Poor David Cameron — ever since the PigGate reveal he literally can’t do anything on social media without getting trolled to the moon.
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Today however it was less about pig-fucking and more about being a decent Christian.
David Cameron opted to remind us all of the ISIS threat in his Christmas message, shared on Twitter and Facebook earlier:
(Follow the link to Facebook to read it in full.)
I'd like to wish everyone in Britain and around the world a very happy and peaceful Christmas. My Christmas message: https://t.co/cg51isSzOr
— David Cameron (@David_Cameron) December 24, 2015
Inspired by the recent #YouAintNoMuslimBruv hashtag, the Twitter trolls set him straight:
— Steve Gittins (@sdgittins) December 24, 2015
Punishing innocent people thro imposed austerity while rewarding criminal banks who caused global financial crisis #youaintnochristianbruv
— MarcusVanPokémon (@MarcusVanHalen) December 24, 2015
@David_Cameron #YouAintNoChristianBruv pic.twitter.com/RhfEpdvkEj
— Milk the Cow Podcast (@MTCPODCAST) December 24, 2015
Reducing the number of disabled people who qualify for financial assistance.#YouAintNoChristianBruv
— ComradeHossPiaffes (@Hossylass) December 24, 2015
Plunging people into poverty, attacking disabled, bedroom tax, foodbanks, bombing an already war-torn country… #YouAintNoChristianBruv
— Dr Tanja Bueltmann (@scotsdiaspora) December 24, 2015
On the first day of Christmas, my PM gave to me,
A one-way ticket into poverty#YouAintNoChristianBruv
— TrillianAstraFeiras (@IFeiras) December 24, 2015
PR person really doesn't see #YouAintNoChristianBruv coming right at him after that message?
— Cavorting Unsuitably (@Cabbidges) December 24, 2015
— Brian Dash (@Dashyingon) December 24, 2015
— Dave Russell (@daverussell) December 24, 2015
If you haven’t seen it already, get a load of these two jokers who tried to deliver a pig to 10 Downing Street.