Hypocrite: Labour’s Shadow Minister for Domestic Violence Previously Convicted of… Domestic Violence

You just couldn’t make the hypocrisy up. Labour’s female shadow minister for domestic violence was previously cautioned for beating up her husband with a framed painting. Shockingly she described it as a “slight altercation” despite the fact that she should know, as shadow minister for domestic violence, that under feminist law DV is the most despicable of crimes with only paedophilia being more reviled (particularly if the underage girl actually enjoyed being banged).

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6 Responses to Hypocrite: Labour’s Shadow Minister for Domestic Violence Previously Convicted of… Domestic Violence

  1. StopSexTrafficking says:

    What
    if I told you, every time you view a sexual image, someone
    feels encouraged to rape a five year old? What if I told you every image
    you post, photography or cartoon, a woman dies from sex slavery? What
    if I told you every time you comment positively on it, someone gets
    called stupid for not doing it? What if I told you the hidden side of
    the internet was growing and become a lethal weapon for all. What if I
    told you every time you do this, you slap beautiful Womins in the face? What if I
    told you, you were the next target?

  2. ConcentrationCamp says:

    I have just heard that California has gotten rid of the Statute of Limitations for rape, or something. This is extremely savage. I wonder if this could be the start of an historical offences wave across the pond.

    I don’t know the full story, but it’s very frightening.

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