ANTI-SEMITISM: Labour Candidate Linked To Anti-Semitic Account
Kate Linnegar, the Labour Parliamentary candidate for Swindon North has been linked to a Twitter account that made a series of anti-semitic statements in 2016. @SwindonPeoples sent out messages, amoung other things, dismissing Zionists as ‘FAKE Jews’. When confronted by Tory blogger Guido Fawkes, South West Labour Party denied their being any connection between Ms Linnegar and the Twitter account BUT the Christians United For Israel website has found evidence that Ms Linnegar WAS aware of and involved in the running of the account:
The above picture clearly shows the Twitter account was on the agenda of a meeting that Ms Linnegar was intimately involved with running. Ms Linnegar was Chair of the Swindon Peoples Assembly when the below picture was taken:
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Ms Linnegar continues to insist she knew nothing about the Twitter account:
“The Twitter account was set up when we started Swindon People’s Assembly some years ago. The person running it was so inactive at tweeting that we forgot it even existed. We haven’t seen this person at Swindon People’s Assembly for a long time.”
“When we were alerted to what had been tweeted, we asked the person to delete it as the views were not those of Swindon People’s Assembly, me or the Labour Party. This person is not a Labour Party member.”
However, in light of the above her claims hardly appear credible. It seems once again, anti-Seimitism is swept under the carpet within the Labour Party.