Donald Trump is just one of the most egregious examples of a growing global threat. London’s Muslim Mayor Sadik Kahn told the anti-Trump Guardian.
What’s interesting, however, is that Khan had no problem defending anti-Semite hate preacher Louis Farrakhan and his repulsive views.
WATCH: Sadiq Khan says the UK will be on "the wrong side of history" for welcoming Trump and compares him to fascist dictators…
But he had no problem defending actual anti-semite Louis Farrakhan coming to the UK a few years ago… pic.twitter.com/0Tp1acy0pG
— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) June 2, 2019
Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan is a liberal on almost every issue. When it comes to defending critics of President Trump, however, Morgan doesn’t pull any punches. He’s a big fan and is not afraid to admit it. Morgan is not, however, a big fan of London’s first Muslim Mayor, Sadiq Khan, and he doesn’t try to hide his disdain for the mayor’s decision to allow a giant baby blimp of President Trump fly over the city during his July 2018 trip to London with Melania.
During a Good Morning Britain segment prior to President Trump’s visit, Piers Morgan held Mayor Khan’s feet to the fire over his hatred towards our president.
When Piers Morgan challenged the Muslim mayor of London about the approval of a giant baby float of President Trump to fly over the city during his visit, Khan responded, “My views are irrelevant. The issue is ‘Do they have freedom to protest, freedom to assemble and should they be allowed to do so? If it’s peaceful and it’s safe they should.”
Piers challenged the mayor by giving him a “hypothetical” by asking if he would have agreed to allow a giant 20′ black baby blimp of Barack Obama to fly over the city in protest of his presidency during a visit to Parliament if he would allow an image depicting Mr. Khan as a pig despite that being offensive to Muslims. Khan responded, “If it’s peaceful, sure,” saying “I can’t be the sensor.”
The same mayor of London who told Piers Morgan he couldn’t be a sensor, removed images of women in bathing suits from buses and billboards as one of his first acts as London’s Muslim mayor.
“As the father of two teenage girls, I am extremely concerned about this kind of advertising which can demean people, particularly women, and make them ashamed of their bodies. It is high time it came to an end,” Khan told London citizens.
The mayor added, “Nobody should feel pressurized, while they travel on the Tube or bus, into unrealistic expectations surrounding their bodies and I want to send a clear message to the advertising industry about this.”
Here is his tweet:
— Mayor of London (@MayorofLondon) June 13, 2016