Nigel Farage BLASTS BBC over pro-Corbyn reporting

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Nigel Farage did not hold back when he saw the BBCs blatant bias support for Jeremy Corbyn

The Labour leader was at Glastonbury, spreading his propaganda to hundreds of thousands of young voters when the BBC came under scrutiny for their bias reporting.

The BBC Radio One Twitter account which has 2.87 million followers posted this tweet: 

So much for the BBCs impartial status.

The Bias Broadcasting Corporation quickly deleted the Tweet, however, the damage was done.

Nigel Farage blasted the BBC saying: “Why should we pay the BBC licence fee just so they can promote @JeremyCorbyn? Outrageous.”

The licence fee costs families £145 a year.

This is not the first time we’ve seen the BBCs bias reporting and will certainly not be the last.

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