Tory tittle-tattler Perry LIBELS Jeremy Corbyn as an anti-Semite on national TV

Claire Perry: Even in the Commons, it seems she’s a loudmouth.

I hope he sues her out of every single possession she has.

Tory blowhard Claire Perry – who has amazingly managed to con the people of Devizes into making her their MP – appeared on the BBC’s Question Time yesterday evening (November 15) and said the following:

Jeremy Corbyn is not an anti-Semite.

But Ms Perry probably thought it was worth making the claim because Labour’s chief organising committees don’t need any evidence to find members guilty of anti-Semitism.

His party’s ruling National Executive Committee (of which, yes, he is a member) isn’t above falsely accusing innocent members of anti-Semitism, purely to score points with one or two members of the general public who make false claims, purely (in turn) in order to make Labour’s NEC do exactly as I’ve just described.

And his party’s National Constitutional Committee, which runs the disciplinary hearings at which these cases are heard, isn’t above ignoring the facts of these cases to find these false accusations true.

So Labour certainly has a perception problem when it comes to anti-Semitism. Both those organisations would rather trash the good names of innocent members than risk their party being slagged off as racist by a few liars.

Yet Claire Perry still called Jeremy Corbyn an anti-Semite.

And the NEC and NCC have brought themselves into disrepute with their false accusations and perversions of justice.

And the fact that they have done this means they have jeopardised any credibility a future Labour government might have as being able to deal with facts rather than fantasy.

So I’d like to ask the members of those organisations who came up with the boneheadedly imbecilic idea of pandering to a bunch of liars…

How’s that working out for you?

Afterthought: More shocking than Ms Perry’s libel is the fact that the BBC allowed it to be broadcast. As I understand it,Question Time isn’t recorded live – precisely in order to prevent legally-questionable material being broadcast, because every fresh publication of a libel is a new libel. In broadcasting her outburst, the BBC has made itself liable for legal action as well.

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7 thoughts on “Tory tittle-tattler Perry LIBELS Jeremy Corbyn as an anti-Semite on national TV

  1. kateuk

    Isn’t it slander when it’s spoken and libel when it’s written? I saw the program and I was disgusted by what she said, that shouldn’t have been broadcast.

  2. Joan Edington

    I couldn’t believe that it was let go. Someone in the audience ought to have pointed out that this venomous woman was not being protected by her accustomed parliamentary privilege and Corbyn should sue her for slander.

  3. Lynn Dye

    What made it even worse for me was that Dimbleby silenced the crowd so that she could repeat the slander again. Atrocious. Jeremy should sue/

  4. henry walsh

    IT is knowing that when you are losing the argument you diverse into profanities me thinks she protest to much.

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