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GB News presenter and ‘anti-woke’ comedian ‘goes missing’ from channel

Stand-up comedian Leo Kearse, who regularly appears on GB News, has seemingly “vanished” from the channel in recent days.

The Scottish funnyman is known for his right-wing ‘anti-woke’ comedy which challenges cancel culture and alleged BBC bias.

The 47-year-old is frequently part of GB News’ Headliners programme and hosts his own show, Saturday Night Showdown.

However, viewers of the controversial news channel have noticed he has been absent from these programmes recently.

According to The Metro, reports suggest his absence could be linked to an investigation by the advocacy group Hope Not Hate.

For the past 20 years, the organisation, which is based in the United Kingdom, has campaigned against racism and fascism.

The Times reported that the group has claimed Leo has been using an anonymous account to share “hate-filled” rants on social media.

He’s not appeared on GB News since these allegations were made.

Hope Not Hate is said to have connected Leo to a private account on a website called Telegram which has reportedly used racist slurs against South Asian people.

The account posted under the name Neo Glaive, but it has since been deleted.

The account was seen interacting with a channel focusing on the Ukraine war which the comedian had endorsed in the past.

A Hope Not Hate spokesperson said: “His endorsement of race science, abuse of ethnic groups and working-class Brits and celebration of the Moscow attack should be a red line for GB News and the advertisers who pay their bills.”

GB News has been contacted by Express.co.uk for comment on the allegations.

Suspicion was sparked that GB News has suspended Joe from hosting duties until the claims are cleared after he did not present his usual Saturday night show at the weekend.

Joe has not addressed the claims on his social media pages and his GB News programmes are still part of his Twitter bio.

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