Tory Defence Secretary brands Jeremy Corbyn a ‘conspiracy theorist’ for doubting whether Russia was behind Salisbury nerve agent attack
Gavin Williamson blasted the Labour leader, who has failed to say he holds the Kremlin responsible for the attempted assassination.
TAP – Paper Boy clearly wants a war. If so then let him go and fight it. Otherwise stick by Britain’s agreement with Russia to jointly investigate high profile cases. His rhetoric is as juvenile as his looks saying Russia should ‘shut up’. How did such a child get to be Secretary Of Defence in the first place, you might well wonder. Send him back to the playground where he no doubt bullied others and enjoyed getting people hurt. If this is the best Britain can raise at this time of crisis, then we are indeed in trouble. Fortunately Jeremy Corbyn has the courage to stand firm and talk sense, taking massive flak for doing so.
The banksters want their war and they expect their actor politicians to deliver one. Hopefully enough of the people at Westminster want to live and their own families to survive.
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson branded Jeremy Corbyn a conspiracy theorist for doubting whether Russia was behind the Salisbury nerve agent attack.
The Tory Minister blasted the Labour leader, who has failed to say he holds the Kremlin responsible for the attempted assassination.
Speaking after an address to the Policy Exchange think tank, Mr Williamson said British experts had examined the evidence and pointed the finger at Moscow.
He told reporters: “The scientists we have at Porton Down are the very best in he world.
“We always like to say we have the best – we got the best.
“Their knowledge, their expertise, so clearly points to one direction and you really do have to be a conspiracy theorist of the wildest kind to believe that there is anything other than fact about the statement that Russia has done this.”
He added: “I think it is deeply disappointing, Mr Corbyn’s response.
“I have got a lot of friends on the Labour benches – they’re as patriotic as I am, they believe in this country as much as I do, and I think they were as disappointed as I was.
“The Prime Minister set out a response that was sensible, that was measured, that was right, that was considered.
“I just think it’s time for every leader in this country to get behind her and show that unity of support.”