the leader of britain's socialists spoke about a "rigged system"
(ok, britain's so-called conservative party are socialists also)Jeremy Corbyn vows to 'overturn the rigged system'
britain's state-run broadcaster gave a fairly neutral report of that speech
what's interesting is that during the US election, Trump the magnificent also spoke of a rigged system and britain's state-run broadcaster ridiculed him as a fantasistAmerica's 'rigged' election
His critique changes if events move in his favour, but if he loses he has encouraged his supporters to doubt American democracy.
"Rigged" is a word loosely used but potentially dangerous.
riddle me this, Britain's BBC: if it is "potentially dangerous" when a candidate whom you hate talks of a "rigged system" then why do you not accord the same treatment to a candidate whom you like when he makes a similar statement?
it's hard to characterize britain's state-run broadcaster as anything other than a hater when you look back at how they covered the trump campaign, and it's hard to do anything other than laugh at the BBC when you look back at pearls of wisdom such as
If Mr Trump loses, a heavy responsibility will fall on his shoulders. Will he accept defeat or encourage the view that the election was stolen and so shake the foundations of American democracy?
lol, isn't that exactly what happened when hillary lost?