Jason M SilvermanGovernments should force all children to be vaccinated, unless there is pre-existing reason to suspect individual intolerance. Vaccinations only work by having a critical mass of society vaccinated.99 · 26 minutes ago
Shianne OwenA wise move. You can live off the grid if you don’t want to take precautions, not just for your children, but for others with a compromised immune system.87 · 30 minutes ago
Lev PavlovskiThis is the only logical step. Parents, reading absolute nonsense online and as a result not vaccinating their children, are a threat to their children and indeed us all. We are talking about diseases that we nearly eradicated, but are having a come-back because of people exacerbating the vaccine’s side-effects out of all reasonable proportions.47 · 26 minutes ago
Jamie Michael SavilleBeing a parent doesn’t make you special. It doesn’t mean you automatically know what is best for your child. The best thing you can do for your child is listen to the advice of experts who have devoted their lives to understanding the way yours and your child’s bodies work.
Vaccines are as safe as any other pharmaceutical. Yes there are people who can’t be vaccinated due to various reasons, but that’s more reason for everybody else to be vaccinated so that these people can be protected by herd immunity.
All these parents saying the government has no right to tell you how to raise your child. The government tells you to send your child to school and not to abuse them, which is fine. Government tells you not to medically neglect your child? Ohhhh too far apparently.28 · 15 minutes ago
Christiane RoSorry BBC News, but (unfortunately) not true. Parents will have to prove they went to a doctor and had a consultation on vaccinations in order not to be fined. There (still) is no obligation to actually vaccinate your kids 🙄10 · 27 minutes ago
Katie CutlerGood and hopefully this will be rolled out in the UK. So irresponsible to not vaccinate. Herd immunity is so very important to protect those in our society with compromised/weakened immune systems and to whom these diseases can be absolutely life threatening.8 · 22 minutes ago
Jake FlowersGood. They should suffer a penalty for putting the health of other children at risk.42 · 29 minutes ago
Rita BrownDon’t think people realise that children can die from measles. Become blind/deaf .etc.I had measles when i was 7.Never been so ill.I am 56 .No vaccine than.Never questioned it to let both my sons being vaccinated. Youngest son suffers from Autism1 · 14 minutes ago
Lazaros PapapetrouMany parents raise, essentially brainwashing their kids, from a young age to be communist or capitalist, christian or muslim, believe in astrology or alternative medicine – the list goes on and on. It doesn’t surprise me in the slightest, that some parents choose not to vaccinate their kids based on their false and misguided beliefs.2 · 19 minutes ago
Jonny KnightChildren that are not vaccinated are less likely to become autistic, less likely because they’re more likely to be dead. Vaccinate your kids17 · 24 minutes ago
Sarah LauritzenI’d pay the fine. No government has the right to tell or demand any parent vaccinate a child or adult.28 · 29 minutes ago
Fabian HanederWhich is of course entirely untrue. Parents who refuse vaccination counseling before registering their children for a kindergarten will be fined, whether or not you actually vaccinate your children will still be up to you.17 minutes ago
Warren LoyerYou won’t get a vaccine because it’s not "healthy" but you’ll destroy a number 4 on the McDonalds menu, go to the bar, smoke another cig, etc. Come on people…14 minutes ago
Seán HassettWe vaccinate children for the same reason we feed them, care for them, teach them, have special car seats for them, have crossing guards at busy intersections near schools for them, etc. Not vaccinating without medical reasons is just another form of neglect.11 minutes ago
Enoque Júnio CaladoThey’re free to move to Papua New Guine if they find vaccinations to be a cause of illness. I’m sure the life expectancy in a country without efficient healthcare is way higher than in Germany.4 minutes ago
Edith Haewrong. German parents who refuse to attend an informing appointment on vaccination, face fines. After the consultation, they may still refuse to have their child vaccinated.3 · 21 minutes ago
Tina RobertsNot all children can have vaccines. My son is 1 of them, so according to some idiots on here that makes me a murderer??? Ever seen a kid have a fit from a vaccine ? No , well I have. I was advised he shouldn’t have them ! Bunch of sheep all do as they are told without actually knowing all the facts and what exactly they are putting in their children bodies !!!1 · 8 minutes ago
Megan AlvesBut let’s bring refugees here who most likely have not been vaccinated also with exposure to who knows from their countries & no one cares.
Just pump our citizens with vaccines lol2 · 8 minutes ago
Ian ClarkBig Brother strikes again! Disturbing how many vaccination nazis there are out there too. If these people had lived in the middle ages they would have had so many courses of leaches they’d have had no blood left at all. Kids always got measles and their immune systems fought it off. These days some people expect to go through life with no illness, taking vaccines and antibiotics at the drop of a hat and then they wonder why their immune systems completely fail them when needed. More people than ever before now suffer from auto-immune system illnesses. Vaccination by CHOICE is one thing. Vaccination by FORCE is entirely anther. Slippery slope when The State decides what’s best for you. Made worse by the large percentage of gullible idiots who obey unquestioningly and proceed to act as proxy sheepdog to the rest of the flock who question it. I wonder if there’s a vaccination against stupidity?1 · 6 minutes ago
Ritchel Basoi dont get this fear from vaccines, all my peers in the 90s and me had it and i think our local clinics also inject kids with it in my 3rd world country. we are all fine… i just cant see why theres this info circulating around that it is bad for kids, probably those people who believe whatever the internet throws at them9 minutes ago
Michael Melad RasheedNew terrorist attack on Christians in Egypt on their way to St Samuel the confessor ,Mountain of Qualamon, ElMynia governorate many people were killed as well as kids. RIP. Support us support Egypt support the Christian people all over the world.2 · 23 minutes ago
John GlennonUnvaccinated refugees and their children, on the other hand, will receive a bigger apartment and an apology from the German government.3 · 18 minutes ago
Sharon GreeningDictating to parents. Not good. Understand the vaccination but NOT the ordering or fining.YOU WILL DO AS YOU ARE TOLD10 · 29 minutes ago
Tom FirthWhy would anyone refuse something that could potentially save your child’s life????12 · 27 minutes ago
Kaleb SveiksTheirs a reason the US has a supplemented lawsuit program specifically for vaccine lawsuits, it averages around 200 billion a year and all payouts are accompanied with gag orders. HRSA.com is the national vaccine settlement program lol. But yes they are just so great for everyone. And yes they were at a time, but they are obviously abused and over supplemented like the HPV which is less than 30 percent effective. Don’t forget that good old autism rate that has direct correlation between vaccinations and ratio of autistic children, almost identical and to a. Very accurate scaling factor. If all the kids are vaccinated around the kids who are not vaccinated, and are so great? Then why are their outbreaks….:..::?23 minutes ago
Karram ShafoJustin Trudeau and his gang gives Candian visa and citiznship to radical Islamists and deny it for Christians from the Middle East. Today tens of Coptic children were killed in Egypt by radical Islamists terrorists. Could the liberals be more careless? Chritians in the Middle East are perscuted in thier countries by the terrorists and in the West by the globalist elite.39 · 50 minutes ago
Michael DanzerYes Trudeau has promised bold ideas but 2 years as PM and not much that he has promised has been fulfilled. The new conservative leader will have a big advantage and a capability to defeat Trudeau in 201913 · 50 minutes ago
Whestley SpanglerDude, he’s so universally popular, there are millions of Americans who want to surrender to Canada so HE can be our leader, not that other dimwit! I’ve already memorized "O’ Canada" and have been practicing my "eh’s" and "ouuut’s"! 😉an practicing my French (je me souviens! and more useful phrases like ‘baise toi!’). Oh, and I already do like hockey (Go Sens!). I’m actually a Caps fan, but I’m for anything that brings down the Pens!
In all seriousness, Trudeau is the head of state every country should want. Canada is quite fortunate to have such a progressive voice leading their people. They are the envy of the world right now.14 · 41 minutes ago
David KennedyHere’s a plan … if you can’t think of any just reason to take him down do what every other country does. Create a smear campaign and start telling lies, make something up and make it stick, there are prenty of world leaders out there that could give some advice on how to do it.9 · 53 minutes ago
Nathan HanscomTrudeau is a master at public manipulation. He offers candy instead of substance, and people won’t be giving that up anytime soon. Even if he has broken one of his major promises of electoral reform.31 · 53 minutes ago
Stephen HarteryPeople who are awake in Canadian politics know how trudeau came to power. In actually fact it was timing and targeting of a certain voting class. Time is a funny thing, it helps expose leadership roles and broken promises. Attitudes of voting power in the last election in fact are changing again ! trudeau is becoming a victim of his own politics but time will tell. The fiscal debt is rising faster and further away from management, the tax burden upon Canadians will increase, noting that Canadians are already at a high cost of living. The growth of the economy is low. The energy sector is divided within federal and provincial levels of differing govt. (energy has become landlocked). The PC culture and I don’t mean progressive conservative political party is creating a divide. The internal politics of the liberals are being exposed but what do you expect from a self righteous privileged leader than was a transient in school and has never held a leadership role in Canadian society. Using the nepotism of his fathers politics and the liberal party exposing his speech at his father funeral as a platform for a son later rise to politics. It was bestowed upon him through social media and the void that Canadian politics was going through looking for a change. Reality is setting in and people are becoming Woke!!1 · 26 minutes ago
Giovanni Franca MarrellaI’ll take my chances with JT…as a life long conservative what did it do for me, nothing! First time voting Liberal after years of giving my vote and trust to the PC.
