The man who routinely labelled his London mayoral opponent Sadiq Khan a “radical”, referred to “extremist” associations, repeatedly suggested he was a threat to London’s security, saying he “poses a real danger to London”, published an op-ed in the Mail on Sunday next to an image of a bus blown up in the 7/7 terror attacks headlined “Are we really going to hand the world’s greatest city to a Labour party that thinks terrorists are its friends?”, and tried to divide London’s Asian community for votes, has decided he doesn’t like “personal attacks”.
Yes. Ring the irony bell. Zac Goldsmith has tweeted his disappointment that Tory leadership candidate Jeremy Hunt is personally attacking his rival, Boris Johnson:
“I’m disappointed to see Jeremy Hunt making personal attacks on Boris. It’s hard to believe party members will be impressed either.”
I’m disappointed to see Jeremy Hunt making personal attacks on Boris.
It‘s hard to believe Party members will be impressed either. pic.twitter.com/PDt0GZ4o6l
— Zac Goldsmith (@ZacGoldsmith) June 23, 2019
With a moral compass like this, who needs enemies..?