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Sky News Falsifies Tommy Robinson Interview – Refuses To Apologize

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Published on: October 13, 2018

It isn’t just that the establishment news outlets are biased. They’re virtually all hard-Left, but now Sky News has crossed the line into active falsification. Perhaps it will soon open a branch in “Palestine,” if it doesn’t have one already. In this interview, Tommy Robinson characterized the attitude of members of Muslim rape gangs by saying: “If I believe I’m morally right then I’m not bothered about what your law says.” Sky News edited the interview to make it appear as if he was saying that of himself.

No one should trust Sky News as a source for any information anymore. It’s just a Leftist propaganda outfit.

“Sky News refuses to excuse for damaging Fake News interview with Tommy Robinson,” Voice of Europe, October 10, 2018:

When Tommy Robinson was released from his wrongful imprisonment on 1 August, Jason Farrell of Sky News was amongst the media scurrying around him to try to get Tommy to answer questions. Tommy notably responded with ‘I’ve got a lot to say… but nothing to you’.

After a holiday with his wife and children, Tommy decided to give a sit-down interview to Sky and Jason. What was the sudden turnaround that Tommy now thought he should give an interview?

There was no turnaround, he knew Jason and Sky would misrepresent him, he knew they would push fake news so he agreed the interview, but had it secretly recorded, in its entirety. He agreed the interview with the purpose to expose them.

It was no surprise that the Sky interview was deceptively edited and they even completely falsified what Tommy stated and have run headlines, which were picked up by all of the leftist main stream media, stating:

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“Tommy Robinson: I don’t care if I incite fear of Muslims
The far-right activist says: “If I believe I’m morally right then I’m not bothered about what your law says.””

However, that is not what Tommy said. The question Tommy actually answered was regarding an educational video that was put out in schools in the Netherlands to educate young girls against the manipulative manner in which Moroccan men were grooming young victims.

Tommy replied that he didn’t really care if ‘IT’ caused fear as long as it educated young girls. Jason, used a voice over to imply the question he answered was about Tommy’s personal beliefs and message.

The interview they played was cut, re-arranged, and falsified. Tommy has the entire interview in its entirety filmed on a friend’s phone and will be suing Sky, along with several other media organisations, over their deceptive slander and libel.

After backlash from Tommy and his supporters SKY News have removed the false interview with Tommy Robinson only twelve days after it was first released.

As well, they have been pressured to apologise over the interview with Sky’s Dermot Murnaghan where he apologised to the Muslim groomers and not to Tommy Robinson. Sky had said: “We said that the defendants were of Pakistani heritage we would like to point out that at least three of the four defendants were from Afghanistan.”

“We also suggested that Mr Robinson had filmed the defendants… this was incorrect.”

They never apologised for the highly and deceptively edited and biased report that garnered more than 3,500 complaints to OfCom regarding Jason’s interview. According to OfCom it is the most highly complained about TV incident of the year….

Article posted with permission from Robert Spencer

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