Commenting on the announcement, Jones said: “I don’t know why we trust the Tories to make this legislation when we all know they have absolutely no f**king clue.
“The Tories tried to justify the removal of essential support by claiming that it helped improve independence. That’s like the proverb about giving a man a fish: it works, unless that man has no arms, no fishing rod, and lives in the desert.
“If you teach that man to fish, you killed him. Just give him a f**king fish!”
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In her #LateNightMash debut @josierones discusses social care reform and how evil @MrNishKumar can be. https://t.co/DWiaLmrZoa
She then went on to tackle benefits assessments, describing the process as “ludicrous”.
“A stranger comes into your house for 10 minutes, has a look at you and makes a decision that affects the rest of your life.
“I mean, sometimes, a snap judgement is accurate,” she said, before turning to Kumar. “D**khead.”
Concluding her monologue, Jones said that the government’s social care plan “reads like not a single disabled person was involved in it”.
“How on earth are we ever going to make change if our fates are decided for us by a bunch of cretins who wouldn’t know a group of disabled people even if we ram raided parliament with our scooters, frames and chairs – which, I’m not suggesting, but I am free on Tuesday.
“But it’s just not up to us lot. It’s a job of able-bodied people to be good allies and to fight our fight with us.
“You’re fighting for a group you could belong to in the future – if you’re lucky.
“Involve us, ask us, and stop speaking for us. Thank you,” she said.
Jones’ remarks have since seen her branded a “legend” online, with Twitter users describing her appearance on Late Night Mash as “fabulous” and “outstanding”:
One of the best things we’ve ever done https://t.co/u90sbAPVWE