Eamonn Holmes did not hold back as he gave his opinion on anti-monarchist protestors on Wednesday’s GB News. The presenter claimed protestors should “b***** off” and “show some respect” for a family in mourning as the Queen is laid to rest.
Looking at the day’s headlines, Isabel Webster began: “We’re going to turn our attention, and we’re staying with the Mail Clare, to talk about this criticism of the monarchy.
“People being arrested like the widely publicised young man who was heckling Prince Andrew but also a woman who was holding a blank sheet of paper.
“We have to remember don’t we 25 percent of the most recent polling, 25 percent of this country of people aren’t in favour of the monarchy.
“They have a right to have their voice heard do they not?”
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“However, the public order bill which has just been sent through, we are not living in some communist country like Russia.
“People still have the fundamental right to object, they have the fundamental right to free speech.”
Eamonn interrupted: “What? To be ignorant and disrespectful?”
Claire continued: “If that is the way that they are, nothing can change that.”