He made the statement last night in a tweet shared to his 7.2 million Twitter followers. It read: “@BBCNews You have completely lost it tonight.
“I simply don’t trust a word you say anymore and that’s sad.”
While the tweet was vague, with no reference to any specific story on the BBC’s agenda, the tweet was posted after a segment about government preparations for the first coronavirus lockdown in March 2020.
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Laura Kuenssberg had spoken to 20 government officials – off the record – about their actions ahead of the nationwide shutdown.
The rest of the show focused heavily on EU countries halting use of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine over reports of blood-clot issues.
Posting another tweet, 15 minutes before, he dismissed the vaccine fears saying: “I had the Astra Zeneca vaccine yesterday and my blood is still a liquid. So it’s fine.
The show also ran a story on the criticism of the police handling of the Sarah Everard vigil.
Many of his followers, sided with his views.
One posted in response: “I haven’t trusted The BBC @BBCNews for twenty years now.”
Another wondered if this could be a sign Jeremy might head to ITV, adding: “Your #GMB audition is going well I see”.
In a Twitter post liked just under 7,000 times, one fan wrote: “I’m calling for Jeremy Clarkson to replace Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain”.
Jeremy has not addressed whether this would be something he was interested in yet.
However, he did tweet his views after Piers left GMB last week amid his Meghan Markle comments.
On 9 March, he wrote: “People of America. You sent Piers Morgan back to the U.K.
“Now look what we’ve sent back to you. Ha. We win.”
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