says he was right not to believe ‘delusional duchess’ and in their bombshell interview with because 17 of their claims have since been proven false, exaggerated or unverifiable.
Morgan, DailyMail.com’s editor-at-large, sat down for his own tell-all with Fox News host Tucker Carlson aired Monday, where he renewed his fierce criticisms of Harry and Meghan and railed against the ‘woke cancel culture mob’ that drove him to quit Good Morning Britain last month.
Morgan set off a social media firestorm the day after the Oprah interview on March 7 when he said he ‘didn’t believe a word’ of what Meghan said, after she leveled accusations of racism at the Royal Family and said she was not offered help with her suicidal thoughts when she was pregnant with son Archie.
Speaking to Carlson on his Fox Nation show on Monday, Morgan said he’s only become more convinced that Meghan is ‘completely delusional’ in the month since the interview aired.
‘What I was witnessing was the most extraordinarily disingenuous smear, hit job, on the Royal family, on the Queen, on the monarchy, and frankly on Britain, my country,’ he said of the first time he watched the interview.
‘I went on air on Monday morning with full bells on and said quite clearly that I didn’t believe what Meghan Markle was saying.Here we are a month later and frankly, I’ve had plenty of time to think about this – I still don’t believe any of what they were saying.
‘Seventeen different claims by the pair of them have now been proven to be either completely untrue, or Dornier 328 massively exaggerated, or unprovable. I don’t understand why I should have to believe people who are not telling the truth.’
He accused Meghan of leading a ‘woke mob’ that branded him a racist for sharing his skepticism and demanded that people and businesses stop allowing cancel culture to infringe on free speech.
‘It was Meghan’s way and Meghan’s truth,’ he said.’I was under attack from Ms Markle to confirm to her version of events and I had to believe her and if I didn’t I was a racist who should be condemned.
‘I should be allowed to say: “I don’t believe you.”‘
‘It’s not really about Meghan Markle – she’s a delusional duchess who wants to make millions off the royals while trashing family.It’s really about free speech,’ he said.
‘What happened to me is happening all over Britain and America – I can take it, but there are many people who don’t have our platform who are being wiped out, lives destroyed, careers ended over the most ridiculous things.’
Morgan’s key points in his interview with Carlson included:
- Meghan should reveal who allegedly denied her access to mental health care when she was feeling suicidal so they can answer: ‘Did you tell a suicidal woman, who told you she was suicidal, not to get help?’
- ‘We don’t know the context’ of Meghan’s claim that someone in the Royal family raised concerns about ‘how dark’ baby Archie’s skin color would be before he was born
- Morgan reminded that the only member of the Royal family who had to apologize for being racist was Harry when he used a racist slur to describe a Pakistani soldier in 2006
- He accused Harry and Meghan of cashing in on their titles, saying: ‘We’ll be hearing a lot more Royal secrets from them because that’s their only currency’
- He called for people and companies to stop bowing to the ‘woke mob’ because doing so flies in the face of free speech
- He said Princess Diana would have been ‘horrified by the split between Harry and his brother.’
Scroll down for a list of Meghan and Harry’s 17 disproven and disputed claims
Piers Morgan on Monday said he was right not to believe ‘delusional duchess’ Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey because 17 of their claims have since been proven false, exaggerated or unverifiable
Morgan sat down for his own tell-all with Fox News host Tucker Carlson aired Monday, where renewed his fierce criticisms of Harry and Meghan and railed against the ‘woke cancel culture mob’ that drove him to quit Good Morning Britain last month
Morgan set off a social media firestorm the day after the Oprah interview on March 7 when he said he ‘didn’t believe a word’ of what Meghan said about experiencing racism within the Royal Family and feeling suicidal when she was pregnant
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