Thursday 11 March 2021
The week’s news has been dominated by a bombshell interview of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex by American celeb Oprah Winfrey, which saw explosive claims made about our monarchy on issues like race and mental health.
Despite left-wing gushing about the couple and demands that everybody take their word as gospel, polling shows that most Brits have little or no sympathy for the pampered pair – who have complained about being cut off by the Royal Family despite living in a multi-million pound house in the entertainment capital of the western world.
A number of questions have been raised about Meghan’s testimony by experts on royal affairs. The Duchess of Woke – who said at the outset of the interview that she did not even know she needed to curtsy to the Queen in private – appeared to suggest that her son had been denied the rank of prince even though royal protocol does not entitle him to the position.
She also claimed that she and Harry had secretly married three days before a lavish Royal Wedding that cost the taxpayer millions in policing costs – but how could she when, by her own account, the private ceremony did not involve two Church of England-mandated witnesses?
And now it has emerged that she took a number of foreign trips after marrying Harry despite claiming that she “didn’t see” her passport after it was seized for safekeeping by Palace aides. But “…it’s unthinkable she didn’t carry it for personal and private trips such as her New York baby shower, travelling to see friends in Canada, partying in Amsterdam and going to Lake Como with George Clooney” said royal expert Margaret Holder.
But these questions – and widespread public displeasure with the couple – did not save Piers Morgan from the woke mob. He took to Twitter in the wake of the interview to brand it “contemptible” and “an absolutely disgraceful betrayal of the Queen and the Royal Family.”
He also made his views felt on Good Morning Britain – his ITV breakfast show which drew monster ratings on the back of his comments, apparently beating its BBC competitor for the first time ever on Tuesday.
But he spectacularly quit after bosses at ITV bowed to pressure from 40,000 woke whingers who cried to Ofcom about his remarks. They asked him to apologise for stating his opinion, but brave Piers stuck to his guns and walked. It’s great to see a bit of backbone from a public figure like Morgan, and we hope to see him back on our TVs soon…
The response from Buckingham Palace was, of course, as dignified and classy as you would expect – refusing to be drawn into an unseemly war of words with the Hollywood-based pair while making it clear that “some recollections may vary”.
Prince William has now spoken out too, proudly declaring that “we are very much not a racist family”. Well said William!
We at Leave.EU are proud to support the Queen and the incredible work she has done for our country over her remarkable life. This week our side project, The Foxhole, published a celebration of her incredible record of public service and we look forward to celebrating her Platinum Jubilee next year with the rest of Britain’s patriotic silent majority – millions of ordinary Brits who love our monarch and are disgusted by the recent Hollywood gossip about the institution she’s stewarded brilliantly for nearly seventy years.
But while Harry and Meghan’s royal gossip has dominated the headlines, our so-called “friends” at the European Union certainly haven’t taken a break from their favourite pastime of utterly embarrassing themselves.
This week European Council President Charles Michel claimed that the UK had instituted a complete ban on the export of vaccines, in a desperate bid to distract attention from the EU’s disgraceful decision to block exports of life-saving jabs to Australia.
The UK, of course, has done no such thing, but has properly negotiated contracts with vaccine suppliers to ensure that our NHS is able to carry out our brilliant vaccine roll-out without shortages and delays.
Eurocrats were eventually forced into a grovelling U-turn, admitting that Brexit Britain hasn’t banned exports vaccine.
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