Starmer wants longer sentences for protesters and will maintain Tory ‘hostile environment’ as he slithers even further to the right of Sunak
LINO (Labour in name only) party leader Keir Starmer has been tacking even further to the right of the Tories today as he continues to try to persuade billionaire newspaper owners that they needn’t worry that he’ll change anything, or at least not on behalf of those who really need it.
Speaking to LBC – which on Saturday cut off a caller for even mentioning the Al Jazeera ‘Labour Files’ documentary exposing the racism, bigotry, misogyny, rigging and abuse of the Labour party regime – Starmer told listeners he had wanted tougher sentencing for environmental protesters and had been stymied by the Tories from getting it, then said admitted that there isn’t a cigarette paper between his rotting shell of what was once the Labour party and the blue-rosetted monsters opposite:
In fact, he wasn’t quite being accurate in that second item: there is a functional difference between Starmer’s Labour and the Tories on immigration. Starmer’s party wants to deport more refugees, faster.
And Starmer also told his interviewer that he would never go on a picket line and that ‘it’s a straight no from me’ on the idea of him taking the UK back into the EU – what a different country we would have been living in had he not said the opposite to help sabotage Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour.
Vote Starmer, get Tory. The UK is broken.
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