If JT disappoints in 4 years, I have the option to vote for another party, maybe this time I’ll go NDP or Green….I’ll wait and see!👍🏻3 · 20 minutes ago
Alan PerryAnother term?????can you imagine the debt load future Canadians would have to clean up. Canada cannot afford another term with the boy king in charge.3 · 42 minutes ago
Barry SharpIs the BBC News meddling in foreign elections? Most Canadians hate Trudeau. Full of broken promises and weak on security and immigration. He is irrelevant and there will be a new conservative leader.16 minutes ago
David WongI really like this Canadian PM cool guy and one heck of a leader!! Strong leader just like Trump but totally different style!! America needed a Trump and Canada needed a Trudeau and both got them!!2 · 29 minutes ago
Sascha KerskenDear Canada, you seem to have a problem: as the comments below clearly show, right-wing trolls and hatebots of both Team Trump and Team Putin have begun to spread lies and poisonous propaganda. Don’t listen to them. These people never have your, or even their, country’s best interest in mind, but only the personal power and earnings of their Beloved Leaders.4 · 43 minutes ago
Dimitris BantounasWaiting until Islamism reaches Canada, in times of need people always turn Conservative, solidarity doesn’t keep coffins empty.14 · 53 minutes ago
Steven HayesThis Clown is another out of control Liberal. He took us from a Surplus to over $0 Billion in debt the first year he got in to pay his buddies that helped to get him in. He also went from an election promise of deficits of only 3-4 years to now going until at least 2055? We also have illegals sneaking into Canada every night and Trudeau just laughs about it when asked what he’s doing? Yep, the Liberals are back in Canada alright.18 minutes ago
Anthony FranjIn short no, too much charisma, too popular, this guy is a fairytale prince charming come to life, unless this guy steps down voluntarily I see him in power for decades if he wishes.3 · 45 minutes ago
Martin Landersultra populist leotard too scared to make any hard calls who’s mother partied with the rolling stones instead of supporting his fathers election campaign – serial career politician with no life experience [populist yes man ultra flog …the world will see , all these qassshoiles will be exposed5 minutes ago
Pete LeclairAre you kidding me. He was only elected because of Marijuana legalization. Promises of of transparency and opened books for creating jobs.But with all of the above mentioned ! The only thing transparent is pot smoking for tax revenues.
The immigration policy has opened doors to all kinds of crime and no one will ever convince me that illegals now in Canada are murdering wannabes.
We are due for an attack. Our Christian values are slipping to Islamic values that are changing the way thinking in government is done….. No he will not be elected again……..1 · 18 minutes ago
Joanne MillsThere has been yet another attack on Christians in the Middle East and I wonder if the media giants in the UK will report this?2 · 40 minutes ago
Ronny RanadiveMaybe most candidates are too stupid to beat another idiot . he is the very personification of a liberal jerk.12 · 55 minutes ago
Tiffany Jo WighamMore hate is not the answer, but peace, blah, blah, coexist, more hugs and love….etc. doesn’t work! People need to met in the middle and tear wahabbism from its roots and away from islam. People need to listen more to muslim reformers who want this crap gone from their religion!79 · 2 hours ago
Ally Browne100% of jihadists are Muslim. That’s an inconvenient fact Muslim have to address. As do the neo left apologists, and yes 100% terrorism might not be from Muslim literalism but it is the single biggest problem we face today in regards to a threat to our way of life and freedom to think81 · 2 hours ago
Amanda ZavodnickIt might be heartwarming, but from what I’ve read, they traveled there together. Friends being friends is very different than two strangers providing one another comfort. Misleading images and headline never tell the real story.38 · 2 hours ago
Safiera AdillaWhen John commits crime, John is responsible. But when Abdullah commits crime, Islam is responsible. I’m Moslem and Quran never teach me to kill ppl. It teach me that if I kill one p, it’s the same if I kill all ppl in the world. And suicide in Islam is a big big big sin that Allah won’t forgive you. If I made a mistake, blame me, not my religion. If you want to know about the real Islam, pls read the Quran, not the followers. Salam57 · 2 hours ago
Siavash EsbatiBut hey, let’s do the terrorists’ work for them by dividing ourselves and the society for cheap political points. Sounds like an excellent way to defeat terrorism!38 · 2 hours ago
Esther RiversWhen are we going to start talking about the fact that we can connect with human beings who are muslims, and still criticise the negative and harmful aspects of Islam?? It doesn’t have to be hate them or stand with them. We don’t look at other people of faith and see ‘only a christian’ or ‘only a jew’. We see a person. We can oppose the discrimination and bullying of human beings while still being intellectually critical of the problems within Islam. Let’s use our brains.18 · 2 hours ago
Judith CurlThis is so important to see that there is caring between the people of Manchester regardless of who you are. We can all live this way and it is an inspiration to see these pictures.11 · 2 hours ago
Sue EcclesI see one person consoling and helping another person.
Why have we all become so hung up on religion defining who we are. That man there is a gentleman helping an elderly lady as she grieves. That vile human on Monday may claim "he is muslin" but I can’t see how any religion would hate anyone enough to want them dead or severely hurt especially the younger generation. He hid behind something which he can then claim is the reason he mutilated and killed people nothing more nothing less7 · 1 hour ago
Paula SkyrmeSo why isn’t the whole story on here, They are from Rochdale and they belong to a group who all meet, she is 91/93 years old, Jewish and he is Muslim. I know this from watching Victoria Derbyshire yesterday.6 · 2 hours ago
Abdul BaladiI just wanna give this message to the world that Terrorists are Terrorists, they have no religion, no Faith and no humanity… They are the followers of Satan… No religion teaches terrorism and hate… Those who died at Manchester Arena are like my brothers sisters and my family…My heart goes out to families who have lost their loved ones… Please identify a terrorist as a terrorist by his brutal act not by his name or religion…7 · 1 hour ago
Shelby Brianne EicherWow I clicked on this article because of the headline, but I am inspired by the whole story. Cabs turning off their meters, residents opening up their homes to strangers, blood donations so large ppl have to come back later to donate. It’s beautiful a community can band together in this tragic time5 · 1 hour ago
Tricia BrancatellaPeople need to realize that it is radical extremists that are responsible for this hate, and level of evil to murder children randomly……extremists are found in all hate groups–this group just hates by authority of their God. Not all Muslims are extremists and murderers though! We must separate the religion from the extremist murderers.3 · 2 hours ago
Melanie BrewerThese two are friends anyway, they are part of a group who are forging ties between different religions x
There are good and bad people in every religion x8 · 2 hours ago
Rob SavilleThe worst of humanity can bring out the best of humanity. I find that so strange. Why must we have bad things happen in order to see the best of humanity.6 · 2 hours ago
Carol HydesI keep saying it we are all human beings so to help another should be normal why mention even that she is a Jew and he is a Muslim this is what we have to stop labels why carnt we all just be HUMANS !!!! !3 · 1 hour ago
Usman MahmoodI dont understand why people come together like this only when under fear or in pain, maybe its human psychology BUT cant we translate this unity against the governments especially uk and us government to stop the wars everywhere ESPECIALLY now that we know about chilcot inquiry where tony blair attacked iraq for wrong reasons and now usa is selling 110 billion worth of arms to the same country they and the muslims blame for spreading hate and terrorism ! How idiot do these governments think we humans are ????
#manchesterattack3 · 1 hour ago
Gary BlackmoreIt’s a lovely image but, to me, no great revelation because I see the majority of people in my home town of Birmingham getting on just fine regardless of race, religion, gender etc but the everyday coexistence and little acts of kindness don’t get reported.3 · 2 hours ago
Jean JJ FourieWhy is it that a simple picture of someone who cares is going viral? People should behave in a kind manner all the time, this is not something extraordinary, this is how things are suppose to be all the time.6 · 2 hours ago
Alexander Perry MorrisReligion, awe-triggering fairytales which bring nothing but destruction in this world. I struggle to find why I should celebrate this behaviour as it should be the norm that humans don’t kill each other over who has the right imaginary friend.2 · 53 minutes ago
Agnès Fontana WynhantManchester people are teaching the world a lesson…. Stop being afraid and talk to your neighbor, even if they’re wearing a beard, a hidjab, a kippa or a cross4 · 45 minutes ago
Robyn JankelJust an update on the meaning of "free speech" for those who appear confused. The right to free speech means that you can criticise the government and not be punished for it. It doesn’t mean that you can say or do whatever you want without consequences. LBC is a private employer and perfectly within its rights to fire someone who doesn’t represent them in the way they wish to be seen. This isn’t an attack against free speech. It’s the justifiable and natural consequences to being an ignorant, hate-filled bigot.2292 · 3 hours ago
Peter TwibyCome on LBC, you can’t hire a fame hungry vile gobshite who will say anything just for a reaction and then fire her when she does exactly that.463 · 3 hours ago
Tom NewtonThis is a defeat for free speech and a victory for politically correct nonsense. Disgraceful!402 · 3 hours ago
Matt HallidayThe reaction to terrorism in the UK reminds me of a woman who makes excuses for her husband when he beats her. Children have just been slaughtered, but hurt feelings and offensive tweets are seen to be where the focus is. Give me a break. The country has gone mad!244 · 3 hours ago
Mathew WhiteDo I like Katie Hopkins – NO. Do I think she is a reasonable person – NO. Do I think she has the right to express her opinion (no matter how much I might not like it) – Absolutely YES. Free speech is vital and as Voltaire once said "I Disapprove of What You Say, But I Will Defend to the Death Your Right to Say It"243 · 3 hours ago
Anthony BariekIf a Muslim hate preacher called for the extermination of all none Muslims, would that be acceptable under "freedom of speech", no it wouldn’t, so why do people think this woman’s call for the extermination of all Muslims (that’s what the final solution means) is acceptable?135 · 3 hours ago
Natasha AkhtarI cannot decide what is worse. What Katie Hopkins tweeted or the sheer number of British adults who don’t know what the Final Solution is? When did such ignorance and stupidity become mainstream?90 · 3 hours ago
Charlotte LathamGood riddance, she’s a horrible excuse for a human being221 · 3 hours ago
Timmy ValionisToo many people think free speech means others must listen. It doesn’t. Free speech gives us the right to tell this scum to bugger off, which is what we’ve done. It’s a victory for free speech.76 · 3 hours ago
Alastair JohnsonHopkins is a hate mongerer. Yes allow free speech but she deserved the sack and those who defend her or share her extremist views also should take a deep deep look at themselves. We have free speech so she can say what she wants, but there are consequences, for herself and society.40 · 3 hours ago
Jamie HankinsA lot of people here seem to have confused the right to free expression and the right to get paid to express those views.
