Washington swap’. He talked about making America rich and strong. He talked about crooked international trade deals, the loss of manufacturing jobs and their export to Mexico where by contrast plant contruction was booming.

    The BBC news presenter summed up with an emphasis on Trump’s phrase ‘a road to Mexico’ – implying to the casual viewer the usual ‘racist’ meme.

    Trump is an odd media-created aboration. A Frankenstein’s monster built by the media and now roaming out of control. His talk is folksy and disjointed and his thinking probably confused. But his heart seems to be in the right place. Pro-America.

    And Hillary is an establishment robot – remote controlled and programmed to act. Heart-less, internationalist and playing to self-loathing.

    Women and gays badly treated in the Arab world… well, don’t worry, Hillary says we in the west have to lead by example. Not quite sure how that works.


    • GCooper says:

      Thank you for that. It was very interesting and I suspect he may well be right.


    • Guest Who says:

      He raises an interesting variation on the BBC-beloved ‘grief from both sides so must be balanced’ meme.

      However, it seems the BBC was pretty cool with things when it looked like he was backing off and favouring Hillary, but now the ‘balance’ has kicked in is experiencing problems with bladder control.


  23. Flexdream says:

    Who says the BBC is biased for Hilary Clinton? The lead story on the news website is about the latest FBI investigation.

    “FBI chief ‘may have broken law'”

    Clear proof that the CBC is not biased.


  24. KatieH says:

    Yesterday the beeb were reporting from one of clintons rallies in florida treating us to the usual shite about her emails but then we had to be told what jennifer lopez thought of hilary. Shes an angel apparently, can do no wrong. Shows you what an idiot Lopez is. You can just feel the beeb are sticking two fingers up at us with the shite they come out with on clinton.


    • Guest Who says:

      The BBC seem to feel that the thoughts of Jenny from the block, Billy from the mansion and Lily from da Hoxton ‘hood are means of swaying folk a) In the UK b) not in gated communities and c) who don’t vote in us elections.

      So, good luck with that.


  25. NISA says:

    The R4 Today programme this morning was still referring to Comey’s letter as being addressed to Republican lawmakers, helping to further the Democratic line that they were kept in ignorance. Whereas the Fox News interview with Clinton’s campaign manager, Mook extracted the admission that Democratic senators had also received the letter.


    • TrueToo says:

      NISA, Yes, I saw Chris Wallace extracting that admission from Mook like a dentist with a stubborn tooth.


  26. quisquose says:

    On this mornings first news bulletin on the Today programme (at 3:30 mins) Jon Sopel repeats the claim that the FBI are guilty of double standards because they also have “explosive information” against Trump which they are refusing to release. Of course Jon Sopel knows nothing about double standards, nothing I tell you.


    • Demon says:

      quisquose – That claim sounds like an extreme case of desperation combined with wishful thinking. If the Feds really had anything explosive on Trump it would have been out in the open months ago.

      Although I still suspect Clinton will somehow steal the election from the Americans I can see the Clintonites are significantly less complacent than even one week ago.


      • Beltane says:

        Didn’t he just, Quisquose. At one point he became so manic you might have thought it was Norman Smith shrieking at the camera.


  27. TrueToo says:

    Sizzling programme from the eminent Judge Janine yesterday on the email scandal and other issues: