Right-winger’s hypocrisy plumbs Marianas-like depths
Labour ‘leader’ Keir Starmer is today attempting to brand himself as the champion of domestic violence and sexual assault victims – again attempting to use Liverpool, a city where he’s hated, for propaganda purposes.
Starmer tweeted that he’d an ‘important discussion’ on the topic with Liverpool’s mayor, then boasted that he’d personally ‘worked with victims and their families’ – and promised that Labour would ‘fast-track rape and domestic violence cases’:
After the obliteration of the ten promises he made to con Labour members into voting for him to lead the party, a Starmer promise isn’t worth the pixels it’s depicted in. But the reality is far worse, because Keir Starmer was repeatedly made aware by a Labour whistleblower that one of his front-benchers was protecting a staff member who was involved in the abuse of domestic violence victims she exploited through a now-defunct domestic violence ‘charity’ – and did nothing, leaving Khalid Mahmood on his front bench until Mahmood eventually decided to step down over political differences.
Worse still – and almost entirely ignored by the so-called ‘mainstream’ media – in whistleblower Elaina Cohen’s tribunal case against Mahmood, Mahmood and his legal team accepted ‘Victim A’s sworn statement about the abuse she had suffered at the hands of Mahmood’s office manager and alleged lover into evidence as truth without challenge.
And Victim A told the tribunal that she had suffered ‘sadistic’ abuse, threat and blackmail as Mahmood’s paramour tried to force her into theft and fraud and used domestic violence victims as entertainment for the rich and powerful:
The moment that evidence was accepted as fact, without challenge, in a legal proceedings Keir Starmer should have been forced by media coverage and a storm of public outrage into resigning. Yet so far, the ‘mainstream’ media have almost entirely ignored the revelations – and actively misreported the unfolding of the case.
And today, thanks to media collusion, Starmer is shamelessly boasting of his credentials as a champion of victims of domestic violence and sexual assault after he and his party cronies ignored the repeated warnings of a parliamentary whistleblower that such victims were being further abused and exploited, neither suspending Mahmood nor, according to Cohen, bothering to investigate her warnings and safeguarding victims.
That Starmer remains in post is bad enough, but to then try to exploit domestic violence victims for political gain is doubly unforgiveable.
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