Piers Morgan, the previous co-host of ITV’s “Good Morning Britain,” took to Twitter Wednesday to deal with his critics and make a case without cost speech.
Morgan abruptly walked off the present’s set this week after a tense change with a fellow co-host. The community later introduced that he severed ties with the present. He took to Twitter to point out that the fallout did little to alter his opinion on the matter.
“On Monday, I stated I didn’t imagine Meghan Markle in her Oprah interview,” he posted. “I’ve had time to mirror on this opinion, and I nonetheless don’t. When you did, OK. Freedom of speech is a hill I’m comfortable to die on. Thanks for all of the love, and hate. I’m off to spend extra instances with my opinions.”
He posted the message hooked up to an image of former Prime Minister Winston Churchill along with his well-known quote, “Some folks’s concept of [free speech] is that they’re free to say what they like, but when anybody says something again, that’s an outrage.”
Morgan stormed off the present’s set after an change with co-host Alex Beresford.
Morgan has been crucial of the Sussexes and was confronted by Beresford who criticized him for showing to carry a grudge in opposition to Meghan over an earlier, unidentified slight.
Morgan walked off and stated, “OK, I’m achieved with this. Sorry, no, can’t do that.”
He later returned.
Morgan drew greater than 40,000 complaints after saying he did not “imagine a phrase” of Meghan’s claims of Royal Household racism and bullying. That prompted an investigation of Morgan by the UK’s “Ofcom,” or Workplace of Communications, below its “hurt and offense guidelines.”
Fox Information’ David Rutz contributed to this report