Nigel Farage, the Brexit Party’s chief nitwit, courted controversy this week by travelling more than 100 miles from his home to film a racist rant about immigrants.
The gormless activist travelled from Kent to a beach in Pett, East Sussex and then moved onto Hastings to create his film, flouting government lock-down guidelines which say all members of the public should stay at home.
The video, a lengthy diatribe about migrants (none of which were spotted by Farage during his illegal jolly) was subsequently emailed to his supporters under the title “The Media Aren’t Reporting This.”
The video also appeared on Farage’s official Twitter account leading to a flurry of criticism from other users.
Farage refuted allegations he had selfishly broken lock down guidelines in order to ‘do a spot of racism’ by announcing his status as a broadcaster and, therefore, a key worker.
When asked by a Daily Mirror reporter if Farage felt the journey was necessary, he said, “Is it your job to enforce the law?”