Tuesday, March 27, 2012

A Bit about This Piers Morgan Character

Ron Paul takes down Piers Morgan nicely in the video below, but who is this Piers Morgan character?

Talk about a guy that should have stepped down, Wikipedia informs that "in 2000, he was the subject of an investigation after Suzy Jagger wrote a story in The Daily Telegraph revealing that he had bought £20,000 worth of shares in the computer company Viglen soon before the Mirror 's 'City Slickers' column tipped Viglen as a good buy. Morgan was found by the Press Complaints Commission to have breached the Code of Conduct on financial journalism, but kept his job."

Wikipedia further reports that,"His show on CNN, Piers Morgan Tonight, has been described by Hank Stuever as 'droning,' 'unnecessary,' and 'rubbish'."

Morgan is 46 and has already written three volumes of memoirs. I wonder if he will mention the smackdown Ron Paul gave him in what is sure to be a volume 4.


  1. Piers Morgan isn't that bad. Sure he was rude to Ron Paul during this interview, but if you watched the last time that Ron Paul was interviewed by Pier Morgan, it Morgan seemed very supportive of him.

    Also, it that doesn't leave you liking Piers, you need to watch him interview Davis Guggenheim when they discus the recent Obama documentary. Piers rips him Guggenheim to shreds for his unwavering support of Obama.


  2. His nickname in the British satirical magazine Private Eye is 'Piers Moron'. Tells you all you need to know really.

  3. Pierced Organ is a sleazy number. He started out as a "showbiz reporter" for one of Rupert Murdoch's tabloids. He caught an updraft somewhere and soon became editor of the Daily Mirror, a national tabloid.

    He had to resign when he approved the publication of photos showing British troops urinating on Iraqi prisoners. The problem was, the incident never happened and the photos were faked. Before walking he tried to cling on by claiming that the photos show what it would have looked like, if it had happened.

    As for what he knows, he's a Labour Party operator and Gordon Brown stooge. He appeared on a programme a few years ago called "Qestion Time", a political discussion show. He claimed that Brown was, from 1997 to 2007, the greatest Chancellor Britain's ever had and the architect of our magnificent boom. Within a year the recession had hit.