The Home Secretary hates protest – unless it’s against asylum-seekers

Last Updated: February 23, 2023By Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Speechless: remember when, challenged to explain how a teenage refugee from an African country might legally gain asylum in the UK, Suella Braverman had nothing to say? It’s a different story when she’s asked about protests against asylum-seekers who have already managed to get here.

Suella De Vil strikes again.

In her first interview as Home Secretary, for the far-right channel GB News, Suella Braverman has given her support to protests against asylum-seekers and refugees being housed in hotels across the UK.

Basically, she’s agreeing with racists who don’t want Johnny and Janey Foreigner to have a chance at a peaceful life, free from persecution.

What she fails to mention is that these people are only having to be kept in such accommodation because her Home Office is so inept at processing their asylum claims.

She stops short of advocating violence – thank sanity! – but I don’t think the person who tweeted the video clip is far wrong in their analysis:

Remember, this is the Home Secretary who has been pushing legislation through Parliament to prevent us from staging public protests. Apparently some protests are still valid, in her eyes – if they’re attacking foreigners and not the government.

And this person is allegedly threatening to quit the Tory Cabinet over a separate issue…

Let her go now.

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  1. Eli February 23, 2023 at 2:35 am - Reply

    They are not refugees or immigrants. They are economic migrants, nothing more. They come from non-war torn countries. We have British people on the streets, they should be housed first in the hotels. The boats should be turned back to France. They should all be removed. Many have been caught hanging around schools pestering the children for six and following them home, including some women being targeted and assaulted.

    • Mike Sivier February 24, 2023 at 4:56 pm - Reply

      Proof needed.

  2. flttymartyn February 23, 2023 at 3:27 pm - Reply

    Just find out where her family came from…why won’t the racist knuckledraggers focus on her?

  3. flttymartyn February 23, 2023 at 3:32 pm - Reply

    The whole disgusting, crooked and corrupt tory criminal Cartel need to go…not just this supporter of knuckledragging racists!

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