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:
@MidWalesMike You missed out the word imaginary there, given your record on racism you can’t call anyone on racism.
— Ian Davies (@IanTheInventor) July 17, 2019
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:
— London DADA (@artaxis) July 17, 2019
after 3 years she's still not twigged the purpose of #PMQs, despite getting the questions in advance it's difficult to think of anything he's asked to which she's given a proper answer
— Sue Lane (@sulaAlice) July 17, 2019
— Mama Fratelli (@MamaFratelli4) July 17, 2019
The SNP’s Commons leader, Ian Blackford, took issue with Mrs May over her flagrant hypocrisy.
She was the architect of the disgraceful 'go home' vans – a shocking home office Initiative that was straight out of trump's racist playbook
— FarRightWatchWales (@NoToHateInWales) July 17, 2019
#pmqs Just In Case You Missed:
Former head of the civil service Sir Bob Kerslake sums up "the hostile environment policy"
"There were some who saw it as almost reminiscent of Nazi Germany in the way it's working"
If you think Theresa May is racist RT pic.twitter.com/Y5e9gdPtju
— Ramesh Patel – They Would Rather You Ignore This (@IamalrightJack) July 17, 2019
This Prime Minister sent out ‘Go Home’ vans, created the ‘hostile environment’, deported black British citizens & won’t tackle Islamaphobia in her party; now she uses #PMQs to politicise the very serious issue of anti-semitism to shouts of “More!” from Tory MPs. SHAMEFUL.
— Dan Carden MP (@DanCardenMP) July 17, 2019
Theresa May is a racist goblin who deported black British citizens to their deaths in exile overseas and repeatedly sought to deport gays and lesbians to vile homophobic regimes like Uganda, where they have the death penalty for homosexuality.
pass it on.
— Another Angry Voice (@Angry_Voice) July 17, 2019
Oh, and by the way…
You might also remember that May was Home Sec then and that the compassionate request was denied.
— Monsignor it's all Corbyn's fault. (@ItCorbyn) July 17, 2019
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