Pierce Morgan is on Cloud Nine when the UK’s communications regulator cleared him of any wrongdoing in his comments against Meghan Markle, which led to her leaving “Good Morning UK”.
Calling the Duchess of Sussex a “liar” after her explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey in March, Morgan said, “I don’t believe a word of it. If she reads it, I’ll read the weather report.” “I can’t believe it. He’s attacking our royal family. Morgan dramatically walked out of the studio when the weather presenter Alex Bersford called him for repeated attacks on the royal family.” The BJP leadership asked him to apologize for maintaining his position, but instead tendered his resignation.
Meanwhile, angry viewers of the show, including Meghan, themselves approached the Office of Communications about Morgan’s remarks, and the public filed 57,000 complaints against him. Offcom has now ruled that although the television presenter made some “potentially harmful and aggressive” remarks, it did not violate the broadcasting code.
” [Ofcom broadcasting] The Code allows individuals to express strongly and strongly debated views, including those that are potentially harmful or highly aggressive. Restrictions on such views, in our view, would be an unnecessary and cold restriction on freedom of expression for both broadcasters and listeners.
Morgan is now celebrating his victory with another slogan against the former American actress. “It’s a great victory for free speech and a great defeat for Princess Pinocchio. Should I get my job back?” They Tweeted.
He also said that he has been getting many job offers since the off-job decision and he will make a decision soon. ITV. He told reporters outside his home, “I have a lot of offers and they have accelerated in the last 10 hours, as you can imagine, and I will be running my free speech campaign around the world and All I need is an employer. I believe in it as emotionally as I do.