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BBC Question Time as a must watch experience has long since lapsed into a stupor of studied indifference for many people. A typical bastion of liberal BBC values, it carefully picks those who appear on the panel. For the last number of years it has stuffed the panels with pro EU Remainers, and it is viscerally hostile to any view which does not conform to the metropolitan elitist values at the heart of the BBC.
But what about those who appear in the audience. Last Thurday saw a rather unusual edition of the programme when it it invited the actor Laurence Fox onto the panel.
Refreshingly, Fox is an actor who does not conform to the “woke” progressive narrative and he expressed some interesting opinions during the programme. But there was one particular exchange with an audience “member” which caused quite a furore. Here it is.
Now then, the audience member calling Mr. Fox a ‘white, privileged man’ is actually an academic called Rachel C Boyle. Nothing wrong with that, even academics are allowed to express an opinion (regardless how ignorant it may be).
But Rachel has been a little busy editing her Twitter Profile.
Here’s what it looked like before she went on BBC Question Time.
Note the call out to her BBC links.
And a day after…?
Spot the difference. Why it’s almost as IF she was seeking to cover her links to the BBC.
And then this was spotted, for the avoidance of any doubt.
Here she is reviewing the papers on the BBC.
In fact, matters gets worse as it has also been exposed that earlier this month she deleted a tweet that said; “As someone who is employed by the BBC I am appalled at the treatment of @bbcnaga”
Why the dishonesty from the BBC? Why pretend that Boyle is just another member of the public instead of one of their chosen elite who gets to pontificate at our expense? Boyle can drone on all that she wants, few care about her ludicrous race baiting views. But the BBC is manipulating both the panel AND the audience and it should be a clear signal not to trust anything that the BBC claims.