Here we go again. The same old lot of demonstrators are out again. The same people who talk endlessly about democracy and the will of the people and community representation are out demonstrating against democracy and the will of the people.
For a weekend, they have finished demonstrating against Brexit and now are starting on Trump. The BBC and the mainstream media are only too happy to help them in their efforts.
Take a look at this ITV program, entitled, "Trump and Britain: Love or Loathing?"
It would be interesting to analyse what percentage of the program was designated to love and what percentage was loathing. My cursory glance was about 85 per cent to 90 per cent of it was devoted to the loathing, and not a lot to the loving — as always another fantastic example of biased, liberal, globalist, moral signalling broadcasting.
When Nigel Farage only gets a minute and they had to drag out Germaine Greer as a Trump supporter, you know there is a problem.
I was kindly asked by Robert Oulds at the cross party, Brexit supporting Bruge Group, to join him, to speak in favour of Trump’s visit for this ITV program.
I travelled down to London and was somewhat surprised to find we were filming in the middle of an empty restaurant. I spent six hours travelling there and back and spent one-and-a-half hours filming for ITV with a full camera team.
I know from the discussion, there was some excellent footage, but they gave 30 seconds each to Robert and Dr Niall McCree, and all that was shown of me was a side view of me sitting there, saying something but with no sound. What a complete waste of time but worse, how biased can they get.
It was only later that I realised the significance of the empty restaurant:
It makes the Trump supporters look common, like drunks, and not very sophisticated people, which is exactly what the mainstream media and the liberal elite think of both Trump supporters and Brexit supporters.
Like Brexit, Trump voters knew exactly what they were voting for and Trump democratically won the presidency of the United States. Like Brexit, as I mention here on a live BBC radio program, Trump supporters are more likely to be poorer, rural and not have college degrees.
That does not make these voters stupid; indeed you could argue that they live in the real world of jobs, kids and problems.
It is the same with the anti-Trump demonstrators. Most of these people are from London, most have university degrees and most voted remain. These people will never have been to the rust-belts of Pennsylvania and seen the devastated industry caused by Clinton and Obama’s globalisation policies.
(Catherine Blaiklock is the UKIP eastern Regional Chairman, former parliamentary candidate, economist, businesswoman, writer, and founder and chair of a volunteer healthcare charity.)