BBC Panorama has been accused of colluding with the far-left after journalist John Sweeney was allegedly caught meeting with far-left activist, Mike Stuchbery.
Activist Danny Tommo took to Facebook and accused the Mike Stuchbery of meeting with John Sweeney.
He wrote: “John Sweeney was EXPOSED by #TommyRobinson for making racist, homophobic & classiest comments.
Mike is supposed to be AGAINST racism/homophobia, So why is he meeting with Sweeney?”
Earlier this week, Mr Robinson turned up outside Mike’s house, after Mike was accused of ‘doxxing’ his address along with other far-left activists and a lawyer who represents members of ISIS.
Tommy, 36 said that the far-left activists had put an “innocent family and children in danger”.
Mr Stuchbery ‘live-tweeted’ the events and accused Tommy of ‘calling the old bill’ despite the activist being onboard a flight from Finland when the incident took place, it was not the first time the far-left activist has been involved in a ‘doxxing’ Robinson’s address.
The event, that was live-streamed by ‘Resisting Hate’ and promoted by far-left activists such as Mike Stuchbery and a small left-wing blog was criticised by Mr Robinson who said that the group had ‘intimidated his family.”
In February, activist Tommy Robinson exposed the BBC and their ‘fake news’ tricks, and this latest revelation has into question the BBC’s so-called impartiality.
Robinson, 36 held a massive rally outside the BBC’s Salford Offices last month, which saw him become a more powerful voice than the BBC’s propaganda machine.
Eight thousand working-class Brits rocked up outside the BBC’s Salford HQ at MediaCity and saw a blockbuster expose on the Panorama documentary strand, that had been working to ‘bring down Tommy Robinson,’ but only brought down trust in the BBC.
Evidence was shown that revealed members from the far-left group Hope Not Hate urging a former Tommy Robinson employee to ‘create incriminating fake texts from Tommy’ to be used in the BBC documentary on the activist.
Despite the BBC’s promise that its long-running Panorama strand would follow the BBC’s “strict editorial guidelines”, Mr Robinson along with the help of former employees exposed Panorama’s journalist John Sweeney, as he attempted to create false narratives and used racial, homophobic and anti-working class slurs and fleeced taxpayers of their Licence Fee cash with lavish lunches.
Sweeney along with Hope Not Hate allegedly tried to force an ex-employee of Robinson to allege ‘Harvey Weinstein Style’ sexual abuse, all of the fake news was caught by undercover cameras.
Sweeney also revealed that one of his political heroes was the former head of the IRA terror group, Martin McGuinness.
The BBC said in response to the expose: “The BBC strongly rejects any suggestion that our journalism is ‘faked’ or biased.”
“Any programme we broadcast will adhere to the BBC’s strict editorial guidelines.”
“Some of the footage which has been released was recorded without our knowledge during this investigation and John Sweeney made some offensive and inappropriate remarks, for which he apologises. BBC Panorama’s investigation will continue.”
Across social media, BBC accounts were inundated with comments supporting Robinson, even the BBC’s Panorama account on Facebook was hit with a massive backlash.