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A Series of tweets Has exposed Vile AntiSemitism From a Journalist Employed by The BBC

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Hello, and welcome to ATP's Really Dumb Things, They Said. I'm Barry Nussbaum. Independence, impartiality, objectiveness, and fairness: a series of tweets has exposed vile anti-Semitism being espoused by a journalist employed by the BBC, better known as the British Broadcasting Corporation.

After a horrendously slanted video report titled, "Israel-Gaza, What Bella Hadid Stands says about changing conversations," was posted to that BBC website. It emerged that the presenter, Tala Halawa, has made a number of clearly anti-Semitic and genocidal comments on social media. Perhaps the most objectionable tweet called Israel, "more Nazi than Hitler." Then she went on to say, “Hitler was right."

Supermodel Bella Hadid is quoted in the BBC report as well. She's the same supermodel who's been chanting, "from the river to the sea, Palestine will be free." Just in case you weren't sure, that chant calls for the destruction of a sovereign country named Israel.

Other dumb things from Hawala, "Zionists can't get enough of our blood" and "eliminate Israel and relocate them to the United States."

So, why did the BBC not do its due diligence before hiring this person? Someone with an openly anti-Semitic history that well, is there for anyone to see. You can do a Twitter check before you hire the person, couldn't you? Wouldn't that have been a simple thing to do? Then they left her on the air.

Dumb BBC quotes and even a dumber model who gets quoted by a Nazi. Way to go, BBC, and thanks for rejecting all of your very noble guidelines on free, safe, and objective press. Not!

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