The BBC’s hypocrisy and ire with Rangers has been exposed again today after reporter Suzanne Allan demanded First Minister Nicola Sturgeon issue a ‘red card’ to Rangers.
The Pacific Quay hack was taking part in the daily coronavirus spiel as covered on all the networks, and her first comment was to use the First Minister’s ‘yellow card then red card’ statement from the autumn against her.
Of course, what we’re getting at here is that this was related to Celtic’s Bolingoli and his indiscretions, but we’ve had multiple violations since this including the Aberdeen 8 and Celtic’s Dubai shambles, but only now that Rangers are involved do the BBC demand ‘action’.
Once again, Pacific Quay unfairly and partially target Rangers, violating their own guidelines as they have since 2011 if not earlier, in frequently smiting Rangers and focusing more on what they can criticise and castigate at Ibrox.
The reality is they’re not fully wrong – Rangers’ players, if guilty, have indeed broken protocol and should be dealt with harshly to the full extent of all tools available, and we are in no way making excuses for an act which could put our season in jeopardy.
But equally we’re aware of the BBC’s bias against us, and we take with a pinch of salt things they say in regard to us.