The American mainstream media had a heyday with the news of protests in London against President Trump during his recent visit to the UK. They celebrated protests by left-wingers across the pond, who displayed their hatred for our president. They published endless stories about a childish “baby Trump” blimp that London’s left-wing Mayor allowed to fly over the city during President Trump’s visit with the queen. The left-stream media, both at home and abroad, breathlessly attempted to discredit President Trump for daring to say there were also people who showed up to offer their support for him in the UK.
It comes as no surprise to anyone who’s been watching the left ramp up their attacks on conservatives who they don’t agree with that comedian Jo Brand would (jokingly?) suggest throwing acid instead of milkshakes at anyone who doesn’t agree with the left.
The Dail Mail reports – Nigel Farage slammed comedian Jo Brand after she told a Radio 4 panel show she fantasizes about throwing battery acid at Brexiteers who were “milkshaked” by left-wingers.
The Brexit Party leader today accused her of ‘inciting violence’ following her remarks on an episode of the BBC’s Heresy.
Host Victoria Coren Mitchell asked Brand last night whether she believed the country was united in agreeing we are living through a ‘terrible’ time in politics.
The 61-year-old responded by calling milkshake a ‘pathetic’ thing for people to have thrown at their political opponents during May’s EU election campaigning.
She said: ‘Well yes I would say that, but I think that’s because certain unpleasant characters are being thrown to the fore and they’re very, very easy to hate.
‘And I’m kind of thinking, “why bother with a milkshake when you could get some battery acid?”
Brand’s form of humor is no laughing matter for residents of London, as they’ve been dealing with an alarming increase in acid attacks against innocent citizens.
‘I’m not going to do it, it’s purely a fantasy, but I think milkshakes are pathetic, I honestly do, sorry.’
British pro-Trump conservative, Paul Joseph Watson tweeted the audio of the comedian’s vile suggestion:
Left-wing comedian Jo Brand ‘fantasizes’ about acid attacks on right-wing politicians.
“They’re very, very easy to hate, and I’m kind of thinking, why bother with a milkshake when you could get some battery acid?”
I can feel the progressivism and tolerance from here.
Left-wing comedian Jo Brand 'fantasizes' about acid attacks on right-wing politicians.
"They’re very, very easy to hate, and I’m kind of thinking, why bother with a milkshake when you could get some battery acid?"
I can feel the progressivism and tolerance from here. pic.twitter.com/fpidFjIl8J
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) June 12, 2019
In June 2017, Resham Khan suffered “life-changing” burns to her faces and body after she and passenger Jameel Muhktar, were victims of an acid attack. The acid was thrown through the open window in their car while driving through Beckton, east London. We’re pretty sure they don’t find Brand’s brand of humor funny.
Brand’s humor is lost on pretty much everyone, except, of course, the hard left, who continues to call for violence against anyone who agrees with or supports President Trump or politicians who align themselves with is ideology.