Boris Johnson uses the Labour Party’s “dog-whistle racism” pamphlet to put Keir Starmer in his place.


Boris Johnson uses the Labour Party’s “dog-whistle racism” pamphlet to put Keir Starmer in his place.

In a racist scuffle, BORIS JOHNSON screamed at Keir Starmer and waved a Labour “dog whistle” pamphlet in fury.

Following the vile comments made about the English football teams following their Euro 2020 loss to Italy, Boris Johnson and Sir Keir Starmer got into a heated argument about racism. Sir Keir pressed the Prime Minister to denounce the booing of English footballers who took a knee, claiming that it encouraged online racist behavior. Mr Johnson stated unequivocally that he and his government are opposed to all forms of racism.

He then demanded that Sir Keir remove a leaflet distributed during the Batley and Spen by-election, which had been denounced by Labour MPs.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson was shown shaking hands with India’s Narendra Modi on the leaflet in question.

It was then followed by anti-Islamophobia publications about the Conservatives.

“We appreciate and admire the England group and what they’ve accomplished,” Mr Johnson added.

The SNP’s ‘rot in hell’ apology is summed perfectly by Jacob Rees-Mogg.

“They exemplify what our country is all about.

“No one advocates booing the England team, but what the Home Secretary has been striving to do her whole life is to take meaningful efforts to enhance the cause of black and minority ethnic groups, not merely oppose prejudice.

“Which she has done successfully in the past, most notably in law enforcement.”

The Prime Minister then produced a printout of the divisive Labour Party leaflet, which had been labeled racist.

“Could I perhaps urge him now to retract this Labour Party leaflet that was distributed at the Batley and Spen by-election?” he continued.

“His own MPs denounced it as dog-whistle racism.”

Labour’s assertions that the Batley and Spen by-election was consumed by hate campaigns from opponents were probed by Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves.

As he addressed the pamphlet, Sky News’ Trevor Phillips called out the Labour Party for making this claim.

“Having a foreign leader on the flyers of a candidate in a local by-election is unusual,” he remarked.

“I simply wanted to clarify Labour’s position on the claim that this was a dog whistle campaign targeting Muslim votes.

“That the Conservatives are anti-Muslim in some way, and that they support what is said to be an anti-Muslim government led by Mr Modi.

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