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Congratulations to Tom Pride for pointing out this travesty:

When it comes to fighting terrorists, Nigel Farage’s team and UKIP supporters seem to think our heroic police are an “embarrassment” to the country.

Farage’s head of communications is someone called Dan Jukes.

Jukes sarcastically tweeted yesterday that British police are no match for terrorists after officers were seen dancing at a Manchester parade:

And when Farage supporters crawled out of the social media woodwork to call British police officers an “embarrassment” – Farage’s hand-picked communications director agreed:

Our police might be able to dance. But that doesn’t mean they wouldn’t be able to boogie on over to the most brutal looking terrorist or criminal and put them in their place at the drop of hat if called on to do so.

Source: Farage team calls British police officers “embarrassment” after heroic PCs fight off terror attackers | Pride’s Purge


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