A new video by grassroots group Ordinary Left provides seven examples – it could easily have been more – that shred the supposed idea of Keir Starmer’s ‘integrity’ that his supporters (along with a few left MPs who seem to have been taken hostage) have been pushing in a clearly coordinated campaign since Starmer said he would resign if fined for breaking lockdown laws, which he now calls ‘rules’.
The video looks at:
- Starmer’s broken campaign promise on tuition fees and renationalisation – and his ridiculous claim that he hadn’t promised it
- his statements that predecessor Jeremy Corbyn had been smeared and was not antisemitic and their contrast with his actions once he had won the leadership contest
- his promise to have nothing to do with the S*n – he is now a S*n columnist, to the disgust of Merseyside and other areas
- his manoeuvres to hide the fact that his leadership campaign was funded by right-wing anti-Corbyn donors and his gymnastics to keep them secret
- his demand that MPs have no second jobs – when he was going to take one himself while an MP
- his leadership campaign claim that he would fight for £15 an hour for Macdonalds workers – he betrayed them and Labour’s ‘sovereign’ conference and is now offering a real-terms pay cut
Of course, Starmer’s latest promise to resign is also a scam – he made clear he would only step down if fined, but Durham Police, the force investigating him, does not hand out fines for ‘old’ offences.
‘Integrity. Yeah right’. Watch below and make sure to share:
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