There’s a fairly big difference. Everyone should have an unconditional right to genuine self-expression. No one has an automatic right to be paid to broadcast their views on a radio station.37 · 3 hours ago
Dave SouthPeople supporting her either don’t know what the "Final Solution" was or are advocating Hitler’s policies. Either way she’s completely in the wrong and deserves banning from all forms of media. Maybe prosecuted for inciting racial hatred…35 · 3 hours ago
Kay TeeSince when was the word "controversial" used to define a racist and hateful person?? Spewing hatred and intolerance should never be allowed. Anywhere!26 · 2 hours ago
Mark WollenBy final solution maybe she just meant all known terrorists, terrorist sympathisers and people known to have travelled to Iraq & Syria and are now back in the U.K. should be rounded up and incarcerated indefinitely. If there are 3000 known individuals out there why are they on the streets? Why don’t we lock them up. The world/UK would be a much safer place if we did just that. Rather than waiting for another attack to happen and finding out that the individual was known to the authorities!21 · 3 hours ago
Andrew El-HomossaniFreedom of speech doesn’t necessarily mean you can call for a final solution. There are lines you can’t cross. Replace muslims with pretty much any other group and most people wouldn’t be so upset with her dismissal.19 · 3 hours ago
Mike GreenI don’t like the woman, but she gets the sack and is being investigated by the police for her remarks. However, it seems to be okay for extremists to stand on street corners and shout death to our police and endorse terrorism, they seem to get away with that.21 · 2 hours ago
Non Conforming ForsythI’d stick her inside for preaching racial hate. Vile individual, hope she’s true to her word and leaves .Britain after Corbyn is voted in18 · 3 hours ago
Terry AshleyWether she’s right or wrong, she has a right to say it, how many hate filled religious preachers walk up and down the road ranting and raving …. do they get into trouble? No!16 · 3 hours ago
Elgan BachgenSo much for free speech?
I’m not defending her, as 99.9% of what she says is pish, but she should be allowed to say what she likes, that why they hired her I assume?17 · 3 hours ago
Janet JamesSorry to see you go Katie, always enjoyed your talks, even if I did not always agree. I liked the fact that you spoke out, some people don’t like to hear the truth. Some people don’t like opinionated people, they feel threatened by it. You were always polite to people when they had a different opinion. Anyway hopefully you will find your place somewhere where it is appreciated.12 · 3 hours ago
Franklyn Thompsoni agree with Free speech but totally disagree with speech in order to entice hatred, which she did on a continuous basis and got away with it.9 · 3 hours ago
Gordon MacLeodIt’s only a breach of free speech when the government shuts you up.
She’s still 100% free to say what she wants, she’s just no longer being paid by LBC to do it.
I chose to mute her professional trolling mouth years ago.10 · 2 hours ago
Simon McClellandI’m sorry, but if she had of said Endlösung then this would be valid, you can’t stop using words because they translate to some thing used by the nazi’s, we do need a solution that works, so would be a final one as no other solution beyond this would be required 😩10 · 3 hours ago
Popal Sameem35 civilians has been killed today after US air strike
anyone heard about it ? Ahhh nah they are from middle east. Nobody talks about that. No body is concerned about that.64 · 4 hours ago
Grzegorz NawrockiWow! that will stop terrorist once for all! And maybe do some silent march through the city. When they will see so many people walking in silence maybe they will understand that is wrong what they are doing?46 · 3 hours ago
Aaron Daniel ByrneThis Manchester bee tattoo tokenistic gesture, is nothing more than a delusionsal moral platitude on a grandiose scale that will do nothing to combat Islamic Terrorism. ‘apathy and tolerance are virtues of a dying society’ – Aristotle47 · 3 hours ago
Cassie BurfordNo it’s not going to stop them bombing us but the money it is helping to raise for the victims and their families can only be a good thing15 · 4 hours ago
Charlie May Louise HamerPeople need to realise this isn’t to "stop terrorism". But to show remembrance and support for those effected. Just how a pink ribbon is for cancer. How a yellow daffodil is for Marie Curie and so on.1 · 43 minutes ago
Andy BlackSuch a positive little bit of news. Something that people who were there, be it concert goers, paramedics, police etc should like to use as a small emblem of remembrance. And it raises money for the bereaved families. But look, here come the haters and the cynics.3 · 3 hours ago
Yarthing RaikhanThose people who got this tattoo is like the preacher with an AK47 beside him who kept praying for the killing to stop while women and children are being slaughtered in the next room. #cuckbrits4 · 3 hours ago
Susan PutnamSorry.. how will this help the people that have passed away, or the people that are seriously injured..please we need to do more to stop all this violence going on around the world. Tattoos are definitely not the answer to resolving the problem.2 · 1 hour ago
Niki BushThats the one thing evil doers dont get. When tragedy happens, we dont scatter, we gather and unite. We come together to become stronger. They may scar us, but they will never ever break us.1 hour ago
Annmarie HowardThe fact that this idea is raising money for the victims is the ONLY thing that raises this above the level of the usual acts of "defiance" against terrorism that are otherwise useless.26 minutes ago
Daniel MatthewJust waiting for the next one.. if this is what we’re doing to act….. sorry but profile pictures and things like this do nothing!! Too many people playing the victims…1 · 51 minutes ago
Jayne CookePeople feel so powerless against terrorism. This is something they feel they can do to register their disgust with terrorists and to show they would like to live in a better world. Please stop the cynicism.3 · 2 hours ago
Janie RitsonWell done to all who are RAISING MONEY FOR THE FAMILIES by having this tattoo done. It shows the families that we are united, and that we care. To all of you with your sarcastic comments about how it’s not going to stop terrorism, IT’S NOT BEING DONE FOR THAT REASON, GET IT??4 · 3 hours ago
Damian MossI’m sorry the British are dealing with this…I’m 44 I grew up on….the smith’s and new order here in USA, which as you know are Manchester legends.1 · 2 hours ago
Ritu BaliBee tattoo is a sign to remember the sad incidence but steps should be to curb terrorism otherwise there will be tattoos all over the body .2 · 3 hours ago
Stephanie PaigeNow all we need to do is to make heart signs with our hands and light lighters ( which would probably be confiscated by security so we wouldn’t light the building on fire, the SAME security which opens the exit gates early and let the terrorists kill the children ) at the next Katy Perry concert. That’ll show ’em!3 · 3 hours ago
Frances DiSalvoPpl of Manchester and US, all around the World should demand their leaders STOP allowing this to happen. They knew who this guy WAS, he was on their "List" – WHAT A USELESS LIST -since nothing happens until IT IS TOO LATE.3 hours ago
Chris WhiteThere is one thing missing from all of this – righteous anger. This is a sad thing to see, an acceptance of these things as if they are an act of god – a typhoon, or earthquake. Everyone acts like there is no-one to blame. In the end, with all of the civilization backing us, we are still just animals. Some will be predators, the rest will be prey. Which are you?16 minutes ago
Kelly OrchiNow those scumbags scum of the earth (terrorist ) will see the bee tattoos and stop…NOT
what a way to cover your body with tattoo because ya’ all will need a new tattoo soon maybe a piglets head which will add nor remove nothing from they ideology47 minutes ago
Abbie SteeleIt’s raising money for the victims families and the people involved on the day. There are different initiatives around the city to raise money. A pub near mine, 5 minutes away from the children’s hospital/A&E has raised £10,000 and have been giving free foods and drink to those involved that night. People just are wanting to show our community will not let this separate our multicultural/wide demographic society.. we’re everyone else is different and so it’s easy for everyone integrate. I come from a part of the UK originally where anyone who is different is segregated in society, i have witnessed the bullying and intimidation from the society for people being a different nationality.. trans gender.. looking different or a different religion etc.. this happens everyday of their lives.. which is disturbing to see. It’s why Manchester is beautiful in this sense and those bee’s are symbolic of that now ☺. It’s more the people on the outer burrows subject to this behaviour their entire lives who are isolated, either poorly education or their mental health hasn’t had the attention needed.. are prey.
Really investment in education, mental health and encouraging everyone in our country to treat everyone without a label.. and just as another human being.. in the long term will crush extremism.. also it will stand out who in society are like this.. if they’re against this.2 hours ago
Tito Dhe MaliUntill laws are updated to deal , prevent today’s forms of attacks, this cowardness and stupidity will not end.. Let’s change the laws and make attackers or more precise loser’s families responsible and somehow punished in such even, and that will prevent future attacks immensely as family and friends would rush to warn the cops before anything happens.. It does work in many countries, even a democracy like Japan has a similar law. Desperate times require desperate measures.. to prevent more innocent life1 hour ago
George ChambersThat’s it! That’s the solution to the problem of radical Islamic terrorism! Let’s all get a tattoo and pretend it never happened.59 minutes ago
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Stella ŠibancNice. I like it. But what kind od tattoo will people have for victims in Syria ?17 · 4 hours ago
Joe WoodHere we go, 22 People have been murdered some children, But we all must be calm. So lets get bee tattoos. British people" it’s no wonder the world walks all over you.
