Saturday, June 10, 2017

PCG's Sephen Flurry React to UK Conservatives Losing Parliamentary Majority

Britain had its election and the Conservative Party lost its majority in Parliament. The Conservative Party actually gained the largest percentage of voters it had since the 1983 election. The Conservative Party did not lose votes but rather the Labour Party, led by Jeremy Corbyn, gained more voters.

PCG's Stephen Flurry was not pleased at this development as may be heard in the June 9, 2017 broadcast of The Trumpet Daily.
British Prime Minister Theresa May’s attempt to strengthen her party’s majority in Parliament by calling a snap election completely backfired. The election results reveal a dangerous shift in Britain. Nearly half of Britain’s voters are willing to support a party led by radical Communists who entertain the IRA and radical Islamists. How did the United Kingdom get to this point, and where is it headed?
He criticized the Labour Party's leaders as being Communists, Marxists, sympathetic to the IRA, Hezbollah and Hamas even though such assertions have clearly failed to restrain the Labour Party's rise in popularity.

He bizarrely moaned that the Conservatives are viewed as better at providing security so he could not understand how the recent terrible, tragic and shocking terrorist attacks in Britain did not result in a better result for the Conservative Party. One wishes that Stephen Flurry would have a better sense of what should not be said.

If he is so disquieted by the Labour Party's strong electoral performance perhaps he and the rest of PCG's leadership should return to America and leave Britain alone.

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