RESISTING HATE? Labour Mayor, ‘Anti-Hate’ Group and UCL Staffer in VILE Boris Attacks

A LABOUR Mayor, a anti-Hate group and a UCL staffer have been exposed after targeting poorly Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Shelia Oaks, a Labour Mayor said that Boris Johnson “Deserved Coronavirus”, whilst UCL Data Analyst wished the PM a “painful death.”

Oakes, who is the Mayor for Heanor in Derbyshire said that she “didn’t expect” to upset so many people an angry backlash forced her into a public apology.

In a Facebook post which asked people to have a ‘little prayer’ for the PM, Oakes responded  stating that ‘sorry, he completely deserves this and he is one of the worst PMs we’ve ever had’.

However, her comments provoked such a furious backlash that the Labour group in the Amber Valley were forced to remove her party whip, meaning that she’s no longer a Labour councillor but will continue to sit as an independent. Although the local Labour Party have promised that there will be a full investigation into her comments, Oakes is far from the first leftie troll to express their delight at the plight of our PM.

A staffer at University College London also decided to send vile tweets. A Data Analyst tweeted that he wished the Prime Minister a death which was painful.

The prestigious college condemned the tweet in a statement to Politicalite.

A UCL spokesperson told Politicalite: “UCL condemns this inappropriate tweet which was made by one individual and does not reflect the views of the university in any way.”

“The tweet has now been deleted. We have spoken to the individual concerned and will take appropriate action as necessary.”

Graham Downes, a founder of the far-left Resisting Hate group and Sameed Damji, also expressed delight at Boris having the virus via fake Twitter profiles with one calling him a ‘self serving c*nt’. Others promised to ‘celebrate’ the news.

Piers Morgan slammed the trolls telling them it was time to “shut the f*** up.” Morgan’s tweet quickly racked-up likes and retweets as his 7.3 million followers responded postively to the Good Morning Britain hosts words of support for the Prime Minister.

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