STELLA Creasy MP was left spinning in her safe space after she got in a Twitter spat with former Breitbart London editor Raheem Kassam.
Raheem, who is an ex-Muslim tweeted: “On 8 March 1979, International Women’s day, more than 100,000 women gathered in Tehran to protest against the hijab.
In 2018 the British media and government band together with Muslim Bro’d groups to attack @BorisJohnson for doing the same.”
Leftist Labour & Co-op MP for Walthamstow responded and said: “Would welcome any late convert to the merits of feminism from any direction, but demeaning women as ‘letterboxes’ and then claiming its freedom of speech ain’t liberation, its objectifying and shouldn’t be confused for any form of solidarity..#weseeyouboris #seeyoutoobannonboys”
Raheem hit back and said: “The women aren’t the letterboxes @stellacreasy. The ridiculously oppressive and regressive outfits are. Get with the real liberators.”
Creasy responded: “You’re the “real” liberators are you @raheemkassam? in that case, if you can just give a list of ‘liberating’ clothes you think women should be given
Kassam then Owned the radical leftist saying: “What estimation do you make of the “choice” many of these women have to cover themselves up? Stop trying to wiggle out of the argument by bringing up other things and address the point. Why do you approve of oppression and serfdom? Why do you hate Muslim women?”
Creasy did not reply.