Senior party officials equated Donald Trump supporters’ storming of the US Capitol with Brexit opponents
The Labour Party has called on the Conservative Party to remove two senior officials of the Tory Party who have compared the U.S. storm Capitol by Donald Trump’s followers of opponents of Brexit. To Conservative Party leader Amanda Milling, Angela Rayner, Labour’s deputy leader and party chair, wrote that she was “deeply concerned” by the remarks of Susan Hall, the parliamentary group leader of the Tory party in the London Assembly, and Andrew RT Davies, the former leader of the Welsh Conservatives. In response to a tweet from Keir Starmer criticizing the scenes in Washington, Davies, who is a member of the Welsh Assembly and shadow minister for health, stated the previous support of the Labour leader for a second Brexit referendum. “I’m not sure you’re in the strongest position right now, Davies wrote: “To be frank, considering that you campaigned to overthrow democracy and the British people’s will. “In her tweet, Hall said she was “stunned by the amount of Remainers shouting on Twitter that Trump voters should value democracy – er, hellooo – pot – kettle comes to mind! “I am deeply concerned that two Conservative MPs have equated the Democratic debate in the UK with an armed, violent and fundamentally anti-democratic attack on the U.S. legislature in which people have lost their lives. “I am deeply concerned that the Democratic debate in the United Kingdom has been equated by two Conservative MPs with an armed, violent and fundamentally anti-democratic attack on the U.S. legislature in which people have lost their lives. ” he said. ” Rayner said she hoped Milling would condemn the comments, launch an inquiry, expel Hall and Davies from the party, and “Rayner said she hoped Milling would condemn the comments, launch an investigation, expel Hall and Davies from the party, and ” Boris Johnson and senior Conservative ministers strongly denounced the violence in Washington, but have generally refrained from criticizing Trump for promoting it. In addition to frequent, false statements that he was “stolen” from the November presidential election because of fraud, shortly before they stormed the Capitol, Trump addressed the protesting crowd in Washington. The United States stands for democracy around the world and it is now necessary that a peaceful and orderly transition of power should take place. “In a tweet earlier on Thursday, Rayner called Johnson “spineless,” and the Secretary of State, Dominic Raab, “sycophancy,” saying both “have also called their fair share of shame for not calling his lies after the election. “For comment, the Conservatives were called.