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Boris Johnson compares “intimidation and threat” from labor momentum trolls to Trump supporters peddling hatred in the United States

Boris Johnson brutally compared the “intimidation and threat” exhaled by Labor supporters to the “hate” peddled by American Trump fans.

The prime minister said the party was causing “the worst kind of hatred and bullying” by accusing Tory MPs of opposition to free school lunches.

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Boris Johnson was seen returning to Downing Street after exercising todayCredit: London News Pictures

He said Sir Keir Starmer nodded and winked a vigorous troll to unleash the Tories with a pointless parliamentary vote on free school lunches and Universal Credit. Blame.

Workers are trying to put their boots in No. 10 on Monday by calling for a vote to extend free school lunches and maintain an increase in UC.

Voting is symbolic and does not change policy.

Tory parliamentarians and their families were threatened with murder and destroyed their office when the Labor Party triggered a free school lunch vote.

Johnson said he has ordered his MPs to refrain from voting to protect them from more illness abuse.

“Military of Trolls”

In a WhatsApp to Tories sent at lunchtime on Sunday, he said:

“But the shameful way they last time misrepresented the results using a vigorous troll army, lied about what they meant, and frankly threatened or threatened colleagues, especially female colleagues. Later, I decided not to give them that opportunity.

“We can be proud of what we are doing to tackle all the consequences of a pandemic. Workers quit politics and the worst kind of hatred and bullying (sadly across the Atlantic) If I decide to stop instigating (what I see), I think again about the legally empty opposition. “

Workers are demanding that free school meals or vouchers be extended until the first half of February.

Tory lawmakers were threatened with abuse and murder by dumping their offices in the trash and leaving empty dishes at the front door after a similar vote was held at the end of last year.

Workers also want to maintain a £ 20 weekly boost to Universal Credit, which was intended as a “temporary” measure to overcome the pandemic and help families.

The government says it has created an accessible hardship fund for their children to help poor families feed their children during school holidays.

Rishi Sunak will announce in its March budget whether Universal Credit will continue to rise.

Boris accused Keir Starmer of firing a troll to unleash his anger at the Tories

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Boris accused Keir Starmer of firing a troll to unleash his anger at the ToriesCredit: PA: Press Association
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Supporters of President Donald Trump gather at a rally at the State Capitol in Lansing, MichiganCredit: AP: Associated Press
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Boris Johnson compares “intimidation and threat” from labor momentum trolls to Trump supporters peddling hatred in the United States

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