By the way that looks like a bloody wasp.36 minutes ago
Rahul Kumar ChoudharyMarvelous and really most admirable collection of art… this is also an inspiration for the upcoming artists in the world…..All the very best and my greetings…..Thanks1 · 4 hours ago
Nici AndersonDrug use is for the birds. Though I suppose I shouldn’t pigeonhole it. But I heard it can make people flighty.
To be honest, I don’t give a flock what other people do. I’m just winging these puns.501 · 6 hours ago
Seth ReardonI don’t want to tell you your jobs here, but perhaps instead of telling the media you could attach a gps homing beacon and see where the bird was going…184 · 5 hours ago
Benjamin BrittonThe bird didn’t reveal his handlers or destination, not being a stool pigeon.131 · 6 hours ago
Nausheen MirzaAll pigeons report to border police before crossing … which country the pigeon belonged to … might belong to extreme Islamic state… Muslim terrorist .. jail all pigeons now42 · 5 hours ago
Dave ChrispIt was captured during a military coo86 · 6 hours ago
Momo Lairah VexOur economy is falling apart, perhaps the pigeon had to take such a risk to feed its family!! Am in a dilemma though, how did they know that it was that specific bird carrying drugs🤷🏾♀️🙆🏾44 · 6 hours ago
Jason Pape‘All my cell mate does is sit and peck at the window sill.’
‘We’ve been trying to break the little buzzard for hours, but he just isn’t talking.’12 · 4 hours ago
Tracey AnnThe drug addiction epidemic is a whole world problem. We need to work harder to support and rehabilitate those addicted and address the causes of addiction for people. This will help dissolve supplier power.12 · 5 hours ago
Tobias NicolHistory repeating itself. How do you finance a war without banks?
Slaves, rare or precious metals, drugs, arms and explosives.
Sorry, I forgot gems and cultural treasures.
So, drop those filthy birds.
PS: The freight’s weight should not exceed that of a coconut.6 · 5 hours ago
Levi G. PhiriThis is ruining the reputation of innocent pigeons by drug dealers, hope it will not be sentenced life imprisonment with hard labour.15 · 5 hours ago
Sabrina Kaitlin Abiageal LimPigeon, You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed to you. Do you understand these rights as I have read them to you?3 · 2 hours ago
Gina McDermottSee, Ben there are others out there on my animal exploitative wavelength too (let’s ignore the fact they’re crims and concentrate on the Maccas’ nugget possibilities yea)3 · 5 hours ago
Jay BerlusconiHow is that possible the bird got caught? If birds fly high in the sky and they are always aware of preys.. I guess the bird just snitched on the drug dealers maybe they ain’t giving the bird his own cut of the deal 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣2 · 2 hours ago
Pauline Gaerlangreat job mainstream media…great.job. now you’ve given crooks in all corners of the world ideas on how to transport drugs…or maybe they already know, what the heck…7 · 5 hours ago
Ahmed MohammedThat is nothing!!! India caught a super spy pigeon who was spying for Pakistan and did not say a word while under sever interrogation and in the end India had to let it go.4 · 5 hours ago
Bernadette YennyThis pigeon has been trained to do deliveries. Too bad irresponsible people using the "special skill" of bird for bad things like that. 🕊🕊🕊9 · 5 hours ago
Dhwanit ZaveriRiana Mahtani… i remember we could donate money to your silent fund raiser through pigeon… apparently drug transfers work the same way :P1 · 6 hours ago
Jayne BarnesLucy Hemmings I’ll lend you the book I’ve just bought at the airport – Narco Nomics How to run a drug cartel by Tom Wainwright 😂😂14 minutes ago
Carmen JordanThat pigeon is in serious trouble. They better jail him asap, because otherwise he could be a flight risk.11 · 6 hours ago
Karen Mccauley BarnesJust make sure the bird is in a safe place or else he’ll be flogged and beheaded…. They’re gonna say the bird is American or from the Western world6 · 5 hours ago
Well I didn’t think I was looking at a tiny back pack at first glance.2 · 5 hours ago
Hayden CahillNow every bird flying across the border will be caught and inspected.5 · 5 hours ago
Julian GilbertWhy does the BBC conspire in the silence on those commuting suicide after DWP cuts to the disabled.
Many more die than from terrorism but the BBC is complicit in not reporting the facts.2 hours ago
Rosemary HillIf only it were that simple, Mr Corbyn. Islamic State doesn’t slaughter the innocent in the UK just because they hate British foreign policy. That’s the excuse, not the reason. They slaughter the innocent because they hate YOU – and me, and every one of the 22 dead in Manchester. They hate us because our skins are white and we aren’t Muslim. They hate us because we live differently from them, dress differently from them, enjoy ourselves differently from them, have different values from them. And while we’re here, let me add that they hate their fellow-Muslims, those who DON’T subscribe to their savagery, evrey inch as much. The root cause for their action is deep-rooted, intense, visceral hatred for everything we all are. They hate and resent our very existence. You can withdraw every British soldier from the Middle East and let the inter-ethnic, inter-sectarian slaughter go on unchecked. You can refuse to sell the Saudis so much as another Swiss Army knife and cut diplomatic relations with Israel. You can comply on your knees with every demand they make. And it won’t change their attitude one iota.212 · 6 hours ago
Jamie DonaldsonCorbyn is right. The destruction of Libya gave these groups a save haven and room to breath. Along with the policy of supporting "moderate" rebels in Syria.
If you fund terrorists you’re gona get terrorism.117 · 6 hours ago
James GrantRiiiiight because before the west went to war in the Middle East they left us alone…. oh wait, nope, they did not. That’s right before 9/11 hundreds of westerners died in the 90s thanks to Islamic terrorists. It shows what a ignorant moron Corbyn is when he can’t even recall recent history of his own life time. Has he been sleeping since the 80s??? The fool lives in a delusional world like Trudeau does.42 · 6 hours ago
Graham PalmerCorbyn pandering again. He seems to forget that it was a Labour government that co-started the war on terror. Wonder if he will acknowledge that during the GE campaign? I doubt it.31 · 6 hours ago
Timmy ValionisWould we be okay if positions were swapped? Imagine if Muslim countries invaded two western ones, bombed others, supported dictators and rebels alike. How would you feel then? Then why is it okay for us to do it to them?31 · 6 hours ago
Claire HunterBBC WILL YOU PLEASE STOP THIS!!!
I don’t care if his speech has been written and leaked to the press before he has had a chance to say it, LET HIM SAY IT – only THEN is it news!!!17 · 6 hours ago
Mike SchecklesThis is obvious to anyone who actually pays attention. If the tables were turned and a foreign nation was bombing my city and killed my family, I would not stop seeking vengeance. This is not a difficult concept. Religion is just a tool to manipulate the uneducated. Much like prosperity gospel in the US.19 · 6 hours ago
Ian BakerWe can thank Tony Bliar for the start of these wars based on lies Good at last that we question them. if only for the sake of islamic terrorists feelings. Apart from the human cost, How much have we spent on these fruitless military interventions? But naive to think this alone is the reason for islamic extremism4 · 5 hours ago
Dave HollingsDoes anyone in Britain feel any safer as a result of military action in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Syria? The point of military action, of the lives lost and sacrifices made by British troops has to be that our country is a safer place as a result. It isn’t. It’s not pandering to the enemy to want to change a strategy which hasn’t worked after over 15 years of trying.3 · 3 hours ago
Judith WorthingtonTo all those who immediately jump on the party political bandwagon, Corbyn is surely acknowledging and criticising Blair’s action. Quite a mature thing to do in election campaigning, even if he gets more brickbats for it. International interference, as usual backing the side we in our infinite wisdom prefer, isn’t the cause of fundamentalism, but it sure helps recruitment.4 · 4 hours ago
Scarlett FoxAccording to terrorist experts who read online radicalisation materials the jihadists never mention foreign policy, they hate the west, they hate our freedom or views and our way of life, they simply want to kill us all, their aim is world domination26 · 6 hours ago
Alan FrancisNow, you can talk about this all you want with your whys and your wherefores, but the only real solution is to wipe these murdering scumbag’s out because we have gone beyond the stage of re-educating them2 · 3 hours ago
Jonathan WaterhouseAs a proud Mancuian. I think Mr corbyn could have a point. But too soon and as a manc find it personally in bad taste to use the mass murder for political gain .1 · 3 hours ago
Anne EvansCorbyn has very simplistic views!! Not helpful at this time, not dealing with ISIS isn’t an option! They are recruiting gullible people from this country and turning them into murderous thugs, ISIS has no regard for life or people, they rape and murder they are inexcusable!! They will not stop by ignoring them.,!7 · 6 hours ago
Alex ProudfootThis seems to be pandering to the islamist narrative which justifies attacks on civilian targets by reference to what their governments do. I just don’t believe that if we left the middle east alone, muslim terrorists would leave us alone.6 · 5 hours ago
Lee HayesIt’s immigration. Full stop.
The government needs to protect the people and Christians of England.
There are radical steps they can make but they are simply scared of being called "racists".6 · 6 hours ago
Gill BrodinAnother example of the BBC ‘s outrageously biased ‘news’!!
