Despite provoking outrage from many, Tory MPs are back at it again with dodgy takes on food banks.
Speaking on BBC Politics Live, Gareth Bacon was the latest politician to come out with divisive rhetoric today.
He said, when asked to explain reports that working people use the services: "People will say they don't have enough money but... sometimes people will have to look at how they manage their personal finances and there's nothing wrong in that, that is not in anyway a criticism of anyone and it's not patronising to say so.
"We've had ministers saying 'just go out and get that better paid job, just go and work more hours'. It is just not as simple as that," he said.
"We've had energy prices doubling in a year, wages depressed and no growth in Tory Britain."
He could barely finish his point as the show came to the end and the closing credits music started playing and presenter Jo Coburn cut him off.
Here's the full exchange:
\u201cJo Coburn - A lot of people going to food banks are in work.. how do you explain that?\n\nGareth Bacon(Tory MP) - I've never had to use a food bank, but people will have to look at how they manage their personal finances.. Lee Anderson \ud83e\udd26\n\nChris Bryant - It's not as simple as that\u201d