Deputy Prime Minister confronted during incident
Paul Joseph Watson
March 21, 2014
A protester crashed a live BBC News broadcast to warn of “institutional pedophile rings” operating in the United Kingdom.
BBC reporter Norman Smith was scheduled to conduct an interview with Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg but moments earlier Clegg was forced to flee the scene in central London after he was confronted by a protester, who according to Norman “spoiled the occasion”.
The same protester, Bill Maloney, then hijacked the BBC broadcast to proclaim, “institutional pedophile rings operating in this country now, I just asked Nick Clegg a question…” before directors cut the live feed and crossed back to the main BBC anchor who offered his “apologies” for the incident.
In the earlier incident where Maloney confronts Clegg during a photo-op, he asks the Deputy Prime Minister, “Four years I asked you what you were going to do about institutional pedophile rings operating in this country now, your reply to me Nick was ‘I don’t know what you mean by institutional pedophile rings’, do you understand what I was talking about four years ago?” Clegg replied that he was there to talk about taxes and walked away before being pursued by Maloney and journalist Sonia Poulton.
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