Ryan Girdusky, a writer for Red Alert Politics and a Donald Trump supporter was shut down by the BBC after he refused to call Trump a racist and then brought up the rape of 1,400 little white girls at the hands of Pakistani Muslims in Rotherham, England.
Here is the conversation between Girdusky and BBC host, Dotun Adebayo:
“Oh come on Ryan, come on,” Adebayo said in an attempt to talk over Girdusky .
“That’s true, did that not happen?” Girdusky asked. “Did they not target little white girls?”
“Ryan, Ryan, Ryan, that is beneath you,” the BBC host replied.
“Did that not happen?” Girdusky asked.
“Actually no, that’s not true as you know,”Adebayo claimed.
“So Pakistanis did not rape white girls in Rotherham, England?” Girdusky replied.
“I’m not even going to engage in this conversation Ryan, it’s really beneath me and beneath you as well,” Adebayo argued before ending the interview adding, “I do apologize for anything [Girdusky] says that might be offensive.”
So, according to the BBC the gang rape of little girls as young as 11 is ok but mentioning that it happened is deplorable.
As summarized in a British government inquiry: It is hard to describe the appalling nature of the abuse that child victims suffered. They were raped by multiple perpetrators, trafficked to other towns and cities in the north of England, abducted, beaten, and intimidated. There were examples of children who had been doused in petrol and threatened with being set alight, threatened with guns, made to witness brutally violent rapes and threatened they would be next if they told anyone. Girls as young as 11 were raped by large numbers of male perpetrators.
Keith Vaz, a Labour MP (A far left liberal) said that the fact that all the rapists were Muslims and all the victims were white girls is merely coincidental.
The interview began with Adebayo trying to get Girdusky to say that Donald Trump is a racist for trying to keep Muslims out of the United States until we could properly vet them. Adebayo was over matched. Girdusky just completely owned him from start to finish. Adebayo asked Girdusky to admit that Trump was a racist and Girdusky would have none of it. Adebayo brought up Timothy McVeigh and pointed out that he was a white American born terrorist.
Girdusky replied like this:
“Yes, 20 years ago we had an insane white man who was born and bred in America. And since those 20 years though we’ve had dozens of attempted or successful terrorist attacks by Muslims, many of them who were not born in this country. So let’s take care of the problem of today, not the problem of 20 years ago. And, the problem of today is [that] a lot of times terrorist attacks are created by Muslims, whether you like it or not.
Then Girdusky added this:
“England has their own problems with Muslims, up in Northern England raping little white girls.”
That led to the discussion on Rotherham and the BBC’s refuse to acknowledge the rapes by Muslims and even apologized to them if they were offended.