A Labour MP has put her foot in her mouth after she likened the mass sexual assaults that took place in Germany on New Years Eve to a typical weekend in Birmingham.
Jess Phillips made the remarks on BBC's Question Time to answer a question about mass migration.
“There is violence against women and girls that you are describing, a very similar situation to what happened in Cologne could be described on Broad Street in Birmingham every week where women are baited and heckled,” she said.
“We have to attack what we perceive as being patriarchal culture coming into any culture that isn’t patriarchal and making sure we tell people not to be like that. But we should be careful in this country before we rest on our laurels when two women are murdered every week.”
According to Breitbart, a manager of the Westside Business Improvement District told the BBC, “It’s preposterous, ill-informed nonsense actually. It’s a throwaway line from someone who hasn’t got as much of a grasp as people – particularly myself – who work in the area.”
Of course, in reality, the mass sexual assaults were anything but normal.
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