The Queen Visits Grenfell Tower Victims Despite Theresa May’s ‘Security Concern’ Excuse

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Over the past few weeks it appears that Theresa May can literally do nothing right, and it’s easy to see why. 

She calls a snap election expecting to get a 100 seat majority, fails dismally.

She responds by trying to form a coalition with the depressingly questionable DUP – and even then has to keep putting it on hold because of failed negotiations.

She visits the scene of the Grenfell Tower disaster, doesn’t meet any of the victims – outraging the public.

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Her reason, as Cabinet member Tobias Ellwood claimed – ‘Security concerns’. But interestingly the 91-year-old Queen made it down there and chatted with emergency workers and survivors, reports indy100.

As you can probably imagine the Internet is erupting with people questioning why the Queen can hang around and chat to those directly affected but the PM can’t…

https://twitter.com/RupertMyers/status/875656867338272768

Others believe May was more terrified of being confronted by voters:

However it’s only fair to say that some argued May was a much bigger target:

So far 30 people have been confirmed dead in the Grenfell Tower fire with police and fire services expecting this number to get tragically higher.

Lives lost in a disaster which could’ve been prevented according to residents.