SAJID Javid, the UK’s first ‘Muslim’ home secretary just can’t stop lying.
On Sunday, he appeared on the BBC’s Andrew Marr programme and used his Mulsim identity to defend The Conservative Party after the Muslim Council of Britain accused the party of having a problem with so-called ‘Islamophobia’.
Javid rejected the claims saying just “look at who the home secretary is in this country.” despite claiming he wasn’t a Muslim in a 2010 interview.
Earlier this week Sajid then claimed that Britain had a growing threat from the so-called ‘Far-Right.’
He said his own rise to become the first Muslim to lead the Home Office represents a victory for democratic values over the so-called ‘far-right’.
Javid added: “These people want to destroy the values we hold dear and undermine the freedoms that make us who we are.
“And there’s one other thing that Islamists and the far-Right have in common. As a Home Secretary with a name like Sajid Javid I’m everything they despise.”
Wait a minute Saj, surely Islamists would LOVE that a Muslim is in Britain’s second-highest office.
PUNISH A MUSLIM LIE
Then in March, he tweeted that he had been sent a ‘Punish-A-Muslim’ letter. When he was asked if he had been sent the letter, Mr Javid replied “Yep.”
But Home Secretary Sajid used someone else’s so-called picture of a ‘Punish A Muslim Day’ letter and posted it on his Twitter account in March.
Former Breitbart London editor Raheem Kassam revealed that the letter that Sajid included in his tweet was in fact from another user – (published below. )
Javid later admitted that he ‘borrowed’ someone else’s image and tweeted it as his own, and did not provide a picture of the letter he claimed to have been sent.
See, Mr Javid is a bare-faced liar.
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