The once-famed BBC dropped another brick last night in trying to pin Jeremy Corbyn to the wall. Simply because Corbyn asked some perfectly legitimate questions in the Commons - about "what evidence is there?" (questions still not answered) - he's being touted as being out of touch.
Please read this.
I would throw the question back at May and Johnson: "Please give real proof as to why you think Putin is to blame" rather than we being treated as though those that don't follow the Tory line are somehow traitors to the UK. The more that the government pursues this line the more I think they're trying to deflect their poor record on Brexit and in dealing with poverty and also the NHS. And something else?
This government is incompetent, there's no other word for it. The real sadness is that though I can see the positive aspects of Corbyn, I somehow don't trust him as a future prime minister. But - there again - who else is there?
Corbyn is up against it. It was only a few weeks ago that he was accused of passing secrets to Russia (a move that seems to have been 'planted' to create room for this diversionary issue about Putin) and he clearly does not have proper support from within his own political party.
It makes you wonder what really did happen to the likes of John Smith and Robin Cook. I really do wonder whether their deaths were really of the natural variety. John Smith's death let in Tony Blair, and Robin Cook vehemently opposed Blair on the Iraqi War. Their deaths were coincidences?
Add in the strange death of Daivid Kelly (the weapons expert) and the foreign policies of the west (i.e. US/UK) since 2003 and the latest anti-Russia issue, then I feel there are some disturbing questions to be asked as to who is really pressing which buttons.