Pamela Anderson thinks Theresa May is the ‘worst PM in living memory’

Written by David Singleton on 19 June 2017 in News
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But the former Baywatch star reckons that Julian Assange is great.

Just when it looked like things couldn’t get much worse for Theresa May, Pamela Anderson has put the boot into the prime minister.

Writing on her blog, the former Baywatch star and 90s sex symbol joins in the chorus of criticism over May’s response to the Grenfell Tower catastrophe which is now thought to have killed at least 58 people.

She states: "Theresa May, who is on her last legs. Theresa May of the Pyhrric victory. Theresa May, who won’t shake the hand of the victims of the Grenfell fire. Who doesn’t care about poor people. Who doesn’t care about justice or peace … The worst prime minister in living memory."

More controversially, Anderson also complains about the prime minister’s treatment of Julian Assange, who she is rumoured to be in a romantic relationship with.

"Theresa May - who kept him imprisoned in the embassy for five years - refuses to allow him to leave," she wrote.

She also suggests that Assange should be applauded for publishing a cascade of emails that damaged Hillary Clinton’s presidential election campaign and boosted Donald Trump’s chance of winning.

"WikiLeaks never retracted a single thing. Nothing was censored. Revolutions happened across the world. The Pentagon stood down. Secretary of State Hillary of Clinton is no more. The Obama administration is gone," she says.

She then claims: "Julian won, and we all benefited from this. He took on the Leviathan and won. That is sexy."

Eventually in the blog post, Anderson – who is a campaigner for an animal rights - turns to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. She does not suggest that the Labour is similarly sexy, but does refer to him as a "clearly decent and fair man".

She adds: "I am reaching out to Jeremy Corbyn, who could and should be the next Prime Minister. Jeremy, you and I share a compassion for animals. You and Julian both know how vicious the UK media can be, and how unjust the present government is."

 

 

Photo by Press Association.

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