Theresa May accused Jeremy Corbyn of racism and got what she deserved

This is Theresa May’s attitude to people who belong to an ethnic minority.

Oh dear. Oh very dearie me indeed.

I wonder which ill-advised advisor told Tory Theresa May at Prime Minister’s Questions to ignore the first inquiry from Jeremy Corbyn and tackle him over the fabricated nonsense about an anti-Semitism epidemic in the Labour Party? If you didn’t see it, here she is:

You go girl!

(No, seriously, you have to go, girl. You just made the worst mockery of yourself that could possibly happen, for the reason elucidated by Ian Davies.)

There was a huge response to this – partly fuelled by Yr Obdt Srvt:

The SNP’s Commons leader, Ian Blackford, took issue with Mrs May over her flagrant hypocrisy.

Yes indeed:

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2 thoughts on “Theresa May accused Jeremy Corbyn of racism and got what she deserved

  1. Mark C

    And how did the BBC’s 1’O Clock Propaganda Bulletin report it? No mention of the hypocrisy of Treeeza beyond ‘a bit of cheek’ and that A/S is now clearly a ‘Jeremy Corbyn problem’. The outgoing PM has been seen for the hypocritical idiot she is on social media and by anyone with intelligence, but there are thousands of sheep out there who still take their news from the BBC who will be coming away with a different outlook and, in that view, that’s the Tories aims met. .

  2. nmac064

    The fact that the Tories are getting ever more nasty and insulting in their attacks upon Jeremy Corbyn’s character shows just how frightened of him and desperate they are.

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