David Williams tweets his disgust with Starmer and co – and right desperately tries to blame him for abysmal performance
David Williams, Labour constituency party (CLP) chair, has resigned both his elected post and his party membership in disgust at Labour’s lack of principle, after a week in which Keir Starmer and his drones promised to continue starving 1.5 million children – when it would be massively cheaper to end the two-child benefit cap that pushes them into poverty, misery, illness and stigma.
Williams tweeted news of his resignation earlier today, adding for good measure a reminder of the boost to the country and to UK politics that Corbyn’s principled politics – a stark contrast to Starmer and his abetters:
Starmer’s contemptible (and repeated) betrayal of children after originally promising he would end the cap is, of course, far from the only confirmation of his dishonesty and lack of moral and political principle; He has broken every promise he made to con Labour members into voting him into his position, aided and abetted the Tories at every turn in their assault on UK democracy, civic rights and protest and in their new laws to protect criminal police and their agents and perpetrators of apartheid.
Among a string of other wrongs, he has said not a word to support either wrongly-jailed journalist Julian Assange or abused women MPs, has covered up criminal and sadistic exploitation of vulnerable women by members of his front bench and hangers-on, attacked Black Lives Matter protesters and environmental campaigners, promised more NHS privatisation and excused paedophiles, racists and sex pests.
And in a sign of their desperation to excuse Labour’s abysmal performance in two out of three of yesterday’s parliamentary by-elections, Starmer’s shills have even attempted to blame Williams – who played no role in organising a campaign entirely run by Labour’s London region for their rigged candidate – for the party’s failure to win the seat at the epicentre of the Johnson-Tory scandal:
The lack of principle on the Labour right is endemic and not limited to Keir Starmer’s cruel, incompetent and Tory-fetishising front bench.
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