While Londoners are under siege, this is his concern. London is suffering an unprecedented wave of rape and knife crimes, and has higher crime rates in general than it has had in recent memory. But London’s far-left Muslim mayor, who has police looking for “islamophobic hate speech” online instead of fighting crime on the streets, is more concerned with hectoring and insulting the President for his supposed “islamophobia.” What is Trump’s great offense? He wants to limit immigration from jihadi hotspots in order to stop jihad terror attacks in the U.S. For that, he is unacceptable to Khan, who “slammed him for sharing ‘vile, hate-fuelled’ tweets.”
Yes, accurate tweets about jihad activity are the problem, while London burns.
“NO HE KHAN’T: Sadiq Khan takes dig at Donald Trump – saying protesting Brits should exercise ‘free speech’ when he visits UK,” by Natasha Clark, The Sun, April 26, 2018 (thanks to Van):
SADIQ Khan has taken another swipe at his arch enemy Donald Trump, saying Brits will be sure to exercise their “free speech” by protesting if he comes to the capital.
The London Mayor issued a warning to the US President after it was announced he will officially visit the UK for the first time in July.
But Mr Khan – who has clashed repeatedly with him on several occasions – issued a thinly vieled warning that he will face angry protesters if he comes to London.
The Mayor tweeted: “If he comes to London, President Trump will experience an open and diverse city that has always chosen unity over division and hope over fear.
“He will also no doubt see that Londoners hold their liberal values of freedom of speech very dear.”
The London Mayor has repeatedly said the US President should not get a state visit when he comes, and the pair have fallen out repeatedly online.
Mr Trump attacked him after the London Bridge attacks which left eight dead, but Mr Khan said he was acting like a 12-year-old.
Later on a spokesperson for Khan said that President Trump had taken the Mayor’s words out of context, but the President tweeted again, calling it a “pathetic excuse.”
Mr Khan said the abuse he’s got online has got even worse since he started fighting with the US President too – with one sick user telling him to “blow himself up”.
And after the US President re-tweeted messages from Britain First, Mr Khan slammed him for sharing “vile, hate-fuelled” tweets.
He also was vocal in calling out Mr Trump’s travel ban, which targeted people form mainly Muslim countries….
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