David Hamilton just proved how much trouble Labour are in Scotland with a remark (Video Below) that was against woman and just rude. The image above I would guess will be the actual outcome, I truly believe Scotland now understands what Labour are and who they are also how they have changed to more Conservative and are not a party for the people any more. The images below are from Twitter so I don’t need permission, some are crackers mocking Mr Hamilton, #TinHat on Twitter and you will get more. Bring us home Nicola, tin hat and more, show a woman can do what no anti-feminist sexist old politician ready for the bin can do. I think the comment was not wise. Are we all aware David Martin Labour MP told a voter to ‘Piss Off’? https://shaunynews.com/2015/03/01/david-martin-labour-mep-tells-voters-to-piss-off/ I think the Labour party has shown it’s utter contempt for the Scottish people by siding with the Tory Party and also now 2 verbal assaults on women. Vote SNP, Labour don’t care peeps!!
David Martin MEP tells voters to “p*ss off”
Via 38 Degrees on You Tube
Comment by David Hamilton – The wee lassie with a tin helmet on
Via on therevstu You Tube
A LABOUR MP has been accused of sexism and derided online for remarks made at a party conference where he referred to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon as “the wee lass with the tin helmet on.” David Hamilton, MP for Midlothian and the Labour party whip, made the remarks on Saturday as he urged colleagues to campaign positively against the SNP.
At Scottish Labour’s spring conference, Mr Hamilton said: “We’ve got to go out there and not just be negative about the SNP because that’s very easy to do when you see the wee lass with the tin helmet on.” The remarks drew a mixed response from the party – there was laughter at the conference, and tweets from party figures such as Iain Gray and Blair McDougall that complimented Mr Hamilton on his speech. However, a subsequent tweet by Scottish Labour Kezia Dugdale – since deleted – suggested that Mr Hamilton had been “pulled up” internally for his comments. Activists and SNP politicians seized on Mr Hamilton’s comments, which were widely criticised on Twitter, by posting selfies of themselves wearing tin hats in support of the First Minister. Owen Thompson, the SNP’s Midlothian candidate, said: “This sexist comment and its reaction in the hall at the Labour Conference suggests the dinosaurs are sadly still roaming the Labour Party in Scotland.”
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