FINANCIAL TIMES EDITOR EXPOSED (ACCIDENTAL PUBLIC TWEET) | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

FINANCIAL TIMES EDITOR EXPOSED (ACCIDENTAL PUBLIC TWEET)

Financial Times editor Lionel Barber thought he was sending out a direct private tweet. Not so, He accidently sent the tweet out a publicly. In the tweet, he attached a letter that informed that he had been chosen to be awarded the Légion d’Honneur by French President François Hollande. There is no doubt, he was awarded this because of his pro-EU, anti-Brexit stance. This explains why as...

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This cheapens and demeans the awarding of the Legion D'Honneur just about as much as the moment when our Warmonger in Chief, President Obama, accepted the Nobel Peace Prize.

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