It's no surprise that Tories have more faith in Farage than Sunak, says Kelvin Mackenzie

It's no surprise that Tories have more faith in Farage than Sunak, says Kelvin Mackenzie

Kelvin Mackenzie has highlighted new poll numbers and what might be driving them.

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Kelvin Mackenzie

By Kelvin Mackenzie

Published: 18/01/2024

- 17:37

In this GB News members-only video, Kelvin Mackenzie responds to today's latest polling

A YouGov poll in The Times says only 35 per cent of Tories trust Sunak on the immigration issue against 54 per cent who trust Reform’s Nigel Farage.

Easy to give a thumbs up to Farage as he’s not in office but gives his views from a TV studio. More jaw jaw than war war.

But what the Tories do trust is his instinct on the issue. Under his watch, I don’t believe a piece of filth called Khairi Saadallah would have been allowed to spend years in our country.

In fact under Farage he would never have been allowed to come here in the first place.

Saadallah arrived in 2013 from Libya. He was a member of Ansar al-Sharia, the anti-Western death cult which had killed a US ambassador. As a Jihadist he had been trained to kill.

There then followed years of violent behaviour, drugs, and convictions for assault. But he was never deported.

Why? While in jail, he spends time with a radical preacher.

Fifteen days after leaving he goes to a park in Forbury Gardens, Reading, where three male friends are enjoying a summer evening. Shouting Allahu Akbar he murders all three by stabbing each of them just once in the neck. He had been trained to kill back in Libya.

All three were members of the LGBT community and when arrested Saadallah referred to them as “wrong uns”.

He is now serving at our expense a whole life sentence and the pain of his actions were replayed at the inquest of the three this week.

The families spoke movingly about their loss and the great people they were. My question is how did a drug taking, violent criminal with Jihadist background spend seven years here without somebody, anybody, saying we should kick him out?

Apparently the Home Office thought Libya too dangerous for him. A park in Reading proved too dangerous for three friends.

You wonder why Tories are so behind in the polls and why Farage has our confidence. This story is why.

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