British MP’s Trying to Deny Voters BREXIT, Ban Trump
MP’s in the UK do not understand the basic concept of Democracy, Trump was elected as President of the USA, British Citizens Voted to leave the EU, but the MP’s do not care, they know much better than the general population.
Branding the president “disgusting” and “immoral,” MPs urged May to withdraw her invitation, which was deemed an “act of desperation” as it came just seven days after his inauguration.
By comparison, his predecessor Barack Obama was only invited to the UK some 758 days after he was sworn in as president, while George W. Bush waited more than two-and-a-half years.
The debate took place while thousands rallied outside Parliament in an anti-Trump protest chanting “Hey hey, hey ho; Trump and Brexit’s got to go,” and “No Trump, no Brexit; no racist EU exit.”
Labour’s Dawn Butler said the US had a “pretty nasty virus, and it’s important that virus doesn’t spread.”
However, the government has already said the president should be “extended the full courtesy of a state visit.”
“It would be interesting to see how much time and public money was wasted on today’s debate – it achieved nothing apart from offering some, who have nothing better to do, the opportunity to grandstand,” a government source said.
“The British people will be more interested in the important debate in the Lords on Brexit.”
London Mayor Sadiq Khan also knows better than voters, he said, “I think this ban on people from seven Muslim-majority countries, ending the refugee program is cruel and it’s shameful. In those circumstances we shouldn’t be rolling out the red carpet,” he continued. Khan wants more refugees in London, most Londoners do not.
Khan’s statement comes a day before British lawmakers debate an online petition urging a downgrade of Trump’s UK visit. The appeal states that Trump should be allowed to “enter the UK,” but “should not be invited to make an official State Visit because it would cause embarrassment to Her Majesty the Queen.”