We wouldn’t be shocked if it turned out that Satan and Dracula were mates, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Donald Trump and Katie Hopkins seem to get along.
Human sewer pipe, Hopkins, praised Trump in her Daily Mail column yesterday writing: “Trump IS providing leadership. He knows some of his grand-standing is hot air. But he is articulating a sentiment held by millions and reinforcing himself as a protector of the American people.”
She went on to claim the reason that people responded ‘well’ to Trump’s message is because he, like her, doesn’t have a politically correct filter. Before agreeing with Trump’s farcical claims that there are no-go areas in London.
There is fear among the police AND the public.In part we ARE a radicalised nation and it does nobody any favours to deny the obvious
I work with a team of cameramen in town who text their wives and partners on the hour to confirm they are safe.
My family is not keen for me to be in the capital.
Some friends will no longer come to London
The professional troll also warned of the dangers of multiculturalism and said ‘that we’d lost control of vast swathes of our country’.
Trump predictably praised Hopkins for her article, tweeting:
Thank you to respected columnist Katie Hopkins of Daily https://t.co/LgtY0qdv9U for her powerful writing on the U.K.’s Muslim problems.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 10, 2015
Trump claimed earlier in the week that there are no go areas in the nations capital which sparked outrage around the country, and has led to a number of prominent figures condemning the be-wigged billionaire. The petulant presidential hopeful childishly responded by saying the UK is trying to disguise its ‘massive Muslim problem’ and said critics are just ‘pandering to political correctness’.
The Mail columnist, has since re-tweeted Trump’s praise, and other tweets supporting their backwards view, using the social media like some bizarre echo chamber for their controversial views.
Hopkins says in her article that anyone who doesn’t like what the pair say can ignore them and imagine ‘the two of us shouting naked at the rain’. We’d rather not.