Last week I brought some real reporters with me to Tommy Robinson’s court date at the Old Bailey. Because most British journalists have a vendetta against Tommy — so we needed real reporters from Canada, the U.S. and Australia to do a proper job!
One of our real reporters from Australia, Avi Yemini, confronted a BBC journalist about their claim that only a few hundred people came to support Tommy. As anyone could see, there were 2,000+ people there.
It was pure fake news!
The BBC journalist insisted that saying “hundreds” wasn’t a lie — because he didn’t say how many hundreds! I guess by that logic he could have said, “dozens” — because it’s true, there were many, many dozens of people there!
What a pack of liars!
I’m so glad we brought real journalists to expose the fake journalists at the BBC and the other mainstream media, aren’t you?
Thank you for helping to crowdfund the costs of bringing Avi and the other foreign journalists to the UK. Our total cost for the four journalists, plus me, plus our cameramen, was approximately $17,000 Canadian, or £10,000. If you haven’t had a chance to chip in, please do by clicking here — I really think it was one of the best things we’ve done so far in the battle for Tommy.
Avi flew economy class all the way from Melbourne; that was our deal with all the real reporters — economy class airfare and a 3-star hotel. No fee; no editorial oversight by me. Just real journalism.