There’s just been a terrorist attack, and the BBC’s main news is Corbyn’s plans to make ( not even yet made!) perfectly reasonable comments . How about making it news about the Tories previous freeze on police recruitment for god knows how many years which may have impacted on extremism and radicalism being allowed to grow and develop uninterrupted.2 · 5 hours ago
Daniel BradleyLet’s start at the beginning… just remember which party took us into an illegal war in Iraq based on lies and then decided to open up our borders. Want a Clue? They weren’t blue.5 · 5 hours ago
Tamás TimárMay literally will sell out the country for Saud Arabia. For all the Brexiteers: Do you think the terrorism will decrease after the UK step out the free market with weapon deals with terrorist state and more bombed countries by the side of America. May is a muppet. The attacks wouldn’t stop with or without these deals,but with it they have a "valid" reason. Vote Lib Dems or Green.4 · 6 hours ago
Janine Connorso he is saying it’s OK to maim and kill innocent teenager girls enjoying themselves at a concert, ohhh because we did something to them years ago!!!! What an idiot he is, giving terrorism an excuse is NOT a responsible thing to do!!!!4 · 5 hours ago
Lee BaileyWow, this man is such a pacifist that when we’re attacked by yet another member of the religion of peace, as has been the case all over Europe, his solution is to back down and blame Britain itself. So let’s ignore the fact that the attacker was Muslim like most of the other attackers, ignore the fact that he was raised in a tightknit Syrian Muslim comminity who were given refuge here, it’s nothing to do with the fact that they follow a barbaric religion and their often closed off communities are ideal breeding grounds for this sort of nuttery. Nope, it’s Britain’s fault and simply withdrawing from the Middle East and acting like pacifists, as it just so happens he’s always wanted us to be, will solve the problem. Oh and this whilst ignoring the fact that ISIS themselves have said that even if the west had nothing to do with the Middle East they’d still attack us because this is not like the IRA (who Corbyn is, by various accounts, reluctant to condemn), they despise the western way of life.
I honestly was a bit skeptical when the Tories kept saying he was soft on terrorism because, well because they’re Tories, but he seems happy to prove them right.3 · 4 hours ago
Moira ChandlerI hope Mr Corbyn is not talking about appeasement, it has never been successful; from Alfred the great to Neville Chamberlain it hasn’t worked. However his point that the current policies haven’t worked take a good look at the record of terrorism in the name of Islam; every time the NATO and United Nations have taken military action against perceived threats the acts have increased and become more violent from Lockerbie and the Twin Towers to Manchester. We are stronger than the threat, our democracy and community responds positively when we are attacked in this way but obviously the technology, intelligence and military systems are not working, perhaps Mr Corbyn has a point and our thinkers need to find another way. This doesn’t preclude a military response, just a rethink.3 hours ago
Thomas MarshThis is a disgrace. I don’t agree with Blair’s, Cameron’s policies but plenty of countries that haven’t interfered in the Middle East have suffered from terrorism. Of course Corbyn isn’t going to mention that as he tries to make political capital out of the Manchester attack.4 minutes ago
Derek BensonOk, so we need to phone up ISIS before we make any foreign policy decision in case it upsets them? Is anyone seriously going to vote for that stupid old fool.7 · 6 hours ago
Randy Lock-LynnDivision isn’t the goal. Fear is the goal. You instill fear with overwhelming media saturation. It’s news because it’s an extraordinary event, but there’s a point that’s very quickly crossed into which you turn it into terror porn. This media obsession with terrorism is the very fuel that continues to propagate it. A brief summary of the facts of the case are all we need. Not 24/7 coverage, not video of the incident from every imaginable angle replayed over and over, not feeds of crying parents and bystanders, etc. etc.269 · 8 hours ago
Levent KayacanDo you want to stop terrorism? Stop invading their countries to have oil or have more power, stop creating and supporting terrorist groups against another one! Stop lying your people about Islam! Empathy! Kids in middle east see lots of death, their fathers, their brothers, their cousins, uncles… what do you think they are going to do when they grow up! Stop converting them a devil! All countries say they want to stop terrorism, but it never ends! Terrorism is just a reason to invade countries!
Sorry for innocent people who killed by these devils.143 · 8 hours ago
Deborah MurphyAs hard as it may be to resist, don’t give them a name. Starve them of publicity. Focus only on the innocent victims. Don’t give the perpetrators air time. This is what they thrive on. They crow about their ‘achievements". Well let’s stop. Just say the perpetrator died in the attack. We know who he is and we are following up leads. Nothing more.124 · 7 hours ago
Martijn BosWell, one of the candidates has suggested that we stop invading countries in the Middle East.
The other one keeps repeating that she is strong and stable.
Take your pick.90 · 6 hours ago
Kieran William JonesIf you wish to have a serious and long lasting effect on reducing terrorism, security and military solutions are not the answer. You need to target the funding, and our consistent arms deals with countries known to sponsor terrorism is where we start, if we as the general public want change then we have to put pressure on our government to stop these arms deals. However, I’m afraid under this government that will not be the case. If you want change, you need to target the root causes, and dig it out.64 · 8 hours ago
Peter WongNo it’s not too much to ask. I’m sure many people are wondering the same thing. Are we just going to just live with it because "these things happen", or can we talk about ways to remove that tiny cancer in societies?40 · 8 hours ago
Matt S McKayOne big problem is that people tend to fixate on the surface characteristics, ie religion, or ethnicity, when radicalisation and terrorism have at least as much, if not more, to do with socio-economic factors, such as feelings of disenfranchisement, alienation, (self-)victimisation, poor job prospects, integration issues, intergenerational & intercultural identity issues/crises, and so forth. Divisive voices in politics have a vested interest in keeping the public’s perception of the problem as superficial and rudimentary as possible, but that doesn’t help move the conversation forward.35 · 7 hours ago
Andrew Gliniecki1) foreign policy. Not all countries share our values, we cannot impose our western values on other nations. No foreign intervention unless nations specifically ask for assistance.
2)Massive investment to renewable energy so we no longer require to trade will countries that have appalling human rights.
3) offer a amnesty to those who are radicalised. You read that correctly. Charter a fleet of aircraft to various countries. Offer radicalised a individuals a free ticket. If our ways in the west are so offensive then living here must be intolerable to them. Here’s a seat on a plane, off you go, and we will strip your citizenship and right to return. Have a nice life.
4) value our freedoms and western democracy. I detest Islamic head coverings, I personally view them as oppressive to women. However, if someone choose to wear that of their own free will, we should recognise the freedom of expression everyone has a right to in our culture.
5) get tough. Allow our intelligence and security services to operate to their maximum efficiency. A national consultation and overhaul on individual rights and the scope and remit of our defences is long overdue. We need to up the ante with targeted communities, our softly softly approach is not working.36 · 7 hours ago
Toby Gainesamazing how few people consider the root of this problem. Shocking that almost no one can apply the same common sense that they apply to weeds.
killing terrorists doesn’t change a goddamn thing if you don’t change what created them in the first place. poverty and exploitation. our leaders even know this for a fact. but the exploiters dangle so much money in their faces.24 · 7 hours ago
Mike PedenI make no apologies for this post
So we hear Jeremy corbyn will blame us for causing terrorism through our wars, tell that to Sweden, Germany , Philippines , kenya etc ,the yazidi christians of Iraq and Syria, the Shia Muslims of this world did they drop bombs and go to war no they didn’t Jeremy , thousands of innocents have died we are fighting an ideology, a group that have corrupted their own religion to meet their own goals which is create the world in there eyes where there are no christians ,there is no multi cultures , there is no values, customs or free worship.
You have a nerve telling us the people of Britain that we are to blame. We elect through our democratic right to vote for governments that have to make tough decisions. Something you clearly will fail to do, your principles are to sit in a room talk peace with someone who wants to behead you or blow you up not because you have went to war but because their ideology dictates you don’t belong on their Earth
You cannot go electioneering on what has happened in Manchester and shame on you as a Christian for blaming our own free and multi cultural society for creating this evil.25 · 7 hours ago
Nadia SankeyAndrew Neil, as usual you always speak strongly and wisely. Speakers like you must carry on voicing their opinions until the government complies!!!!15 · 7 hours ago
Paul HarperWhether or not I agree with their words or sentiments, I do wish that professional motorgobs like Andrew Neil and Piers Morgan would stop presuming to speak on behalf of everyone else. These Poundland Churchills speak for nobody but themselves. I am not a sheep that meekly follows the mindless media’s lead on everything important and I reserve the right to form my own views on anything I choose. So stop it. It’s rude, it’s presumptuous and it’s downright un-British.11 · 7 hours ago
Will EvansOver 50% of muslims living in Britain weren’t born here, some that were born here are radicalised here, how many more are here illegally and unaccounted for?
Non practising Christian Englishman going to prison and being converted and radicalised under our very noses.
Protecting the human rights of those holiday fighting in war zones and letting them back in the country is just insane.
Muslims always playing the victim card, using words like Jihad, Caliphate etc etc the list goes on and on……….5 · 6 hours ago
Andrew KeoghLike it or not, there is an issue within the Muslim community, be it extremism or an unwillingness to admit there’s an issue and an equal unwillingness to open up and identity those who are heading for trouble. There’s absolutely nothing to be gained from thinking otherwise. Either we have the uncomfortable national conversation, or we carry on with atrocities being committed and the Muslim community becoming increasingly isolated and untrusted. It’ll get to a point where we end up like the former Yugoslavia and absolutely nobody wants that.11 · 7 hours ago
If friends and members of the community have reported a suspected threat MULTIPLE times, why was nothing done about it?
If someone has been to Syria and Libya and able to freely return, why was nothing done about it?
