That's not even mentioning the interview with Farage's friend Trump's former campaign manager Stever Bannon, a man who said he was "fascinated" by Mussolini. Off-air, things got worse when Bannon allegedly told the broadcaster's political editor, Theo Usherwood, that jailed former EDL leader Tommy Robinson is the "backbone of this country".
Bannon to me off-air: "Fuck you. Don't you fucking say you're calling me out. You fucking liberal elite. Tommy Robi… https://t.co/2EQriS559G
The companies you can send an anti-Farage nudge to are CapitalOne, Royal Mail, McDonald's, BMW, Oasis, Experian, TK Maxx, NatWest and British Gas. In a video posted to Twitter, newspaper columnist and political commentator Owen Jones said:
LBC are legitimising and making mainstream right-wing extremism and fascism, at a time when the far-right is on the march and poses a grave threat to this whole country.
And major companies are absolutely directly complicit in it and they have to be held to account.
The murder of Labour MP Jo Cox, the terrorist attack on worshippers outside Finsbury Park Mosque and the four foiled far-right UK terrorist plots in the space of a year are just examples of the growing danger posed by the far-right
Jones added that Farage "provides the gateway between the mainstream media and right-wing extremism", pointing to the alarming interview with Bannon as just an example.
People are keen on the idea - and have already started tweeting the companies involved.
Rightwing extremism’s on the rise - and LBC is legitimising it. Are major companies like @BritishGas, @Experian_UK… https://t.co/QTMd65SVR1