During a grilling by GB News, Boris Johnson was chastised for failing to address ‘woke fundamentalism.’
BORIS JOHNSON was chastised on social media by social analyst Paul Embery for failing to condemn “woke fundamentalism” in an interview with GB News.
When pressed during an interview with GB News, Boris Johnson declined to be drawn into the debate over whether only women have a cervix. Former Trade Unionist and GB panelist Paul Embery took to social media to vent his indignation over what he called “woke fundamentalism” in reaction to the Prime Minister’s response, which emphasised that “everyone ought to be treated with dignity and respect.” “Keir Starmer last week said it is not appropriate to claim that only women have a cervix, do you agree?” Mr McCaffrey questioned the Prime Minister. “What I think about this is biology is very important,” Mr Johnson responded.
“However, we have had a system in place in our country for many years that allows people to change gender.”
“We assist them in doing so, and what I firmly believe, and for which I have worked for a long time, is that everyone should be treated with dignity and respect.”
Johnson refuses to say that a cervix is only found in women when questioned on the subject.
Some would have us believe that the Conservatives are capable of dealing with woke fundamentalism. They are unable to do so. The majority of people have bought into it. Those who haven’t yet are afraid to speak up. pic.twitter.com/0qusuQEeBTGB Paul Embery, a new contributor, slammed the Prime Minister’s reaction.
“When challenged here, Johnson refuses to clarify that only women have a cervix,” he wrote on Twitter.
“Some would have us believe that the Conservatives are capable of dealing with woke fundamentalism. They are unable to do so.
“Most people believe it.
Those who haven’t have been too afraid to speak up.”
Sir Keir Starmer was questioned if it was transphobic to imply only women have a cervix on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show last week.
“Well, it’s something that shouldn’t be mentioned,” Sir Keir answered. It’s not fair.” “We need to have a mature, polite debate about trans rights,” the Labour leader continued, “and we need to keep in mind that the trans community is among the most marginalized and abused communities.”
“We need to go further on the law, wherever we are now.”
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