Britain First sent an email at 5pm on Wednesday begging supporters for funds to launch a Facebook video ad campaign against Sadiq Khan.
Bit late. But anyway.
The email read:
This is the final chance to devastate Sadiq Khan's campaign and alert hundreds of thousands of Londoners to his Islamic extremism.
Also copiously panicking are Christian Concern, a group which focus predominately on opposing LGBTQ+ and abortion rights.
An editorial on their website, titled Londonistan with Khan, reads:
With Khan in charge we can only expect an increase of Islamic segregation in London leading to increased radicalisation. Even if there was a major terrorist attack I doubt if he would take appropriate action.
It is well known that he is a Muslim who is devout in his adherence to the faith.
His links with Islamic extremists have been well documented over the last several weeks, though he vehemently denies any sympathy with radical Islam.
Elsewhere on Christian Concern's website, they profess:
Jesus is Lord, not just at home or at church, but at school and in the workplace.
Meanwhile a Drudge Report editorial ran this headline:
Essentially, when Khan is likely announced as the new Mayor of London today, the scene at far-right HQ will look something like this: