From The Anti-Media:
December 2, 2015
“You should not be walking through the lobbies with Jeremy Corbyn and a bunch of terrorist sympathisers,” he said.
Cameron’s comments sparked outrage on Twitter with the hashtag #terroristsympathiser trending for a few hours on Wednesday morning.
Members of the British public, journalists, MPs, and anti-war campaigners fired back at the PM and took to social media to let rip at the accusation that opposition to a bombing campaign means sympathy for terrorism.
Just when you think the PM can’t get any worse, he goes and brands half of the country #terroristsympathiser. What a clown.
My first day as a #terroristsympathiser and I’ve got up early and cleaned the kitchen, baked a lasagne. No laundry will dry outdoors today!
The more dave talks the more I become a #TerroristSympathiser
I’d rather be branded a #terroristsympathiser than be accused of supporting David Cameron.
I’ve never met anyone in my entire life that wants a war or to bomb places. Does that make everyone I’ve ever met a #terroristsympathiser ?
MPs are due to vote this Wednesday, 2 December, on whether to join the bombing campaign in Syria. Meanwhile anti-war protests and lobbying of MPs are taking place throughout Britain.
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