Anybody remember the old Jethro Tull hit, ”Thick as a Brick”?
I was reminded of it today during Prime Minister question time in the House of Commons:
”Will the Prime Minister confirm that the disgraceful actions against the Windrush immigrants took place under her watch as the U.K. Home Secretary”? (Jeremy Corbyn)
“And your wise men don’t know how it feels today, to be thick as a brick!”
”No Mr Speaker, it happened under a Labour Prime Minister in 2009”! (Theresa May)
You couldn’t make this up, a bloody joke as an opposition leader who should spend his time protecting the Windrush Immigrants in terms of what should be done to help them. Instead, he invests in scurrilous politicking, blame culture, and the blogosphere when it was his OWN party that began the problem in 2009. I have no time whatsoever for extreme left wingers who try every means underhand to undermine government. Corbyn was exposed recently for his failure to back his country over the Novichok poisoning, then yesterday over his clear anti Semitic behaviour. Now this. Still the Twatterati and Facecrook crew love him.