BBC News presenters sniggered and insulted an MP because he had a Union Jack flag and a picture of the Queen behind him during an interview.
MP Robert Jenrick appeared on BBC Breakfast to discuss the vaccine rollout but at the end of the interview, presenters Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty turned their attention to the iconic British flag.
“I think your flag is not up to standard size government interview…measurements, I think it’s just a little bit small. But that’s your department really!” said Stayt.
Munchetty, who recently wrote an article for the BBC titled ‘It’s time to talk about race’, began laughing before commenting, “The picture of the queen though.”
“Always a flag. They had the picture of the queen there in Westminster office – I’m assuming,” she added.
The presenters appear to be uncomfortable with the fact that MPs are increasingly prone to appearing in front of British flags to appeal to patriotism.
While some may see this as a shallow PR stunt, it’s hardly a bad thing given that the left has tarnished Britain’s reputation to such an extent in recent years that the flag was once treated as a symbol of shame.
The fact that it is re-emerging in a post-Brexit world as a symbol of pride is obviously disturbing to left-wing BBC News presenters, which is why they feel the need to make fun of it.
No wonder there is currently a massive push to defund the BBC, which is bankrolled via a mandatory de facto tax on British citizens, and scenes like this are only likely to further that cause.
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