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Dreadful Diane

Diane Abbott proves herself to be nothing but a moaning menace (yet again)

 

Diane Abbott just cannot help herself. This dreadful harpy of a woman – whom it must be most excruciatingly be remembered once slept with Jeremy Corbyn – appeared on the BBC’s Question Time show on Thursday and is now claiming she was “unfairly mocked” and was “singled out” by the audience.

 

A spokesperson for Abbott, who has been an MP since 1987 and once slipped up by saying recruiting 10,000 extra police officers would cost the equivalent of just £30 per officer, remarked:

 

“We are appalled by the treatment of Diane Abbot on BBC’s Question Time. It was clear that a hostile was whipped up, propped up by reports of inappropriate sexist commentary in the audience warm-up session.”

 

“A public broadcaster like the BBC should be expected to be a model of impartiality and equality. The BBC cannot claim anything of the sort when analysis of the programme shows that the only black woman on the panel was jeered at and interrupted more times than any other panellist, including by the chair herself.”

 

“The media must stop legitimising mistreatment, bias and abuse against Ms Abbott as a black woman in public life. The BBC should be ashamed that their programming is complicit in such behaviour.”

 

The facts of this matter are simple: If Diane Abbott doesn’t like the heat, she should never have entered the kitchen. This ridiculous woman is unfit for high office and she should just give up.

 

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5 comments on “Dreadful Diane”

  1. Shows Corbyn’s judgement sleeping with this joke of woman,about the same level as his political ones!She is a disgrace even by the standards of the Labour Party,another double dealing far leftie who sent her son to a paying school,front bench?Don’t make me laugh!

  2. Where do we find these nutters? What amazes me more is, how can anybody contemplate this object for the front bench, what a joke. The UK now has May on one side, and Corbyn on the other, and like Paul said, what great judgment Corbyn has sleeping with this woman. The general public must just be shaking their heads as they go off to work to pay their taxes to support this crap.

  3. Oh please….she was treated as any vacuous and mindless idiot would be treated who clearly doesnt have a clue about what she is pontificating about. This is not a racist or sexist remark. This is a fact, which has been proven time and time again in almost every interview that she indulges in. Hence Abacus Abbott. She is an embarrassment and unfit for any sort of public office. Regardless of race, colour, creed or gender.

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