"That's Not True" BBC Host Hangs Up On Guest for Citing Rotherham Muslim Rape Scandal"I'm not even going to engage in this conversation ... it's really beneath me"
May. 29, 2016
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According to BBC host Dotun Adebayo, the Rotherham mass rape scandal never happened and bringing it up is "offensive."
On BBC 5's Up All Night radio show Friday, Adebayo asked guest Ryan Girdusky to defend Trump's "racist" plan to "ban all Muslims from America."
Girdusky said the ban is a temporary "halt on Muslim immigration" to address the problem of terrorism by Muslims in the US and went on to cite the mass rape scandal in Rotherham as a reason a nation may want to restrict Muslim immigration.
Adebayo responded by feigning outrage, claiming his accurate description of the scandal was "not true," and hanging up on him.
Action starts at 7:20:
From Red Alert Politics:
Girdusky [said] the U.K., like the U.S. has had issues created by Islamic immigration without proper vetting, especially the massive sex scandal in Rotherham where more than a thousand young women, who mostly white, were sexually molested by gangs of Muslim men.
"So Pakistanis did not rape white girls in Rotherham, England?" Girdusky said.
Sarah Wilson was not one of over 1400 victims and bringing up her raping by Pakistani migrants is beneath the folks at the BBC.
Contrary to Adebayo's claims, the Rotherham scandal did happen and the issue is as relevant as ever considering what's occuring in Germany and Sweden where they've allowed their countries to be flooded with Muslim migrants who are sexually assaulting and raping women en masse.
On Friday, the Sex Pistol's John Lydon came out and said he was banned from the BBC for blowing the whistle on Jimmy Savile's raping of children.
From The Daily Mail:
In 1978, when the Pistols had been causing maximum outrage and when Jimmy Savile was at the height of his fame, fronting shows for BBC radio and TV such as Top Of The Pops, Lydon gave an interview to Radio 1 in which he called Savile a ‘hypocrite... into all kinds of seediness... that we’re not allowed to talk about’. Though the segment wasn’t broadcast, hundreds of allegations of sexual abuse against the DJ came to light after Savile’s death in 2011.I wonder if Ryan Girdusky will be invited back on the BBC or if he too has now made their blacklist.
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