Theresa May, as home secretary, has a lot of questions to answer, especially after she was warned (while home secretary) by the likes of Corbyn and police that cutting budgets for local forces would leave us at risk.14 · 7 hours ago
Νίκος ΠάφραςThe fact that you need to have a conversation on what an "appropriate" response should be to mass murder speaks volumes about the how totally insane western Europe has become.22 · 8 hours ago
John SimpsonAndrew Neil, you have more gravitas than all those (excuses for) leaders we have, combined. Declaring war on terrorism and having a trillion dollars worth of military hardware counts for nothing against someone with a few kilos of fuel, oxidant and nuts and bolts willing to sacrifice their own life. We go to foreign countries, support evil despots who support whatever interests we have at the time, redraw boundaries at whim, use massive bombs, napalm and betray anyone to neighbours who practice genocide when it suits us. We use them to fight proxy wars, we strip their homelands of natural resources and we use their youth as cheap labour slaves to make disposable clothes and electronic bling. I don’t support terrorists but I am not in the least bit surprised that it happens. Try giving unconditional support to poor nations with anything except weapons of war. The word "defence" is the biggest oxymoron of all time, call it what it is "weapons of war".3 · 5 hours ago
Louise LeitchAndrew Neil having his "We’re as mad as hell, and we’re not going to take this anymore." moment. Nothing to see here move on.2 · 7 hours ago
We cannot keep repeating the same rhetoric, blaming the wrong people, yet doing seemingly nothing…
The incumbent Government (who’s been in for 7yrs now) are DIRECTLY responsible for the short fallings in our security and services…
Theresa May is particularly responsible as she literally WAS the Home Secretary:
She was in charge of our border controls… yet, now promises to bring down immigration (same promise made over 3 elections now).
She was responsible for the severe cuts to Police which led to 20,000 less front line police since 2010… around 5,000 less armed police.
You can’t continually cut all our services in the name of austerity, yet expect them to do the same job with an increasing population and increasingly unpredictable times against an invisible enemy.
These terrorist sympathisers always seem to be ‘known’ to the police, but they simply don’t have the manpower, nor means to deal with them.
This needs to change.4 · 5 hours ago
Linda WelshOnce again the voice of common sense, Andrew Neil I hope the political leaders listened to this, especially Corbyn who voted against anti-terrorist legislation on numerous occasions, who stood with the IRA in sympathy and now stands with our emergency services as he sees it as a way into No 10.1 · 4 hours ago
Mark LazenbyA large investment in a targeted mental health programme is required. Sick individuals should be identified and helped before our enemies get to them.1 · 6 hours ago
Paula Renwicki think all non british on the watch list should be deported without appeal our boarders should be closed so we know who exactly is entering n leaving the uk …..also all british on the watch list should be detained for security reasons .3 · 6 hours ago
Pal UjvarosiAt long last, some decent words coming from the BBC. The answer is pretty simple: stop wars, stop selling weapons to tyrants. Choose the right politicians to lead: there’s one in the upcoming British election who works for peace, and that’s not the opportunist Theresa May for sure. Vote Corbyn and the path to improvement will start, it’s that simple.2 hours ago
Anna BurfordExactly any normal person would stand up against barbaric acts of evil we are all united against evil cowards just question when will it end before government take actions6 · 8 hours ago
Tony HampsonCorbyn has been talking about the cuts to police which affects community policing and nipping it in the bud, pity the BBC just love the tories, labour have talked about everything tories only about rhetoric and Brexit, you as one of the main media should do your job properly,9 minutes ago
Rob KnippshildIt was actually called a muslim ban in his campaign. He tweeted about it all the time. How can you call it anything else? Legal geniuses they are not.108 · 12 hours ago
Vadim ZganyaykoI support the ban on behalf of the innocent lives that can be saved from the evil Islam. Even the brothers from the Boston Marathon were white and got mixed up with Islam and we know how that ended up.130 · 12 hours ago
Heras Justinliberals are nothing more than a cancerous waste of space…Trump has done some of the biggest trade deals ever! he is making jobs and wants to secure the country YET these liberal sarcomas hate them man even though hes doing so well?? you should be ashamed of yourselves!71 · 12 hours ago
Kathleen FultonFive out of dozes of countries constitutes a Muslim ban – where did that judge go to law school? But what really gets me – liberals have a hissy fit over Trumps (admittedly crude) comments about women but stand with people that force women to dress in shrouds because women are the source of men’s sinful thoughts and men can’t accept responsibility for themselves if they saw a woman’s wrists or ankles.24 · 12 hours ago
Lawrence ByrnesThe court’s ruling (10-3 vote) stated that the president’s order "drips with religious intolerance, animus and discrimination.” When will R’s get tired of losing in court? When will the so-called constitution lovers stop attempting unconstitutional things?37 · 12 hours ago
Edson Biondo BaiIf you like your country, just close your gates to the barbarians. You don’t want to see a proud and great nation threatened to become a caliphate. It’s all in their book(the killings, the torture, the women disgraceful way of life, the territorial expansion of their "faith"…). Just be wise and close your gates.17 · 11 hours ago
Stephanie PaigeUnlike other leaders, Trump is not ignoring the growing problem of Muslim extremism. It’s not about color, it’s not about country of origin. Muslims have proven that it only takes a generation to be a "homegrown" terrorist. It’s about the ideology of Islam. We have white people converting to Islam and then on to ISIS. Whatever the solution may be, the PROBLEM is Islam.28 · 12 hours ago
Shakti Singh GaharwarI Support ban on ideology n pre medivial cruel traditions, not on people. But how can you do this ?
Choose your answer
Ans1: just ban all muslims.
Ans2: ban their ill culture which facility hate for other religion.
Ans3: covert them according to current country tradition and monitor them.
You can’t have a Muslim ban without banning Saudis and Indonesians.6 · 12 hours ago
Mark BrownWhat’s wrong with not allowing people to enter your country from country’s that pose a high risk of terrorism? Even if was a ‘Muslim ban’, what’s wrong with heavier restrictions on an ideology where many of its followers want to destroy your way of life? I’m sure there was heavy restrictions on Communists entering the country during the Cold War. What’s the difference?9 · 8 hours ago
Elizabeth DufurStill amazed by which countries are on the list and which ones aren’t. Especially amazed that our president just handed over 10 billion dollars to the country that has more ties to terrorist activity towards the United States then any other country. But hey as long as Trump can continue to pad his own personal interests I guess we should just happily go along with him like mindless drones12 · 12 hours ago
Graham SaundersGood, it’s a simplistic and childish attempt to look strong and has the complete opposite effect…"ban Muslims" "stop immigration" etc are the kinds of things only a moron would consider.
Only a moron *could* consider1 · 7 hours ago
Michael StolzThe issue at hand was they wanted a temporary ban so people from areas compromised by terrorism could be properly vetted. President Obama issued a travel ban on Iraq. There is clearly a double standard here4 · 10 hours ago
Nilotpal BeraA Pakistani boy took admission in an American school …
Teacher : Whats your name ?
Boy : Nadir
Teacher : No, now you are in America, your name is Johnny from today.
Boy went home and his mother asked: How was the day Nadir?
Boy : I am an American now, so call me Johnny.
Mom and Dad both got offended and beat him up.
Next day he was back to school all bruised …
Teacher : What happened Johnny ?
Boy: Ma’m, just 6 hours after I became American, I was attacked by two Pakistani terrorists.5 · 11 hours ago
Philip AlexanderThere was no Muslim ban, it was a travel ban on states that are in the throes of Islamist insurgencies with groups who have threatened the US. The narrative that this is a muslim ban is straight up strategic communication from leftist media outlets and leftist judges making political statements that have nothing to do with the order’s constitutionality.4 · 11 hours ago
John PaschallAnyone for a ban is a xenophobe and no better than an animal. Just because someone is different, doesn’t mean they are out to get you. If you trade liberties for an illusion of safety, you deserve neither11 · 12 hours ago
Anthony BariekReally annoying seeing all these people saying that the Manchester bombing wouldn’t have happened if a travel ban had been in place, the bomber was born in Manchester, how would a travel ban have stopped someone carrying out a bombing in their home town? The London attackers where British, the Paris attacker were French, the Belgian attackers were Belgian, the Orlando attacker was American, the Boston Marathon attackers were refugees as children but had been in America for decades, how would a travel ban have stopped any of these attacks? It wouldn’t, if anything it could have inspired more as it would provide radical hate preachers with more anti-west propaganda to use as a recruitment tool, the terrorist in our own countries are a much bigger threat and should be the primary enemy that we fight against.4 hours ago
Lin HirilHe earned it. If he had been more temperate in the way he presented himself, the courts might have believed him that the whole thing really has anything to do with national security. The way it is, they are quite familiar with the kind of people who change their stories when one isn’t working and they think a different one will. They are all lawyers.2 hours ago
Kalisa DavidTrump has done some of the biggest trade deals ever!!! he is making jobs and he want to secure the country, yet these liberal sarcomas hate the men eventhough he is doing so well!!!! pliz you should ashamed of your selves.8 hours ago
Arsalan AhmedCan court halt all his budget too, because his budget seems so ridiculous, that he won’t need a travel ban as nobody would be traveling to USA…
Infact he might have to enact a travel ban on Americans traveling outside USA that they can’t travel outside USA anymore.14 · 12 hours ago
Ryan KellerYou know there are plenty of Muslim nations not listed in this so called "muslim ban". Most of what are listed are countries with unstable, hostile or nonexistent governments. Every country has the right to defend their own borders saying that they cannot is incredibly entitled. Leftism is a mental illness.3 · 11 hours ago
Lynnette Aney KeefeIf the judge had lost someone in the many attacks from Muslims and some started moving into the judges neighborhood,I am sure the order would have been different.7 hours ago
Bryan K DolanIn light of Manchester this will be pushed for an Emergency Hearing in the Supreme Court once the 9th makes its ruling. This is only a delay. Travel Ban is inevitable5 · 12 hours ago
Bill BroughamWho runs the country?the government or the judges.in cases of national security it should be the gvernment.we have gated communities fences around our homes we have always had walls to protect us.great wall of china.hadriens wall to name a few so whats the issue with a mexican wall?2 · 12 hours ago
Bradly Stevenwell they did not site law in upholding the ban. They sited feelings. And BTW how that open border stuff working in Manchester, do the kids like it. We would rether not have that the new normal in this country.3 · 11 hours ago
Keith GoldhairHe might have to broker peace between cell blocks C and D before he gets the chance to broker peace in the Middle East.246 · 13 hours ago
Ruth H. BlochAnd he is in charge of everything and anything at the White House! We need to get to the bottom of this investigation ASAP or else we go down fast! Scary times! To think Russia taking over our country??? Shocking! He must owe Russia mucho bucks! Trump and the whole cabinet in cahoots! What is behind all this? Every hour another BREAKING NEWS! I feel like my nerves have been on edge since Trump started his run for The White House!91 · 13 hours ago
Amazing how somebody with no brain cells has been appointed as head of state.
