Former granny escort boy and ‘Big Brother’ contestant Ben Duncan makes an utter twerp of himself (yet again); this supporter of the far right Traditional Britain Group is nothing but a berk
In conversation, with an armed policeman and a tweed vested little boy standing in the background, Duncan – sporting a bouffant haircut that’d have made the ‘Acid Raine’ Spencer envious – attempted to outsmart Oluwole by launching into a tirade about “harmful and uncontrolled immigration.” In response, the 28-year old lawyer turned anti-Brexiteer led the dimwitted Big Brother 11 contestant into a trap and eventually made this supporter of the hateful Traditional Britain Group admit that current European Union law in general, and Article 7 in particular, already provides the very thing he actually desires.
A clip follows, with a video of a crowd laughing like drains and as Ben Duncan then flees looking rattled, the caption: “LAWYERED!” appears.
We salute Femi Oluwole for his achievement and plainly many others agree: As of 10.45am Thursday, over 1,000 people had retweeted the clip and over 2,400 had pressed ‘like.’
Ben Duncan: “… And people from those countries can come to Britain if they have money. But ‘no’ to automatic immigration from countries that we have nothing in common with.”
Femi Oluwole: “OK, so wait, so when you say: ‘If you have money’ what do you mean?”
Ben Duncan: “My father moved to America in 1958. He was from a very poor family. He had to save up before he moved. He need health insurance before he moved. He needed a sponsor before he moved. He moved to the United States of America, bringing something to America. We’re allowing vast amounts of people from Eastern Europe that, but, that cost us money. Immigrants have to benefit a country, not be a burden on the country.
Femi Oluwole: Yeah, I absolutely agree. So… What if we had a situation where, in order to come to this country, you needed to either have a job [Article 7 of the Official Journal of the European Union, Right of residence for more than three months appears on the screen] and therefore be contributing to the economy, or you have your own medical insurance and have enough money not to be a burden? Wouldn’t that be good?”
Ben Duncan: “Yes, I agree!”
Femi Oluwole: “That is literally EU law” [laughing individuals captioned: “LAWYERED!” appear on the screen].
Ben Duncan: “Well, it isn’t working.”
Femi Oluwole: Well, that’s because the UK government’s chosen not to make it work.”
Ben Duncan looks disgusted and rattled and departs.
Femi Oluwole: “Did you get that bit? Did you get the whole bit? … Because it was hilarious. Ha ha.”
Background Voice 1 (male): “That is good, good, good. Shall we post that one?”
Femi Oluwole: “Did you get the whole bit?”
Background Voice 2 (female): “That was extraordinary.”
Femi Oluwole: “That’s amazing. Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha.”
Background Voice 1: “Well done, Femi.”
Our Future, Our Choice’s tweet and their Article 7 quote:
Responses to the tweet made clear what a prat they thought Ben Duncan to be:
A selection of bizarre tweets by Ben Duncan on a selection of topics including Meghan Markle, the Grenfell Tower tragedy and Brexit: