Do you remember when for the last 100 years, when a building caught on fire– firemen would put it out, insurance companies would Jew you, people would sue, and everybody would move on w/ their fucking day??
But in the UK, dealing w/ building codes and choosing the right cladding is suddenly the Head of State’s job:
That tomb in the sky will be forever Theresa May’s monument. Grenfell marks the spot and her visit marks the moment the last vestiges of her career were finally rubbed out. She made it her own yesterday by that fateful “visit” to a handful of senior fire officers, guarding her from any contaminating contact with the bereaved and newly homeless. Dead to emotion or empathy, she sealed her fate.
I feel like they’re overreacting.
Heckled coming out of church
Does this look like a Prime Minister in control? They are 17 seconds which sum up her week pic.twitter.com/EYUJdNOw2c
— Chris Ship (@chrisshipitv) June 16, 2017
“Blood, blood, blood on your hands”
"Blood, blood, blood on your hands" chant outside the BBC pic.twitter.com/OOIW8YlOt3
— Tom Phillips (@flashboy) June 16, 2017
Should resign immediately
Theresa May is not fit to be PM. Her handling of the Grenfell Tower disaster has been shameful and she should resign immediately. Me on Sky: pic.twitter.com/rOT9xwnBch
— Shehab Khan (@ShehabKhan) June 17, 2017
Piers Morgan gets in on the circlejerk
The biggest disaster this country's suffered for decades is 'not a govt issue'?
What is then? https://t.co/i8xnuaMh5m
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) June 17, 2017
This kind of shit happens in the US all the time– and, to our credit– we don’t give a shit…
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