So a single bloke on the telly says something and that makes it a fact?
Who said it was a 'fact'? I said 'it was alleged'... now that's a fact.
They are transmitting an allegation and a pretty important allegation at that.The BBC et al are simply transmitting a rumour
We are at least aware of the 'allegation' because of it and this may lead to more information as to whether it is true or not and maybe, (if it is true), to how such a scenario came about.and we are supposed to have some deeper understanding of what has happened because of it?
Seems like wild speculation to me, one that he is lying and two as to a possible reason; so you have an assumption based on an assumption. Good debunking.Of course, people never tell lies to exaggerate their importance, do they?
Of course some people tell lies, politicians have more of a track record for it than most.