Here’s a little perspective, courtesy of Tom Pride.
He writes: “Thank goodness powerful voices are finally making a stand against abuse of our poor, voiceless BBC journalists.”
If you don’t like it, take a good, hard look at yourself. Put what happened to Ms Kuenssberg next to what happens to any number of other people all the time and the reaction against it is humiliatingly disproportionate. Humiliating for those who take her side, that is.
So who are the real abusers? Those who hissed a reporter who simply refuses to do her job properly?
Or the reporter herself and those who side with her?
Think carefully before responding.
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