Brexit Frontman Nigel Farage blasted Meghan Markle for delivering an epic acting performance during her recent interview.
Farage mentioned how all the statements made by Meghan had absolutely no truth in them. Moreover, he lashed out at her for giving a public interview so that people would ‘plead with others how she had the victim status.’
Appearing for an interview on Fox News on Wednesday, Farage mentioned hosting Laura Ingraham how the entire thing was just a fabrication. In the same way, he also defended the entire British monarchy against Meghan’s accusations of how the family is steeped in racism.
“Our whole royal family has done so much work for so many people of color around the world.” He also spoke about how it is an absolute sin to attack someone who thinks they have a mental health status.
This comment was made in reference to the recent Piers Morgan backlash that the star presenter received for criticizing Meghan on her Oprah interview.
Morgan is also guilty of casting great doubt about the authenticity of Meghan Markle’s claims.
On the other hand, Fox News presenter Ingraham also accused Meghan Markle of hurling a great number of claims at the Royal family. She also spoke about how Meghan played her cards well and was also able to get all of her critics canceled in what was termed as the ‘ultimate privilege.’
The bombshell interview plunged the entire royal family into one of the worst crises, even since the death of Princess Death, which took place in 1997.
Meghan accused the British Royals of subjecting her to great racism, behind the closed doors of Buckingham Palace. But the real eyebrow-raising statement came when she spoke about how an unnamed member of the royal family worried about how dark Archie’s skin would turn out to be at birth.
Farage simply denounced all of Meghan’s claims and called the interview ‘simply untrue.
’ He also attacked Prince Harry for mentioning how the royal family cut him off financially.He believes that the latter took place, only after the couple gave up their royal duties, left the UK, and had gone to the West Coast.