The editorial board at the left-wing British newspaper the Guardian thinks someone died and made them king. In an incoherent and poorly written op-ed, the Guardian says U.S. President Trump “is not welcome” in the U.K.
Why? Because they claim Trump is a “threat to peace, democracy, and the climate of our planet.”
President Trump is visiting the UK from June 3-5. His first stop is Buckingham Palace, where he and First Lady Melania Trump were warmly greeted by Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles, the future king of England.
The Guardian: Trump’s visit will boost the populist movement
The Guardian’s editorial board bleated:
Mr. Trump is a demagogue who represents a threat to peace, democracy and the climate of our planet. As elected leader of the UK’s closest ally, he can’t be ignored.
But making him, his wife and four adult children the honoured guests of the Queen risks legitimising his destructive policies, his cronyism and his leanings towards autocracy.
The greatest danger of the visit, which will see the president meet royals at Buckingham Palace, St James’s Palace and Clarence House as well as at the D-day 75th anniversary commemorations in Portsmouth, is not that it will boost his ego.
The more serious threat to the host nation is that Mr Trump’s presence and public statements will boost anti-democratic and right-wing populist elements here.”
Remember what happened last time UK ordered USA around?
The Guardian’s editorial board also urged outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May to challenge how President Trump is governing the United States.
“It is incumbent upon Mrs May and others to challenge him directly – or risk appearing to give the assault on women’s rights, and bullying of neighbouring states, a seal of approval,” the Guardian wrote. “The harm caused by the choice to indulge Mr. Trump will ripple beyond our shores too.”
Hey England, slow your roll. Remember what happened the last time you tried to tell Americans what to do? The United States had to kick your *ss in the Revolutionary War.
(Source: Fox News)
Populist movement is mushrooming across Europe
For the record, the populist movement in the UK and across Europe has been mushrooming before Donald Trump took office because Europeans are getting sick and tired of leftist globalist policies that undermine national sovereignty and pride.
Many also object to Europe becoming a dumping ground for unskilled third-world refugees — some of whom are dangerous and violent.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) May 29, 2017
Brits rolled out red carpet for Chinese President Xi
The Guardian attacks President Trump as a bigoted autocrat who threatens “the climate of the our planet.” Reminder: The British media did not object to the 2015 state visit of China’s President Xi Jinping.
Xi — China’s president for life — routinely throws journalists in jail, imprisons a million Muslims in internment camps, and presides over the worst polluter in the world.
China emits more carbon dioxide than the United States and the EU combined. Where’s the left-wing outrage?
Pint-sized Sadiq Khan slammed Trump too
The Guardian’s rambling op-ed comes one day after London’s failed mayor Sadiq Khan wrote a blog post demanding that the UK denounce President Trump during his visit.
London's failed mayor, Sadiq Khan, urges UK officials to denounce Trump during state visit. "It's un-British to roll out the red carpet for Donald Trump," Khan screeched.
Reminder: Khan urged the UK to cancel Trump's 2017 visit. Officials ignored him.https://t.co/14gMgelusz
— Samantha Chang (@samantha_chang) June 2, 2019
Rather than worry about the American president, Sadiq Khan should focus on how he’s ruining London — a once-majestic city that is being besieged by knife attacks, acid attacks, theft, and terrorist activity.
In the three years since Khan became mayor in 2016, violent crime has skyrocketed. He excuses terrorist activity and violent attacks, calling them “part and parcel of living in a big city.” Um, okay Frodo.
….Kahn reminds me very much of our very dumb and incompetent Mayor of NYC, de Blasio, who has also done a terrible job – only half his height. In any event, I look forward to being a great friend to the United Kingdom, and am looking very much forward to my visit. Landing now!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 3, 2019
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