Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Clapping ban for election TV debate

The hypocritical LibLabCon have banned clapping on the three 90-minute debates due to be televised ‘in case the studio audience influences TV viewers’. The audience will be hand-picked for political ‘fairness’ and will be allowed to ask questions once they’ve been cleared for ‘balance’.

The liberal elite make me sick.

They didn’t mind audience participation (booing, jeering) when Nick Griffin appeared on Question Time, in fact they encouraged it.

‘As compensation for being excluded from the main television debates' the BNP will be appearing on BBC news programmes in the run up to the election.

Let's hope that this time Nick gets a fair crack at the whip.

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