BBC Newsnight is planning a ‘hatchet job’ on UKIP leader Gerard Batten, as the party is set to take the local elections by storm, and obliterate the Tory Party.
The mouthpiece of the Establishment, the BBC contacted a lady who retired from Mr Battens employ in 2012.
The UKIP leader and MEP took to Twitter and said: “BBC2’s Newsnight is planning a hatchet job to try & damage UKIP’s in the locals on 2nd May.”
“They contacted a lady who retired from my employ in 2012.”
Mr Batten asked “What has this got to do with local politics?” and called for a scrap to the BBC licence fee, a key UKIP policy.
“This is from the state broadcaster paid for by YOUR taxes. Scrap the licence fee!” said the widely popular UKIP leader.
UKIP is set to obliterate the Tories in the upcoming local elections, as the Conservatives openly admit they think they will lose control of dozens of Councils across the UK over May’s Brexit Betrayal.
The Prime Minister was warned that UKIP had ‘risen from the dead’, largely in-part to her Brexit clusterfuck that has meant Britain is in a ‘Brexit limbo’ and has still not officially left the European Union.
The Sunday Times reported that “Council leaders have said they are preparing for heavy losses in local elections as voters are turning on the Tories after failing to leave the EU on time.”