Nigel Farage did not hold back when criticising the BBC over their total bias left wing audience during the leader’s debates.
It seemed like everytime Corbyn took a deep breath, the audience would cheer with excitement.
Many believe that the audience could have been paid to attend.
The BBC is well known for their left-wing views, but the TV debate showed just how far left they are and the extent they will go to get Labour in government.
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.”