BBC Host Called For Biden to "Hurry Up" and Murder Trump

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A BBC host posted a bold statement on social media after the Supreme Court ruled on presidential immunity. Hey, Biden, hurry up and have former President Trump murdered.


Murdered. That sounds like incitement, doesn't it? 

"If I was Biden I'd hurry up and have Trump murdered on the basis that he is a threat to America's security," Radio 4's "Briefing Room" show host David Aaronovitch posted to X, with the hashtag, "SCOTUS."

He seems nice. 

As soon as the blowback began, he deleted the post. That's what the Trump-deranged leftists do - they launch a grenade and then they try to cover it up. 

Making this even more obnoxious, this guy's a Brit. He doesn't get a say in American domestic politics. We fought a war over independence from the monarchy and celebrated our country's birth yesterday. Poor timing, dude.

His tweet drew criticism from conservatives in the United Kingdom. Some questioned if he violated the BBC's editorial guidelines on impartiality.  

Laurence Fox, a British actor and leader of the Reclaim Party, told Aaronovitch he had reported the post to law enforcement and the U.S. embassy. 

"You should lose your job for incitement to murder," he posted to X.

Good for him.


You know who had an American citizen assassinated because he was deemed a threat to America? Barack Obama. Obama did his dirty work with drone strikes. American citizen and alleged al-Qaeda operative Anwar al-Awlaki was killed in a 2011 drone strike in Yemen.

Just remember that every time some unhinged leftists claim that Trump will assassinate his political opponents, the Democrats are projecting. Democrats always claim Republicans do, or are doing, what they do. It never fails. 

The bantering around of the word murder when it comes to responses from the left over the SCOTUS ruling has been alarming. The left falsely conflates the immunity ruling by giving the president a get-out-of-jail-free card on any crime they may commit in office. 

Fever dreams of murdering Trump have occurred in past years but this new wave of calls about his murder is an aggressive flex into dark territory. 

When Aaronovitch deleted the post, he blamed "a far-right pile on." It was just satire, y'all.

"There’s now a far-right pile on suggesting that my tweet about the Supreme Court’s ruling on presidential immunity is an incitement to violence when it’s a satire. So I’m deleting it. If nothing else though it’s given me a map of some the daftest people on this site," he wrote in a follow-up post.

Was it?

Comedian Kathy Griffin "expressed frustration" with Trump by holding up what looked like his severed head in a tweet. Most of those on the left didn't say a peep against such behavior. 


Barron Trump was 11 years old when she did that. He thought it was real. 

The left is ok with this crap. It's a dangerous discourse in today's political environment. The media has encouraged Trump-derangement to flourish and continue since Trump won the 2016 election. TDS consumes them. Nothing is too outlandish. 

That includes all the talk of murder on the left after the SCOTUS ruling on immunity. I've never seen anything like it. 

Here's a jewel from Hollywood: 


This is where we are. Chief Justice Roberts specifically wrote that no one is above the law in his opinion. No one. Just wait until Trump wins in November if he does. It will be much worse than it was in 2016. 

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