Sex pest MP Chris Pincher gets a lighter sentence from Parliament than Boris Johnson is absurd

bias is evident

That sex pest MP Chris Pincher should have had a lighter sentence handed down by Parliament than Boris Johnson is both shockingly absurd and profoundly revealing.

It proves beyond a doubt that the three-month ban on the former prime minister was vindictive and completely over the top.

Chris Pincher's weak punishment proves Boris Johnson's three-month ban was grossly overblown


Chris Pincher’s weak punishment proves Boris Johnson’s three-month ban was grossly overblownPhoto credit: AFP
Parliament's Sleaze Watchdog recommended an eight-week suspension for disgraced former Tory MP Chris Pincher


Parliament’s Sleaze Watchdog recommended an eight-week suspension for disgraced former Tory MP Chris Pincher

A sanction imposed by a committee, with a senior member currently under investigation by police for alleged lockdown violations, which he has never mentioned.

For all of Boris’ sloppy behavior in No 10, he was treated like a serial killer and put in his place by a biased, disgustingly hypocritical Labor-led body bent on revenge for Brexit.

Pincher earns his eight-week suspension.

He is a disgrace to Parliament.

This also applies to Harriet Harman’s committee.

citizen arrest

FUNNY, isn’t it, how Just Stop Oil takes advantage of polite middle-class events to disrupt them?

Wimbledon. Cricket at Lord’s. Even the Opera at Glyndebourne.

They know they can run around insane and scatter trash and still end the day with their legs intact.

We doubt they’ll make it to Millwall during football season.

But if police and security forces really can’t deter these sociopathic pests, the public has the power to try.

Crickets Jonny Bairstow set a great example by grabbing an idiot and removing it.

That says Tory Police Secretary Chris Philp We should all follow this example.

Nobody condones physical harm.

But for these prestigious events, players pay fortunes.

Within the law, they have every right to abuse idiots who are out to ruin them.

Bad society

Speaking of the oil-stop apocalypse fantasy, we’re stunned by Keir Starmer’s recent conviction.

He’s right when he denounces their complacency in assuming they’re only concerned with reducing emissions.

He may also disapprove of their tactics.

But Starmer is a fellow traveler in every other way.

He has already given in to their main demand that our North Sea oil dwindle and die despite the economic damage and the threat to our energy security.

And Labor and the climate dictators are funded by the same tycoon.

If Starmer really felt strongly about Just Stop Oil’s despicable arrogance and campaign of sabotage, he would refuse to deal with the man funding it.

And give Dale Vince his millions back.

Burger is king

Turns out BURGERS aren’t bad for you.

There are also no steaks or chops.

Experts believe that you can eat red meat daily.

Of course, you also need plenty of fruits, vegetables, fish, beans, and grains to keep the balance.

But still.

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A cheeseburger a day?

That’s a view we enjoy.


PaulLeBlanc is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. PaulLeBlanc joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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