June 20, 2016
This may be the last nail in the coffin of Remain.
You remember I was pretty negative about the possibility of a Leave vote. I just didn’t see it happening, given the level of cuckoldry in the UK.
But now, with the events over the last six weeks, it’s looking like we really do have a shot at this.
There is no “upper limit” to the number of EU migrants who can come to Britain if it votes to stay in the European Union, Jeremy Corbyn has admitted.
The Leave campaign seized on the comments by Mr Corbyn after the Labour leader defended the free movement of EU migrants.
His comments infuriated moderate Labour MPs, who warned that Mr Corbyn could “single-handedly” cost the Remain campaign the referendum.
One MP said that Mr Corbyn is “out of touch” and his comments risk alienating traditional Labour voters, who will be key in the outcome of the EU referendum.
The issue has split the Labour Party as both John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor, and Tom Watson, have called for more controls on the free movement of EU migrants.
David Cameron has also been repeatedly pressed during the referendum campaign over his failure to meet his pledge to reduce net migration to “tens of thousands”.
Appearing on the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show, Mr Corbyn was asked directly whether he thought there should be an upper limit on the numbers coming to the UK.
He said: “I don’t think you can have one while you have the free movement of labour, and the free movement of labour means that you have to balance the economy.
“So you have to improve living standards and conditions and so that means the EU’s appalling treatment of Greece is a problem.
“If you deliberately lower living standards and increase poverty in south eastern Europe, then you’re bound to have a flow of people looking for somewhere to go.”
Of course, Mr. Corbyn said this because he is a secret Nazi, actually against the EU, brown people and especially the Jews behind it all.
Good job, Jeremy!
I think you may have just sealed the deal!