/ European News and Poland Thread 2
I came across Piers Morgan a few months ago in a video in which he made a British minister squirm about his incompetent handling of the pandemie. Since then I enjoyed watching him call out the British government and there were other issues on which he had a point. Even when I disagreed with him he usually made coherent argument. However it is really difficult to defend him on the Meghan debacle and I say this as someone who doesn't care for her or the monarchy. He made again some good points, however on a closer inspection it becomes apparant that he has a personal vendetta against her. He openly says so. The reason for this vendetta seems to be nothing but hsi own pride. He always cites his own experience with her as a reason why distrusts her: Apparantly they texted each other and met at a bar once for a few hours and since then she never xontacted her again. I mean seriously, that is his reason to distrust her? He says they were friends and than she "ghosted" him. I am sorry, but calling each other friends after one meeting is stretching and we have also no idea how the meeting went. Perhaps Meghan felt uncomfortably or simply did not like him, either way she hardly has to justify her decision to not keep in touch with every person she briefly met. If he had focused on his other criticism it would have been perfectly fine, but he had to make himself look like a spurned ex-admirer or her.
Apparently he tweeted 60 Times in one weekend about the Sussexes. Bordering on obsessive.
Yeah, it certainly looks that way. It is all good and well to make your point and defend it, but that seems really excessive.