Going crazy about the conservative government = good. Going crazy about MM = bad.
Can’t have it both ways I’m afraid.
Well, speaking for me, ranting about MM, absolutely fine. A lot of points I agree on. Dismissing someone who claimed she was suicidal - not acceptable in my book. Treating your Co host with zero respect - no acceptable.
One of GMB;s guests was trending in the US today. GMB had former FNC and sacked NBC presenter, the awful Megyn Kelly on the programme today. She was read for filth online. She is still desperately trying tp cling to some sort of relevancy. She was horrible and condescending as a presenter, and coupled with her racists blackface comments NBC paid her 30mil to just go away after a short tenure with the network. She cant get any camera time in the US. So she creeps around the edges and pops up to spout her garbage on the unsuspecting British public. The problem today was she tried to teach Oprah Winfrey how to conduct an interview. The gall. The twittersphere wasnt having any of it. IF you ever see her trending....its usually not anything good.
Megyn Kelly giving interview advice to Oprah Winfrey is equivalent to Milli Vanilli giving voice lessons to Aretha Franklin.
As with any conservative commentator, you expect them to take a different viewpoint from those with a more liberal one, yet on International Women's Day, we had Piers speaking over his female co-host and dismissing Meghan's suicidal thoughts.
Both are equally just as bad, while I understand Piers has to shock-jock his way through each edition of GMB, as others have said, he did cross a line.
There are some people who are easily influenced by the likes of Piers Morgan and he should be a lot more responsible for what comes out of his mouth while on-air and that includes the Morgan shock-jock act.