Trump has only embarrassed the American nation and has sold weapons to Saudis, who are the oligarchy of terrorism.125 · 13 hours ago
Kenny MahanShould look up his dad, old man Kushner was a special sort of horrible.95 · 13 hours ago
Henry John9 months of investigation and still no evidence. Only thing they discovered was more Democrat illegal activity
Edit: Sorry it’s almost been a year now.80 · 13 hours ago
Roy JohnsonThis is another recycled old story with a new headline. Come on people you are smarter than this. Kushner awhile back offered to go to Congress and testify about his meeting with Russian ambassador during transition. And just an FYI , it is normal to have those meetings during transition.23 · 13 hours ago
Reina MangioI would like that the fbi investigates ALL US congressmen and senators to find out WHY they all become MULTIMILLIONAIRES just after 2-3 years of work at a civil servant salary!!19 · 13 hours ago
Charles F. ThomasyHow is a rumor "scrutiny". Go back to the original source of information. Some people are willing to believe anything. Im sure most of you did not even read the article. But please, continue to make your immature jokes.16 · 13 hours ago
Mike WardSo umm Jared Kushner is an alleged NYC slumlord. So there’s that. Can’t wait for the FBI and NYS AG to start digging into his real estate holdings.10 · 13 hours ago
Jade BradleyWhy are he and Ivanka in the WH at all? What is it with Trump’s BS nepotism? Why are Pugsly and Wednesday running the show? Can’t wait until this whole vile crooked family is gone.58 · 13 hours ago
Joan DalyThere is no way a Zionist should be in charge of negotiations for peace in the ME, he donates to settlements in the WB, his father did time jail, hardly an ideal candidate10 · 13 hours ago
Ann CleggDisgraceful US media. On the night the news of the Manchester attack broke, some major networks still led with the sspected Trump campaign/Russia connection. In their hysteria about Trump, they have lost all humanity.3 · 10 hours ago
Sasi KumarThis Presidency has been the most exciting Presidency for the News media because almost every other day they have a breaking news from WH. Exhilerating but God Bless America and World3 · 12 hours ago
Terry EdwardsAs I’m sure all members of the campaign are, That said I have seen more connection from the other side to Russia but they lost so I guess that doesn’t count. As for this let’s see what happens I want the Facts All of them About Everyone involved across the board, No partisan politics look at everyone and let us know the truth. But I wonder who we can have tell us that America might believe? I mean the Press is lying through their teeth every day for a year now I don’t trust them they have proven that they will say and do anything, Our security agencies I wouldn’t trust with my SS number they leak worse than a 100-year-old wood boat. A look at most politicians leaves us wondering who in the hell ever vote them in. And I see that laws only apply to some here and not all, or Hillary lying to the FBI would have been treated like Martha Stewart lying to the FBI was Credibility is lost and without it; Your words are empty and hold little meaning at all.1 · 9 hours ago
Mary RochefortYes I know and tonight was the first time that I’ve seen Anderson Cooper smile since the election. My hope is that nada is found leaving all liberals with egg on their smug faces.2 · 12 hours ago
Elmer PintarIt’s all too inevitable. It’s happening, friends. But we need to be patient, so that the law and the Constitution take its course. We will overcome the selfish pigs.9 · 13 hours ago
Matthew HadcroftThe whole Trump administration is made up of close family and billionaire business people whom are personal friends of the Pres Trump. They should all be scrutinised. It won’t take very long for all their dodgy back handed dealings to be exposed.1 · 3 hours ago
Charles F. Thomasy"The US officials, who were not named, said that the interest in Mr Kushner did not mean the investigators suspected him of a crime or intended to charge him."5 · 13 hours ago
Tavanh Phommachiti suspect when the lid is of the brew, it will implode on Capital Hill, while so many ‘followers’ are involved in a USA in transaction5 · 13 hours ago
Rob Di SalvoHe is not under investigation BBC is officially fake news
He headed up Trump’s Foreign Affairs during the transition
The FBI thinks he may have information for their investigation
The FBI has not even asked to interview him yet
BBC is officially fake news2 · 8 hours ago
Hazel McCloyDid you know that Donald Trump is the richest president ever, followd by JFK. Ronald Reagan and Gerald Ford were very poor by their standards. Just ggoled it US richest presidents.2 hours ago
Liz JacobsDid anyone even read the article before commenting? You only had to make it through the first 2 paragraphs to find that, unlike the misleading headline, he’s not under investigation but may have info on others who are.2 hours ago
Lori A. HarrisA second generation felon. The Kushners are scum. (I’m from NJ, we always knew this. Just like we knew Trump is a con artist.)2 · 9 hours ago
Andree Muntingh“Reports say investigators…”
“US officials, who were not named, told NBC News ….”
You can basically report anything today with “some people close to the investigation..”, “many said…”, …..3 hours ago
Andrew HunterHorseshit!! So we react with poems, and hugs. And the terrorists continue to murder our children. And laugh as we sing songs of unity! If ever there was a time for a huge reaction. And a change in tactics. IT IS NOW!397 · 14 hours ago
Winson Wong"Terrorism expert" Yeah so, best advice is to ignore it ever happened till the next time. Then ignore it again and again. Great advice.258 · 14 hours ago
William LeeTell that to people who lost loved ones….moron….Islam is a satanic ideology which should be totally outlawed in Christian civilised countries.170 · 14 hours ago
Andrew FournierYou hear that people of Syria and Iraq? Just get used to the terrorists in your neighborhood and they’ll eventually begin to fizzle out because they’ll find terrorism boring since it won’t evoke the response they desire…Never mind the fact that Islamist’s are less worried about responses and more worried about eradicating those standing in the way of their world wide caliphate…68 · 14 hours ago
Stephen BosticI think he misses the point completely. Isis is at war and they wage it in the only way they can, through cowardly sneak attacks on children and others. You won’t stop them by turning the other cheek.69 · 14 hours ago
Zack MartinezI think we’re more in danger of under-reacting. Has there been a meaningful military counter strike? Or just arrests and investigations??63 · 14 hours ago
Tracey FisherOMG what a load of crap coming out of his mouth!!
We should never get used to terrorists or ignore it! It’s them that need blowing up not our children!!!50 · 14 hours ago
Leighton LloydHow do u become a terrorist expert? I know that if you are an experienced say brain surgeon and performed all sorts of operations you could be described as an expert in brain surgery. But surely a terrorism expert should be a terrorist his or herself.34 · 14 hours ago
David ScottJihadists have been at this for 1500 years. Does anyone actually believe they will somehow eventually just tire of it? That is insane.34 · 14 hours ago
Christopher FrancisThis guy is an expert?! I think he sounds like a pathetic fool, deluded, confused and delusional. His fairy tale world of submissive acceptance is suicidal !! Peace through strength. The British people are already demonstrating their superior strength as a society renown for its "Stiff upper lip" in times of adversity!31 · 14 hours ago
Cheryl HowardThrough how many attacks, though how many murders should we remain calm? Maybe its time to start reacting because remaining calm is only inviting more attacks..26 · 14 hours ago
Brendan DicksonThis guy hit the nail on the head. Every time there’s an attack followed by international uproar, the message it sends to the next potential terrorist is: if you go out and kill a couple dozen people, you’re guaranteed to get a reaction.15 · 13 hours ago
Bill PatersonI copied this because it is spot on: In the past 3 days, there were Islamist terror attacks in Kenya, Indonesia, Philippines and Somalia. None of these countries are bombing the Middle East. Corbyn can blame the ‘war on terror’ until he turns blue in the face, all that proves is that he sympathizes with terrorists and excuse their genocidal acts.
Corbyn is a real danger to the security of this country.10 · 13 hours ago
Dennis McVeighHe said that "We can learn to live with this terrible threat". What BS. That is a herd of sheep mentality. Stay in a large group with no direction, no protection…and hope for the best while a predator picks you off and thins your herd. What kind of mentality is this?
We are now in danger of cowering INDIFFERENCE. We care more about whether we’ve offended someone than about the loss of life, and now a new low – the loss of children’s lives. What have we become? I pray that we wake up, and have the courage to confront this for what it is. We’re going to run out of poems soon. 🙏9 · 12 hours ago
António Pinto De AlmeidaHa ha ha don’t provoke the terrorists and they might let you live… accept sharia and the killings will stop or get used to see your children dying in the middle of the street but please don’t get too emotional about it, he says… I really don’t think this is a good advice.9 · 12 hours ago
Anne MacLellanI don’t think it is overracting to say NO MORE! and do something to stop it. We have lost too many innocent people by forgiving the attackers and taking a passive position. It is not to say that we judge a whole race or religion by the few satanic lunatics who do these horrific acts, but we have a right to judge the lunatics and the groups that they form to declare their war on the majority of the people in the world and it is right to declare war against them. They will not stop just because we put more security in place and make more laws against carrying arms and such–this has been proven time and time again. When are people going to wake up?8 · 13 hours ago
Roland LekaLet’s start changing "slightly" the legislation. Let’s begin with banning some terrorist like organisations operating openly or less openly in Europe. The human rights activists will be slightly angry and disappointed. nevertheless, people must have the right not to be a terrorist organisation member. Someone can find inappropriate this comment. I find inappropriate the lack of reaction of our people who make laws after so many bloody terroristic attacks…And I think I’m not the only one5 · 12 hours ago
Ann Guadagnodid anyone you knew get caught up in this atrocity doesn’t sound like it or you’d be singing a different song either that or you’re a non feeling numbskull"!!!10 · 14 hours ago
James SwannAnd once again, most people miss the point by a country mile.
