Common sense from BBC sparks Labour outrage

Veteran BBC interviewer John Humphrys

Veteran BBC interviewer John Humphrys

This morning veteran BBC presenter John Humphrys dared to tell the truth about Thomas Mair, who murdered Labour MP Jo Cox last year – but his honesty has provoked outrage among the politically correct establishment.

On this morning’s flagship Radio 4 programme Today, Humphrys was interviewing Mark Rowley, Scotland Yard’s top anti-terrorism officer.

Mair was never charged with terrorism – due to the total absence of any evidence connecting him to serious political activity – but opportunistic liar, cocaine abuser and FBI informant Todd Blodgett succeeded in selling lies to several news organisations, falsely claiming that Mair had attended a high-level nationalist gathering in London linked to H&D editor Mark Cotterill.

Todd Blodgett addressing an AF-BNP meeting in Arlington, Virginia in July 1999. Don Black the webmaster of Stormfront is seated to his left.

Todd Blodgett addressing an AF-BNP meeting in Arlington, Virginia in July 1999. Don Black the webmaster of Stormfront is seated to his left.

Scotland Yard’s Rowley made a vague reference during today’s interview, saying:
“We know that extreme right-wing related issues led to the tragic murder of Jo Cox not that long ago.”

Humphrys instantly corrected him:
“In that case wasn’t it that he was a very deeply disturbed man, mentally ill wasn’t he? It slightly muddies the water doesn’t it when we talk about that as terrorism? That was a murder wasn’t it?”

Cue howls of outrage from dishonest or ignorant Labourites, including former Home Secretary Jacqui Smith.

If such people are interested in the truth, they should read H&D‘s revelations in June 2016 and again after Mair’s trial in November 2016 about the lies of the FBI’s Todd Blodgett.

The Washington Times lead story in 1989 that exposed Todd Blodgett and his vice ring colleagues.

The Washington Times lead story in 1989 that exposed Todd Blodgett and his vice ring colleagues.

 

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