‘No respect’ Twitter backlash as luvvie celebs call on May to let more migrants into UK
A HOST of celebrities have been slammed on Twitter after they demanded Theresa May brings more child refugees to Britain under the Dubs scheme.
A backlash quickly developed online as commenters hit out at the 200 celebrities – including Carey Mulligan, Gary Lineker and Keira Knightley – who signed an open letter to Theresa May asking the Prime Minister to bring more refugees into the country.
And another tweeted: “Put them in your own house if you want them here. Grown men pretending to be children, vomit inducing.”
The letter has been signed by figures which range from authors, actors, musicians and broadcasters – these also include Coldplay, Juliet Stevenson, Gok Wan, Caroline Flack, Jude Law, Michael Morpurgo, Douglas Booth, Joely Richardson, Lily Allen, Sir Mark Rylance and Ruby Wax.
Læs kommentarerne til de to artikler, der er linket til her, de nyttige idioter får i den grad tørt på 🙂