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Britain First are once again blaming snowflakes for their problems.
The controversial far-right group were on their way to Belfast for a rally on Sunday. But a large group of snowflakes got in their way.
Party leader Paul Golding and deputy Jayda Fransen posted a video on Twitter saying they were stranded at a snowy airport and the event would not go ahead.
We’ve been stranded here at the airport for a good three to four hours now and the snow storm is showing no sign of abating whatsoever.We’re not going to make it over to Belfast now.We’re going to have to postpone the Belfast rally that was supposed to take place at 3 pm until the new year.
We’ve been stranded here at the airport for a good three to four hours now and the snow storm is showing no sign of abating whatsoever.
We’re not going to make it over to Belfast now.
We’re going to have to postpone the Belfast rally that was supposed to take place at 3 pm until the new year.
The group also tweeted a picture from the airport:
Picture: Twitter / @BritainFirstHQ
Party members were heading to Belfast to protest legal proceedings against Fransen, who is due to appear at Belfast Magistrates’ Court on 14 December.
She was charged by the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) with using "threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour" over speeches she made in Belfast, according to The Independent.
'Snowflakes', of course, is also a term used to refer to the 'hypersensitivity' of the younger generation and those on the left.
Oh no, Britain First had to cancel their Belfast rally because of a bunch of snowflakes https://t.co/wgicIpWYkg — The Poisonous Euros Atmosphere Fan (@The Poisonous Euros Atmosphere Fan)
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