Nigel Farage has broken lockdown rules to film an angry rant about migrants.
Posting on Twitter, the leader of the Brexit Party shared a video of him on a beach in Sussex, interviewing two people about migrant boat crossings from Europe.
Ranting in a non-essential trip from his Kent home, Farage said:
“This is now the favoured beach for migrants to come.
“Boats are coming in here… under the cover of darkness.
“This scandal is far bigger than anyone realises.”
Farage is a dab hand at whipping up anti-migrant hate and has previously complained about lockdown measures being too strict.
Nevertheless, to gather four people to shout about a few migrants entering the UK during lockdown is… bizarre.
Reacting to the video, journalist Otto English tweeted: “Why is Nigel Farage not obeying the lockdown? He’s a politician not a journalist and this isn’t essential travel.”
The video also shows Farage going to a second beach, whipping up hate and – potentially – coronavirus.
“In some of these camps they’ve had coronavirus so there’s a risk with that as well.”
Oh the irony.