Biased Dimbleby is a joke

Question Time blatantly slanted to support Labour.

David Dimbleby displayed all the tactics towards the Conservatives that he used when Boris Johnson was running for Mayor. Although Boris gave short, clear answers, Dimbleby rudely told him to stop talking, telling him he had said enough and it was someone else’s turn.  Since Dimbleby let Lord Adonis ramble on at will, this was palpably untrue.

It was really funny when at an opportune moment, Boris pointed to Dimbleby and said solemnly “Bullingdon Club”, as indeed he is.  So much time was spent talking about Lord Ashcroft, you would have thought it was the most important event in the history of this country.  Never mind, the mess of our economy, the Iraq War, the state of education, and the gap between rich and poor under Labour, or that both other parties have accepted donations from nom doms, every ounce was squeezed out of this issue, even though, as Boris pointed out, Lord Ashcroft does not hold the influence implied by Labour and the whole affair rests on a technicality.

There was also evidences of the same ambushes Dimbleby tried to lay for Boris during the Mayoral election – the obviously hand picked members of the audience who Dimbleby deliberately went to, their only purpose being to say something rude and untrue to the Mayor.  The whole programme was hardly a testament to democracy. However, Boris had his say.  He quietly waited his time, and then pointed out to DD that during the Mayoral Election, Dimbleby had also then continually tried to tell him to shut up.  Hear, hear!

In future, let David Dimbleby wear a I Love Labour T shirt and rename the programme Labour Time.

8 responses to “Biased Dimbleby is a joke

  1. hi there thanks again for the comment, nice to see someone else supporting ‘the peoples politician’ you might like my response to those opposing boris on the site.
    I’m sorry i cant post anything of great interest…. i’ve only just calmed down, the bbc is infuriating me further with their aftershocks aimed in our mayor’s direction.
    I must keep calm 🙂
    once again
    Very Glad to see another supporter!

  2. Well said! David Dimbleby is a joke, how dare the BBC pretend he is impartial!

  3. I agree totally. It is about time the BBC dropped the pretence that David Dimbleby and Question are impartial, they are not.

  4. Janina, you are great. You are very honest, like Boris, and I am sure that is one of the major qualities we support him for.

    My blood is still boiling, I am so angry at that programme. The hypocrisy of David Dimbleby, it was all a stitch up. But I always remember this! They fear him, they really fear him and that is what it is all about.

  5. Carol Vorderman has had a lot of criticism, but at least she had the guts to come right out and stick it to Labour.

  6. To be fair Boris did try taking over a few questions but he was far better than Lord “If anyone had the wrong name it’s me” Adonis.

    Carol Vorderman was far better briefed that many politicos I’ve seen on there too!!

    • The programme was blatantly biased though, it always is at election times. DD let Lord A. drone on at will, and stamped on BJ very rudely I thought. During Mayoral Elections, the bias was quite disgusting. I am glad you have a good word to say about Carol, because lots of people have had a go at her for being shrill, illogical, etc. She showed passion and real anger, good for her!

  7. I hope that David Dimbleby is not one of the chairs in the debates between the three party leaders. He doesn’t deserve to be.

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