At least Trump would stop a Hamas hate mob marching the streets

As Sadiq Khan threatens to boycott his state visit, RICHARD LITTLEJOHN says it’s a pity the London Mayor isn’t so fussy over the company he keeps

Donald Trump can be gauche, boorish, thin-skinned, bombastic and simplistic. His late-night forays into the Twittersphere are frequently childish and deliberately provocative, unworthy of a man who is nominally leader of the Free World.

But what especially infuriates his many sworn enemies and high-minded critics is that most of the time he’s absolutely right.

In the wake of Saturday’s terror attack at London Bridge, Trump tweeted: ‘At least seven dead and 48 wounded . . . and Mayor of London says there’s no reason to be alarmed.’ Cue bien-pensant outrage and a hissy fit from the mayor himself, Sadiq Khan, demanding that Trump’s proposed state visit to Britain should be cancelled, on the grounds that the President had insulted all Londoners.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    All dogs go to heaven and all muzzies, including Khan, go to hell.

  • Watchman

    I’m not sure that Trump would stop a Hamas hate mob marching in a US street (nor should he, if they have the appropriate approvals for any march). States’ rights, First Amendment, et al.

    Of course, Trump is much less likely to support Hamas as Obama’s administration did in the last Hamas/Israel war in 2014, where Secretary of State John Kerry wanted Israel to accede to all of Hamas’s demands in a cease-fire agreement.

  • I think the thing that infuriates his sworn enemies the most is Trump’s exercise of free speech. Which is precisely the thing that delights me and many others about Trump.

    Let’s face it, the West was being suffocated by politically-correct speech and strangled by speech codes — the latter of which have no basis in law, nevertheless everyone was behaving as if the codes are in fact enforceable. But only enforced on conservatives. The bigotry is obvious.

    And the more we conformed to the Left-wing codes, the more it was never enough. We were consistently rewarded for our conformity with even stricter codes. At a certain point it becomes obvious that the end game is totalitarian control of free speech, particularly for conservatives.

    I don’t care how sloppy Trump is with his words — it’s a breath of fresh air.

  • Shebel

    Why is this piece of shit Muslim Mayor being relegated —to a person of
    Importance on the World Stage ?
    This is really fucking bad.

  • robins111

    Naw he didn’t insult all Londoners just you.

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  • Shebel

    How tall is that little shite ?
    I can understand—
    That he wants to Pretend to be a Man.
    But the Gods have Spoken
    It is totally clear—-
    He ain’t a Man !
    Neither nor they.

  • bob e

    I think this little muzzie pimp could care less about terrorism.
    I think he should be arrested for voter fraud & then lashed
    badly like they do in SA ..

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