"We are not there to simply, blankly, read the news. That isn’t our job.
We are judging what viewers need to know..."Says who? Says overpaid, arrogant autocue reader Naga Munchetty.Who clearly can't read her own job description, or perhaps didn't understand it...
"We are impartial but we’re not idiots."The idiots are your BBC employers, who think licence payers (a dwidndling pool, and with no wonder) will put up with this forever...
Last year the 45-year-old was embroiled in a race row after she condemned President Donald Trump for telling some female politicians to ‘go back’ to where they came from.
She was found to have breached editorial guidelines by the corporation’s complaints unit, but the ruling was reversed after an outcry.Did the country rise up as one, then? Or did her fellow progressives organise a sociial media campaign to force a craven BBC to back down?
BBC director general Tony Hall said: 'The Executive Complaints Unit ruling has sparked an important debate about racism and its interpretation.
'Racism is racism and the BBC is not impartial on the topic. There was never a finding against Naga for what she said about the President's tweet.'Yes there was. But you cowered in the face of a whipped up mob and overturned it.
No wonder this walking mouthpiece is so arrogant. She knows she holds the Race Card, and at the BBC, that's never declined, is it?