BBC accused of picking ‘the most Left-wing’ election debate audience ever


The Bias Broadcasting Corporation has come under fire for picking the most left wing, bias audience ever for TV debates

Senior left wing politicians and journalists have admitted that the BBC audience was vastly in favour of Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn.

A senior Conservative source attacked the BBC saying it was ‘quite astonishing just how badly they picked the audience’.
And Boris Johnson said today: ‘It was seven people speaking to probably the most left-wing studio audience the BBC has ever brought together’.

Former work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith said: ‘Obviously there are questions for the BBC to answer … It’s quite clear there was an anti-Tory bias in the audience, which wasn’t there in the Channel 4 programme on Monday.’

It is widely known for the BBC to be biased in favour of the left, but this was just blatantly obvious.

Nigel Farage blasted the BBC left wing bias saying:

Nigel Farage said: ”The BBC did a leaders debate without Cameron and Clegg, but Miliband was there, I was there, Plaid was there, the Greens were there, the SNP were there.

I was simply amazed by the audience I faced in 2015. I simply couldn’t believe when I made arguments for controlled immigration, which I knew opinion polls told me three-quarters of the country supported but I was getting booed.

And I did, during that debate actually look into the camera and say ‘this audience here is pretty left wing’ now, of course, I was condemned by everyone for doing it.

All I can say is that if the BBC can produce an audience for that leader’s debate I was in back in 2015 that was hard to the left of centre and holy unrepresentative of a genuine studio audience reflecting the views of this nation, then what happened tonight was far far worse.

It is obvious to me that there was a very large number of paid up Corbyn-esters in that audience, they were cheering him and that’s fine, provided you have balance.”