NUMBER Ten has banned ministers from appearing on Good Morning Britain after the embattled ITV morning show was accused of a “shocking” amount of sensationalism over the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Piers Morgan has been repeatedly slammed by right-wingers after he lost his balance and returned to what he’s best at… leftie tabloid fake news.
Morgan was accused of “misjudging the mood of the nation” after attacks on Tory Ministers, the Sick Prime Minister and the hugely popular Government amid the pandemic.
Piers, 58 was involved with a spat the other week with right-wing blogger and vlogger Paul Joseph Watson after the GMB host went after President Trump in a Daily Mail column.
GMB’s also ratings also saw a 42% drop in April – partly to do with his ‘bully-boy’ tactics against Tory ministers.
Morgan, who took a break from the breakfast show last week in a ‘Coronavirus Scare’ took to Twitter to brand Boris and the PM’s aide Dominic Cummings “Cowards” as they fought back against the rabid fake news media.
The former Daily Mirror editor, 58 who was fired after publishing fake images of Brit troops abusing Iraqi prisoners at the height of the Iraq war blasted Boris on Twitter: “The UK Govt has banned any ministers from appearing on @GMB after a series of them made complete fools of themselves in the face of basic & important questions”
“This is a pathetic & cowardly response to THEIR shameful incompetence. cc @BorisJohnson. @10DowningStreet “
He moaned: “Yes, @GMB viewers will now be less well informed about a national health emergency because Govt kept sending out mediocre junior ministers who couldn’t answer simple questions – as senior ministers hid away, reluctant to face any tough questioning. It’s cowardly, @BorisJohnson.”