Pamela Anderson calls Theresa May ‘the worst prime minister in history’


If there’s one thing we can say about Pamela Anderson, it’s that the woman does not mince her words.

Suggestion: Pamela Anderson brands Theresa May the “worst Prime Minister in living memory”
Screengrab taken from the website of Pamela Anderson Foundation of a photo of herself and a letter she has written to Julian Assange, branding Theresa May the “worst Prime Minister in living memory” and calling for the WikiLeaks founder’s release.
Prime Minister Theresa May leaving 10 Downing Street in London during talks with DUP leader Arlene Foster and DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds on a deal to prop up a Tory minority administration. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday June 13, 2017. See PA story POLITICS Election. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
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The actress and philanthropist has penned a passionate, and at times scathing, blog post on her website which condemns Theresa May, labelling her as ‘the worst Prime Minister in living history (sic).’

She goes on to claim that May is on her ‘last legs’ after her appearance this week at the scene of the Grenfell Tower fire.

The post reads: ‘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 (sic).’

May sparked controversy on Thursday when she failed to meet victims of the Grenfell fire, where hundreds were left homeless and many more were injured.

The death toll currently stands at 30, with a further 28 people presumed missing and dead.

On Friday, May was ushered out of a church where volunteers were boxing up supplied for victims when crowds outside became hostile, with many shouting ‘coward’ and ‘shame on you’ as she left.

Anderson added that May’s recent performance in the election was ‘pyhrric’ after the Conservatives lost a huge amount of seats to Labour and thus losing the majority.

Her opinion of May is strongly contrasted by her fondness for Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, who she refers to as ‘clearly a decent and fair man.’

Anderson’s comments came as part of a love letter to Julian Assange; she has been spotted delivering lunch to the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where Assange has been for years after seeking asylum.

She recently responded to rumours about her relationship with the WikiLeaks founder, saying, ‘Julian is trying to free the world by educating it. It is a romantic struggle – I love him for this.’

‘I understand that our “affair” and the curiosity surrounding that might bring some attention to his situation. That’s fine, but I’d rather not go into private details. Let’s just say everyone deserves love.’ Metro

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