Last Monday I received a call from a female researcher on the ITV show Good Morning Britain, asking if I could appear on the show the next morning, for a discussion with Sophie Walker, Lying Feminist of the Month, former leader of the Women’s Equality Party, about the killing of 50 Muslims in Christchurch, New Zealand. In the wake of the murders, she tweeted this:
Please let there come a time when male violence is recognized as the single biggest threat to peace and tackled accordingly. My heart goes out to the victims and families and everyone affected by the disgusting act of Islamophobic terrorism in #Christchurch.
I was out of the country and suggested she contact Elizabeth with a view to appearing on the programme – she had written this piece on the matter – but the researcher declined to do so. Instead she approached Toby Young, a columnist with The Spectator. He agreed to appear, but Sophie Walker declined to debate with him. He then wrote an insightful article for CapX.
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