BBC Blows Public Cash On Anti Donald Trump Programming, Tells Mexicans ‘You’re Welcome’

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has produced a comedy show dedicated to lampooning and playing up the “threat” of U.S. Presidential candidate Donald Trump, with no signs that a similar programme about Hillary Clinton will be made. Posting to the BBC Three Facebook page on Monday, the organisation said: “Something’s coming. Maybe it’s Moriarty… Maybe it’s not. Sherlock: An Unpredictable Candidate. Coming soon.” What followed was a 60-second long piece of video that contained various clips of Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump, randomly interspersed with clips from the Sherlock television programme. It is unclear what is humorous about the mash-up: Something's coming. Maybe it's Moriarty… Maybe it's not. #Sherlock: An Unpredictable Candidate. Coming soon. — BBC Three (@bbcthree) September 5, 2016 And the BBC also told a Facebook user from Mexico they were “welcome” to the propaganda being created by using public funds from the United Kingdom. The unofficial Sherlock BBC en Español page reacted to the anti-Trump video: “THANK YOU!!! FROM Mexico with all our love to#Sherlock.” BBC Three responded: “You’re welcome :)”. But not all reactions to the clip were positive. User Faith Byk said: “I do not find amusing.. stupid really”, while Dave Wiseman said: “Hillary version????” Charles