Boris Johnson “never had a chance” because of the “biased” BBC, according to a broadcaster.
The “incessant” media coverage of “Partygate,” which led in over 40% of Tory MPs voting “no confidence” in the Prime Minister on Monday, according to Dan Wootton, presenter of GB News, was a key influence in the issue’s ascent to prominence.
He argues that, among other things, the country’s primary broadcaster has been focused on the matter “every day,” turning even minor events into “apparent scandal.”
BBC News presenter Geeta Guru-Murthy was rehearsing “the broadcaster’s usual list of ad hominem attacks on Boris Johnson,” according to Mr Wootton’s statement yesterday.
She accused the Prime Minister of lying to the Queen, as well as a liar in Parliament and a liar to the British people, when she appeared on television.
Tory MP Lee Anderson stepped in and said the broadcaster was on a “witch hunt” against Prime Minister Boris Johnson, much to the delight of the GB News host.
The BBC, the Labour Party, and the mainstream media, according to Mr Lee, are driving this campaign.