30p Lee Anderson is at it again, this time telling coronation protesters to ’emigrate.’
The Metropolitan Police Service has faced criticism after more than 50 people were arrested for alleged affray, public nuisance and breach-of-the-peace offences during the proceedings.
The met have sinced apologised, but it’s not gone down well, as you can see from Femi’s response.
He wrote: “Dear @metpoliceuk From the bottom of my heart… Get f****d! The Met Police EXPLICITLY threatened the country before the Coronation that their “tolerance will be low” when it comes to protests. Saying they regret it now means NOTHING!”
The SNP’s Carol Monaghan asked policing minister Chris Philp: “Can the Minister confirm whether the right to peaceful protest only applies if the individual’s views chime with the government’s own?
Chris Philp replied: “I’m not really sure that question merits an answer.”
Then the excuse was that they might frighten the horses, but Barry Gardiner replied: “Let’s be clear, those horses had trumpets & drums on them.. so the idea loud noises are going to frighten those horses is really not credible.”
Lee wrote: “Not My King? If you do not wish to live in a country that has a monarchy the solution is not to turn up with your silly boards. The solution is to emigrate.”
Paul Goldsmith replied: “Ah. So once again you show that free speech is only speech you agree with?”
He bit back with a strange blue tick comment, he wrote: “Surely my opinion is also free speech and btw why have you got a blue tick when literally nobody knows who are?”