A Tory MP has hit out at the Black Lives Matter mob attempting to destroy local history and culture in the name of ‘stopping racism’.
Brendan Clarke-Smith Tory MP for Bassetlaw in Yorkshire hit out at the Black Lives Matter mob and branded them as the ‘loony left’ and ‘undesirable’ in a Facebook page after a local pub in his constituency was being targeted by the group.
The Black Boy pub in Retford appeared on a crowdsourcing map which urged people to ‘topple the racists’. The landlord of the pub was forced to remove the sign for the pub which depicted a black boy in uniform after his family received death threats.
Local media reported that Brendan had been ‘forced’ to remove the post, but that was fake news, with the MP telling Politicalite that the report was fake and claimed that the local newspaper and Labour activists are the only people who don’t seem to side with the pub, and the local population.
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