The British Medical Journal is only a credible source when it doesn’t mention Tory austerity, the BBC has claimed.
The BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg said: “When the BMJ linked Tory austerity to 120,000 excess deaths, we decided to ignore it because the Conservative Government would prefer the public did not know how many people have died as a result of their cruel and unnecessary cuts to benefits and public services.”
“I’m tired of Marxist organisations like the BMJ trying to silence me.”
“Why can’t they just accept that the poor need to live within their means and forgo things like health care, food, and shelter if they are only on minimum wage?”
“The BMJ is only a credible source when it does not mention anything embarrassing for the Conservative Party.”
“And even if it was a credible source, there are far more important issues to be reported, such as why Jeremy Corbyn is a vampire antichrist, and why the disabled are to blame for rising inflation.”