A TV presenter shouldn't say that.
To treat a member of
and to swing him a
"shut your mouth"
as sound as a stinging slap.
Calling for speedy justice, as in the Lola murder case, in defiance of the rules of the rule of law.
Take revenge on a murderous chronicle by unpacking the private life of its author.
A TV presenter shouldn't do that either.
Put noodles in the underpants of one of his columnists.
Ask another to put their hand on their sex.
Accept without flinching that one of his acolytes kisses the chest of a guest.
Letting the worst conspiracy theories pour out on a platter, such as that on adrenochrome, this drug supposedly made from "child's blood" to be sold to the powerful of this world.
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