Priti Patel fights back after the left claims the Home Secretary is racist for not taking the knee.

Priti Patel

Britain’s loony left has attacked Priti Patel, Home Secretary, for speaking out against the racist abuse directed at England football stars following Sunday’s heartbreaking Euros loss to Italy.

Priti Patel said: “I am disgusted that England players who have given so much for our country this summer have been subject to vile racist abuse on social media. It has no place in our country and I back the police to hold those responsible accountable.”

However, a clear statement by the Home Secretary condemning racism as well as backing the police in their pursuit of those responsible has not been received by the anti-racist left.

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They suggest that Patel isn’t qualified to speak on this issue since she refuses to follow the left-wing agenda of Black Lives Matter.

The left wing have been going after the Home Secretary just because she dare to disavow BLM and what the stand for. This angered Patel: “I just don’t support people participating in that type of gesture politics.”

“It’s all well to support a cause and make your voices heard, but actually, quite frankly – we saw last year, in particular, with some of the protests that took place, and I speak now very much from what I saw and the impact on policing: it was devastating.”

England fans booed the gesture while supporting the team. This was due to its strong connections to the controversial Black Lives Matter Movement – an openly Marxist campaign that advocates defunding police and abolishing the nuclear family.

Even though the left wing newspaper drew a cartoon of Patel as a cow with a nose ring, the left seem to think they have the moral high ground over patel. Footage below shows Patel reciting the racist slurs against her in her years growing up. 

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