Wednesday, August 5, 2015

George Galloway Gets "Roasted" by Successor in Parliament

In Britain, it is customary for an incoming member of Parliament to say nice things about his or her predecessor.

Except when one's predecessor is George Galloway.

So it was that Naz Shah, who defeated Old George in the last election, took the opportunity to tell Parliament what she thought of Galloway.


1 comment:

Siarlys Jenkins said...

My only surprise is that Gary would fail to raise suspicions about anyone named Naz Shah, or this he would leave standing the notion that any Muslim women's association could be up to anything good. After all, Gary is on record that Islam itself is the problem, not some Muslims.