We’re constantly seeing famous people, and even powerful politicians and actors being canceled because of telling the truth…
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That’s the story of British anchor, Piers Morgan, who dared to confront spoiled “princesita” Meghan Markle.
According to Morgan, Meghan contacted his boss, ITV’s Dame Carolyn McCall, after the journalist had objected on air to some of the claims Markle had made to Winfrey.
“I also know that she had personally contacted, along with Ofcom (Office of Communications), which is a government regulatory body,” Morgan continued. “So I was under attack by Miss Markle both directly to my boss and to the government regulatory body, under attack to basically conform to her versions of events.”
“I have to believe her, and if I didn’t, I was a callous racist, and I should be condemned and ultimately … lose my job.”
In the interview, Markle openly expressed the disappointment that her little boy Archie didn’t get the title “little Prince” stating that was because of the color of his skin – since Meghan’s mother is black…
She also accused the staff of the Buckingham Palace of inappropriate behavior and racist comments and segregation.
Just a little reminder here – The children of the Queen’s one daughter, Princess Anne, have no titles, and the children of the Queen’s youngest son, Prince Edward, have relatively minor titles.
So, though Morgan made it clear that he did not want a “racist king” in the future, he was also very critical of the story that Markle tried to push in the media and the world, regarding her son’s title.
“You can’t muck around with facts,” Morgan said in his last appearance on Good Morning Britain, with host Tucker Carlson. “It’s been demonstrated today in every paper that that ‘fact’ (of Archie being robbed of princedom because of his potential skin color) was untrue.”
“A journalist’s job … is to express skepticism about the some of the more outlandish claims, like the secret wedding, like the story about Archie becoming the prince, even the small stuff like she’d never had any interest in the Royals and there are pictures of her draped over the Buckingham Palace railings when she was a teenager,” Morgan told Carlson.
“I should be able to be a journalist and question the veracity of those statements,” he continued. “And frankly, in a democracy that values freedom of speech, I should be allowed to say, ‘I’m sorry, I don’t believe you.’ But I wasn’t. I wasn’t allowed to do that. It was Meghan’s way, and Meghan’s narrative, and Meghan’s ‘truth.’”
“I’m sorry, I’m not a racist,” he exclaimed. “I just don’t believe her.”