Middle eastern foreign policy fuels isis recruitment and expansion.
Young disenfranchised British individuals with low self esteem are turned by isis into suicide bombers.
They kill innocent people.
Cue everyone getting angry at Muslims and fuelling that very same problem, leading to more of the same.
Isis wants you to be afraid, fuel its recruitment and keep wars going.
Add in the Tories’ cuts to police at every level, and their sales of arms to several countries known to supply isis.5 · 11 hours ago
Savan MohamedThere is no point in treating the symptoms of terrorism but the actual cause of it. Terrorism has increased to this scale only during the last two decades. It is directly linked to the involvement of western countries in the Middle East, invasions, destabilization of power, bombings and resultant refugee crisis. So, politicians in the west must brainstorm and find a solution for the problems their predecessors had created.2 · 8 hours ago
Jason SylvesterPure pablum and nonsense, especially the historical illiteracy of pretending that the IRA’s goals – a Northern Ireland free of British rule – were identical to Global Jihad’s goals, which is Islam being imposed as the Religion of the World, in every corner of the earth, with no dissent brooked or tolerated in the slightest.6 · 12 hours ago
Chandran MethilThe terrorism we are experiencing today is ideological warfare.It’s really a clash of civilisations and in war of any sort no quarter is given or taken.Our politicians in the free world have,probably, not understood the depth of this threat and treat it as a one-off phenomenon.It is not and is world wide in operation.3 · 13 hours ago
Amarjeet SinghThis guy would have been useful in the blitz. Talking those V2s away with logic and an innate understanding of why the Nazis were sending them in the first place.
Fellas like him make the people in power feel good about themselves coz they don’t get their hands and conscience dirty.5 · 10 hours ago
Jon Micheal SwearingenOf course he going to say that. And of course BBC is going to dig for all the ‘experts’ like him. They wont do a full pager on how the Israelis neutralize terror threats will they?7 · 12 hours ago
Jan KreitzscheckThis is exactly how you should approach terror. Fear of dying in a terror attack is unnecessary. An individuals chance of dying in a terror attack is much lower than dying by a freak accident (not even including traffic). There is nothing you can personally do to prevent them. In terms of personal safety they can be thought of much like natural disasters. Due to the way our society is and humans in general are they occasionally happen. You can mitigate the effect but that’s about it.4 hours ago
Christa HamiltonIf you have such a thin skin that a pointed question throws you into a rage and results in physical assault, you have no business being in politics in the first place. Or any career dealing with the public, for that matter.266 · 14 hours ago
Matthew David FradenburgBy the time we all blink, this guy will be a civilian bully, not a political one. White, bald, entitled, angry men are this countrys’ problem, not a solution.121 · 14 hours ago
Phil BoweSemi fake news. The journalist was badgering him. If you do that you will get a reaction. And really, it’s time some of the media learn that it is time to stop pushing false narratives.90 · 14 hours ago
Nikki DeFilippiRegardless of how Gianforte was approached, violence is never warranted or acceptable unless you are defending your person. Society needs to remain civil and mannerly – the world, and our precious children, is watching. The hyperbole isn’t created by the media alone BTW, they report what happens and because they’re human, how the action is perceived is how it gets spun depending on the channel or paper. Public figures must act with total responsibility, or stay out of the public. We don’t body slam as a response – get real. #noNeanderthals37 · 14 hours ago
Josh RobertsWhy aren’t Republicans condemning this in scores?
Let’s start arresting them all and harassing their families.
Let’s deport them.
Oh wait no, that would be lunacy.39 · 14 hours ago
Pauline CannonHe was only doing his job ! Gianforte is a disgrace. If he can’t answer a question without losing his rag he shouldn’t be in politics !!!36 · 14 hours ago
Kenny Alford– Republicans "the loony left are the only ones who use violence"
-also Republicans "we should beat up journalists more often".
The comments thread is always a low point of human thought.12 · 11 hours ago
Shane FitzgeraldGood. Journalists are becoming more aggressive, nasty and patronising to get their stories. I’m not a UKIP fan but watching those journalists ‘question’ Paul nutall earlier it’s clear all they want is to use their questions for personal views, not unbiased news reporting.9 · 14 hours ago
Nicholas LeachIt is what the Guardian reporters do. They are very left wing bias and like to create the news instead of reporting it. He probably provoked the guy to the point that he got the result he was hoping for. To my American Friends. This newspaper is left wing to an extent that you can’t imagine.6 · 12 hours ago
Ammorette WestOne of his supporters actually told NPR that she didn’t believe this happened. That’s their mentality when confronted with direct evidence. WTF8 · 13 hours ago
Merlin MilnerGianforte is a believer in Young Earth creationism, the belief that the Earth is less than 10,000 years old. He donated $1.5 million to the Glendive Dinosaur and Fossil Museum in Glendive, Montana, acreationist museum which teaches visitors that evolution is false, the Earth is about 6,000-6,400 years old.4 · 12 hours ago
Judie NadelI’m sure the republicans are tired of reporters and others asking questions. They still have not accepted that they work for us and have to answer to us! If they don’t like it they should quit. We also have the option of removing them from office. We currently have many bullies (including DT) in offices they are not fit to hold. Stand up to the bullies! Vote them out.3 · 11 hours ago
Carl SandersPea Brain of a Republican candidate, needs to take an anger management course, child and he conducts himself like that? The states are truly screwed!4 · 14 hours ago
George Zoupantislets look at the facts: reporter enters the office without permission, has been told on numerous occasions to the leave the office, than the report has the audacity to shove his recorder in his face and told again to leave the office, so he is manhandled out the office, without injury, whilst recording the scenario, and has the audacity to report it to police and sell the recording to the networks…those are the facts….no editing, unless u cut and paste for ur enjoyment…well done to the fake news again..6 · 12 hours ago
Chad KuehneAre children and women safe around this guy? Does he carry? Should a background check be done? What are the triggers to such violence…hungry, tired, indefensible positions on policy?3 · 11 hours ago
Amanda O’Rourke RustWhile the media provides wall-to-wall coverage of Montana Congressional candidate Greg Gianforte’s alleged assault on a reporter from the Guardian – while Republicans across Congress are being asked to condemn Gianforte – it’s worthwhile to remember that the media never hold Democrats to the same standard.
In June 2010, North Carolina Congressman Bob Etheridge, a seven-term elected Democrat, was asked by a student reporter if he supported the “Obama agenda.” Etheridge promptly attempted to grab the reporter’s cell phone camera, then grab the reporter’s wrist, demanding, “Who are you! Tell me who you are…I have a right to know who you are!” One of the student’s friends, who caught the incident on camera, said, “We’re just here for a project.” When the student in Etheridge’s grip asked to be released, Etheridge instead grabbed him by the neck.5 · 14 hours ago
Timmy ValionisThe blind support republicans have is legitimately disturbing.
This guy assaulted someone, hence he’s a scumbag. His politics should be irrelevant, yet solely because he’s a Republican some of the Republican voters support him. It’s asinine.1 · 9 hours ago
Tom TorenTrump’s move into the oval office has emboldened antisemitic neo Nazi’s, white nationalists, and psychotic thugs like this swine.5 · 13 hours ago
Anthony BevilacquaYou can call him Representative Gianforte now. I doubt the misdemeanor assault charge will amount to much now that the fox reporter has changed their story. And poor, whiny Ben Jacobs will have to find some other way to gin up some outrage against a republican candidate.1 · 7 hours ago
Ali FornaPlease tell the whole story-we currently have the crazy left sending death threats and have actually physically attacked our politicians. So this uninvited journalist walks into Gianforte’s office, and gets in his space. Got some Montana justice, if you ask me he is very lucky he didn’t get shot!2 · 12 hours ago
Susanna DuranThe Republican candidate has been cited for assault/battery and he and his campaigned lied about what really happened. 3 right leaning FOX news reporters corroborated the account the Guardian Reporter gave so the Republican lied through his teeth, shocker.9 hours ago
Kenneth WilliamsI was delighted this morning by the news that a GOP candidate had choke slammed a leftist reporter, only to be disappointed this afternoon to hear it was more fake news, the guy wasn’t actually choke slammed. What a letdown.6 · 14 hours ago
Tami WassonAnd this is the Trump effect! The republicans have no civility and never have anything nice to say and bully people all the time! I can’t wait to flip America in 2018! People of Europe I’m so embarrassed of the Presidents behavior at the NATO meeting! Most of us are not like this!10 hours ago
Julie EdisonHe was asking a simple, pointed question. The entire recording makes it very obvious that the reporter was not badgering or berating him. Physical violence was absolutely uncalled for.1 · 9 hours ago
Alissa FarrellWhat bugs me is that I didn’t find this news on Fox News and they were there! Most of the votes were submitted by mail and election was probably predetermined, bet some want their votes back. A decent republican would withdraw or make him withdraw8 hours ago