GB News’ Mark Dolan hails Piers’ Ofcom decision as a “setback for the woke mafia.”


GB News’ Mark Dolan hails Piers’ Ofcom decision as a “setback for the woke mafia.”

The verdict by Ofcom on Piers Morgan’s comments regarding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey, according to GB NEWS’ Mark Dolan, is a big defeat for the “woke mafia.”

Piers Morgan, the former host of Good Morning Britain, was entirely within his rights to question Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, about her experiences with racism within the Royal Family, according to Ofcom. Despite the regulator’s warning that the broadcaster’s words could potentially cause “offence and hurt,” GB News host and comedian Mark Dolan has hailed their statement as a triumph for free expression.

Ofcom’s comment on Piers Morgan’s skepticism of Meghan Markle’s charges against the Royal Family, according to GB News host Mark Dolan, is a significant triumph for British television.

When co-anchor Alex Beresford questioned his beliefs, the former Good Morning Britain host stormed off set.

Morgan stated he “did not believe a word she said” during the Sussexes’ historic encounter with Oprah Winfrey.

Suffocating his views would be a “chilling constraint” on free speech, according to the UK’s communications regulator Ofcom, which also noted his “apparent indifference” for the subject of suicide.

GBN broadcaster Mark Dolan declared their decision a win, both for Morgan and for the current condition of journalism in the UK, in his regular program “Mark’s Monologue.”

He stated, “Today is a significant setback for the woke mafia.”

“The swivel-eyed, keyboard-thumping cranks who want to silence debate and confine the public conversation to their ever-changing, ever-narrow ideological narrative.

“Freedom has been restored as a result of this excellent decision, and cancel culture is well on its way to being cancelled.”

He also saw the decision as a positive omen for GB News’ future, claiming that it will continue to speak truth to power for “years to come.”

ITV has already been cleared of a record 58,000 complaints filed against Piers Morgan following his contentious comments about Harry and Meghan, thanks to Ofcom’s decision.

The duchess herself has lodged complaints against both the regulator and ITV.

Meghan Markle said in the interview that her mental health had deteriorated to the point where she “didn’t want to be alive any longer.”


She further alleged that an anonymous member of the Royal Family questioned ‘how black’ their unborn child Archie’s complexion would be.

Piers Morgan, on the other hand, dismissed her claims on GMB the next morning.

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