On Tuesday, MRCTV uploaded the latest installment of “Reality Check” with Brittany Hughes.
London's homicide rate for the months of February and March were higher than that of New York City, despite being an awesomely progressive utopia where the are no guns and everything is perfect and wonderful...except wait.
Hughes begins her post-intro monologue by talking about London’s homicides, many of which have been the result of knife attacks:
London's homicide rate is officially higher than New York City's after a 17-year-old girl was shot to death, marking London's 37th homicide in just two months. They [logged] 15 murders in February and 22 in March – two more than New York City.
London's homicide rate is actually at a 13-year high despite it having some of the strictest gun and hate crime laws in the entire world. Some experts are now predicting the city could see 130 murders this year alone.
And while it was a shooting death that ultimately pushed London over the edge for most homicides in March, most of its killings are not from firearms. Nope. The homicide rate in London has actually increased because of a rise in stabbings. In fact, people with knives were responsible for 31 of the 37 murders this year. Guess they should ban knives now, right?
Hughes continues, mocking London’s mayor, Sadiq Khan: “But wait – hold the phone. You mean that Mayor Sadiq Khan’s perfect, all inclusive, gun free bastion of uber European progressivism isn’t working out? Really?”
This is the city that's been all in a huff over whether people are posting mean things on Facebook, right? In fact, one of Khan’s recent major initiatives is to make sure that people and social media platforms can be fined if someone posts “hate speech” on their Instagram account. He went on an all out offensive against an ad featuring a woman in a bikini in London’s subway tunnel, saying that it body shames women who don’t have the waist dimensions of a stop sign poll.
Britain is the home of renowned pundit and civil rights expert, Piers Morgan, who took this past weekend to lecture Americans on Twitter about how our Second Amendment wasn’t actually meant to apply to individual citizens outside of a militia. He’s dead wrong, by the way, and has apparently never actually looked up the definition of “militia,” but then again, maybe that’s why they lost.
But hey Piers, while you're busy slamming us for our Smith and Wessons, you guys apparently can't be trusted with Pampered Chef.
Hughes concludes by making several suggestions to the leaders of London:
So here's a suggestion...maybe instead of spending all of your time locking people up for offensive Facebook posts and policing free speech, London cops should focus on, you know, regular policing. Because as much as we've got our issues, it sounds like you all do, too. So maybe instead of worrying yourselves sick over whether some critic of Islam offends a Muslim on Twitter, you should be figuring out how to keep your own citizens from getting acid thrown in their faces – which is apparently a thing that happens there...a lot.
Here's another one. Maybe you should worry about why delivery guys say that they won't go to certain parts of your city at night because they have been virtually overtaken by migrants who now dominate that whole entire neighborhood, and are not too keen on outsiders showing up.
Maybe you should take a look at your asinine gun laws, and see if maybe allowing your citizens to defend themselves would keep so many of them from catching knives in the face.
Maybe while you're doing some of that, you should shut up about our problems over here across the pond.