The two suspects in the London subway attack are refugees? Get outta here.
We were told these refugees were all innocent women and children fleeing from a war-ravaged country. Huh, well this is TOTALLY confusing.
Wonder if J.K. Rowling regrets this tweet/taunt from February yet?
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) September 18, 2017
Because Piers Morgan sure seems more than happy to rub it in her face.
Wait … we agree with Piers Morgan. Would someone please check to see if Hell froze over? Thanks.
From the New York Post:
The two suspects in the London subway attack that injured 30 people are a refugee from Iraq and a native of Syria — both of whom were fostered by a couple once honored by Queen Elizabeth for their charitable work.
Local media named one of the men as Yahyah Farroukh, 21, who was collared late Saturday outside a fried chicken joint where he worked for nine months in the Hounslow area of west London.
ALWAYS the freakin’ Amish!
The woman both writes-about and lives in a fantasy world – completely removed from reality. Why try reasoning with the unreasonable?
— David Presley (@davidspresley) September 18, 2017
It does seem like Piers enjoys giving J.K. Rowling a hard time; of course if you look at her timeline she has more than earned it.
Just checked her page not one tweet or news feed about the refugee bomber
— Brian Gibson (@BrianGi47385662) September 18, 2017
Of course not, that would destroy her narrative.
She's talking Hogwash again……
— Feisty Almighty (@FeistyAlmighty) September 18, 2017
And speaking of narratives, what about this oldie but ‘goodie’ from Piers?
Vicious hatred being displayed to #CalaisJungle refugees makes me puke.
Tighten our immigration system, yes – but let's keep our humanity.
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) October 24, 2016
So which is it?
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