LABOUR’S ANGRY SLEAZE BALL: MP who attacked Dominic Cummings Incited VIOLENCE Against Brexiteers

A LABOUR MP who told Dominic Cummings that he should be “dead in a ditch”, has repeatedly incited violence against Brexiteers and right-wingers, Politicalite on Sunday can exclusively reveal.

Karl Turner MP posted offensive and hateful messages online that openly condoned attacks on former UKIP candidates, right-wingers and Brexiteers.

The MP for Kingston upon Hull East posted a picture of a UKIP leaflet tied to a BRICK and tweeted: “Just got in to find #UKIP crap on my doormat. It’s off back. #Freepost #VoteLabour”.

Turner even tweeted hateful and offensive comments about left-wing attacks when angry leftist militants threw Milkshakes over right-wing election candidates such as Sargon of Akkad and controversial activist Tommy Robinson back in the summer.



LAST week, the Labour MP’s office also told a pro-Brexit voter that he was being ‘threatening’ over questions about alleged Sexual Assault claims against Turner.

The MP’s office said the constituent would not receive a response to his emails, and said it was because the user ‘included links to right-wing websites,’ just days before an MPs complained about the Government ‘funding hate’ on pro-Brexit sites such as Breitbart – to try to silence working-class news outlets.

One source told Politicalite that he was ‘shocked’ at the response and claimed that he only questioned the MP about the alleged sexual assault of a woman.

Credit: Hull Daily Mail

The MP’s office informed him that an alleged sexual assault ‘did not happen,’ but it was reported to the Labour Party in 2015.

Turner allegedly “slapped” the buttocks of a female Labour party member and made lewd sexual remarks about her.

The Financial Times reported that he told the woman, who had a double mastectomy that she “shouldn’t have got rid of her real tits because they were great”.

Labour MPs were made aware of Turner’s alleged behaviour on a number of occasions but declined to take action.

Politicalite on Sunday has contacted Labour and Karl Turner MP’s office for comment, but have not yet received a reply. 

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