A MAINSTREAM media reporter and former editor of ShortList men’s lifestyle magazine has boasted on Twitter about refusing to publish pro #FreeTommy opinions.
Alex Finnis, who is the former editor of ShortList men’s magazine, wrote a hit piece on Tommy Robinson’s supporters in The i Paper, where he only included anti #FreeTommy tweets regarding the BBC’s decision to give working-class Free Tommy supporters a platform.
When Politicalite questioned his false reporting, Finnis accused the Gay, Mixed-Race editor of Politicalite of publishing ‘far-right propaganda’.
Finnis doubled down and admitted his bias by tweeting: “I’m not going to publish pro-Tommy opinions in the mainstream media because he’s a racist who shouldn’t belong in the mainstream conversation.
Alex, who described himself as ‘freelance journalist and editor’ on his Twitter profile has written for The Independent, ShortList, JOE.co.uk, and BuzzFeed.
He was a trainee reporter for MailOnline, was an intern at The Times and The Telegraph according to a CV seen by Politicalite.
The Labour-supporting editor clearly holds contempt for the thousands of Tommy supporters across the country.
Reply to @AlexFinnis on Twitter, and tell him what you think.