Piers Morgan issues ‘trigger warning’ as fans share delight over epic TV return

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Piers Morgan issued an "urgent trigger warning" to "woke snowflakes" during the first episode of Uncensored.

The controversial presenter, 57 informed viewers that not everyone will enjoy his new show, which promises to stand up for free speech.

He said: "I want to issue an urgent trigger warning for all ultra sensitive, permanently offended woke snowflakes who may have accidentally tuned into this show."

He went on to say: "You are not going to enjoy my show. In fact, It's going to really annoy you.

The presenter said that his new show "may even provoke trauma" because of his celebration of "real" free speech.

The former GMB host continued: "Free speech is supposed to be a bedrock of any real democratic society – the kind where it's okay to disagree.

"It's going to be celebrating free speech – real free speech. Nobody's getting cancelled on Piers Morgan Uncensored."

Fans on Twitter have expressed their delight over the fiery broadcaster's return. 

One user wrote: "Brilliant, welcome back master Piers Morgan."

A second penned: "That was a breath of fresh air. Still can’t believe the tides are turning back to normal. Thanks Piers."

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