More nastiness at Labour conference after vile attack on Prince Harry

Freedom Post

Each day, leaks from the Labour Conference are revealing why they’ve themselves the title ‘Nasty Party’ of Britain.

Today it’s the turn of a favourite of Jeremy Corbyn, Labour MP Emma Dent Coad, after she decided to use her platform at the Labour Conference in Brighton to launch a unprovoked and outrageous attack on Prince Harry.

With his official residence being Kensington Palace, Prince Harry is a constituent of far-left MP.

To a cheering audience Dent Coad croaked:

“Harry can’t actually fly a helicopter.

“He tried to pass the helicopter exam about four times and he couldn’t get through it at all so he always goes for the co-pilot.

“So he just sits there going ‘vroom vroom’.”

So unnecessary was the MP’s attacks that even a few Labour members in the audience recoiled.

Her leaked comments have caused outrage among monarchists, patriots and normies alike.

While the anti-British Labour Party is riddled with treasonous MPs, few are as outspoken as republican Dent Coad who has publicly stated her desire to she our British monarchy abolished.

“The gates of hell have opened,” whimpered Dent Coad after being deluged with demands for her resignation.

Joining the call for her to resign as MP was BNP Chairman Adam Walker.

Speaking with Freedom Post, British Army Veteran Mr Walker gave this statement:

“If Dent Coad has an iota of integrity she would resign immediately.

“Every MP must take a parliamentary oath to the Queen and in calling for the abolition of our monarchy she has broken it.”

Pressed on Ms Dent Coad’s attacks on Prince Harry’s service in the British Armed Forces, Mr Walker continued:

“Quite frankly, I find her vile rants offensive and disgusting, and I know that her opinion is shared by others in her party.

“Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party is anti-British to its core.

“It’s earned its title well as the nasty party in Britain.

“Dent Coad should be very ashamed of herself for sneering behind the backs of those who protect them while they sleep.”



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