Watson’s Anti-Semitism Double Standard

Tom Watson is getting a lot of credit for coming out and condemning the Ken decision. Watson says:

My party is not living up to its commitment to have a zero tolerance approach to anti-Semitism. I will continue the fight to ensure that it does, and I will press my colleagues to do so too.”

These words might mean something if Watson hadn’t accepted half a million pounds in donations from a former blackshirt. When the donations were criticised, Watson replied:

“I’m proud to call Max Mosley a friend and I’m delighted he has made a financial contribution.”

This is what Watson thinks about a former fascist who has ranted about “ending coloured immigration”. Bizarre that Watson gets away with this, let alone has the nerve to portray himself as some sort of anti-racism campaigner…




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