Bill Carmichael: Remoaners rage at rise of Jacob Rees-Mogg

FORMER government Minister Anna Soubry launched an extraordinarily vicious and personal attack against fellow Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg this week.

In a pop-eyed, spittle-flecked rant, she denounced him over his personal life and mainstream Roman Catholic beliefs and demanded that pro-Brexit MPs like him be “slung out” of the party because they disagree with her and refuse to bend the knee to our unelected political masters in Brussels.

Rees-Mogg’s reported response was a lesson in exquisite politeness and a principled refusal to join Soubry rolling around in the political gutter.

He let it be known that he “thinks highly” of Soubry and thinks that she is “entitled to her views on Brexit”.

It is not the first time in recent days that Rees-Mogg has been the subject of personal abuse from rabid Remoaners.

Read more at: https://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/opinion/bill-carmichael-remoaners-rage-at-rise-of-jacob-rees-mogg-1-9009006

3 thoughts on “Bill Carmichael: Remoaners rage at rise of Jacob Rees-Mogg

  1. Soubry (crazily virtue signalling with a suffragette rosette on the anniversary of votes for women) dissed the Mogg for upholding a pro life position (as well as letting the family nanny change the babies nappies!). These transgressions, apparently put Mogg beyond the pale for not upholding “women’s rights”. By clumsily linking suffrage and abortion and lumping them, uncritically together in a kind of 39 articles of women’s rights, Soubry showed herself up to be not a top drawer thinker. She failed to take into account that, as far as I am aware, Mogg has never opposed women’s suffrage nor any other female political or economic right. Sour-bry also failed, dismally to grasp nor appreciate the nuances of political discourse: that (a) it is possible to support women’s suffrage while also holding a pro-life view. Millions do because it is not an inconsistent position, no matter how you may disagree with the second component of the equation (b) the balancing of conflicting rights (in this case, of women and unborn children, is a bread and butter challenge to, and commensurate with (google it, Anna), living in a modern, diverse society and Mogg’s stance is thoroughly modern and not at all 18th century! (c) Mogg himself is on record as saying that not a few of his religious views are ever likely to be adopted as policy or even law. So his position in the Conservative party is pretty secure. Perhaps it is Anna who needs to reconsider her position in the party? Her blanket sledgehammer judgementalism is worthy of the left wing. Perhaps she would be happier in the Labour Party who are the most likely to introduce compulsory nappy changing by husbands and male partners as a central plank of policy? (Although, if, when they take power, they compromise, as is likely, on free movement and the single market, there will still be hundreds of low paid Eastern European nannies looking to relieve the Moggster of that oderous task?)

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  2. Soubry shows her true feelings on democracy in this sad and pathetic rant against Rees -Mogg and “!the Great Unwashed” who had the temerity to vote to leave the corrupt, unelected EU despite the “Campaign of Fear” led by the odious Cameron / Osborne twins ! It is she who should be cast out into the political wilderness. At the very least Jacob Rees – Mogg would get us out of the EU sooner rather than later !

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