LABOUR MPs have openly attacked a Tory MP on Twitter for daring to mention grooming gangs.
Tory MP Nadine Dorries responded to a tweet by London’s Muslim mayor Sadiq Kahn in which he said that it was time “to act on hate speech.”
Mayor Khan launched an anti-hate campaign amid a national sexual abuse scandal in which it was discovered mostly Asian men had pimped and raped 1,000s of white girls and were protected by Labour-run authorities in Telford, simply because they didn’t want to be branded “Racist.”
What’s it got to do with the Mayor of LONDON or are you being racist?
— Anna Turley MP (@annaturley) March 13, 2018
Nadine Dorries, who is the Tory MP for Mid Bedfordshire replied to Sadiq Kahn and said: “How about, ‘it’s time to act on sex abusing grooming gangs,’ instead?”
Labour MPs then started to attack Nadine for daring to mention grooming gangs with one accusing her of being a “Racist”.
Labour MP Anna Turley, who represents Redcar in Yorkshire said, “What’s it got to do with the Mayor of LONDON or are you being racist?”
Labour’s Wes Streeting MP then told Nadine Dorries to “Delete her account,” and called Nadine a Hypocrite; “Number of times Nadine Dorries has mentioned ‘grooming gangs’ in Parliament? Zero”
It didn’t take long to discover that Labour’s Streeting had NEVER mentioned grooming gangs in Parliament.
Number of times Nadine Dorries has mentioned 'grooming gangs' in Parliament? Zero. Stinking hypocrisy and thinly veiled prejudice. Delete your account. https://t.co/58mABAkHhn
— Wes Streeting MP (@wesstreeting) March 13, 2018
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