Immigrant hater Natalie Elphicke OBE MP should be reminded that she, the wife of a convicted sex offender, is the noxious nasty who actually deserves to be hated
In March this year, The Steeple Times slammed the “total plonker” Conservative Member of Parliament for Dover, Natalie Elphicke, over her pathetic handling of the sacking of 800 P&O ferry workers by Zoom after she deservedly got heckled at a protest in support of their rights.
Unsurprisingly called out then also as a “stunningly stupid woman who once ludicrously suggested “border issues at Dover were not a problem created by Brexit, but were Brussels’ fault,” this 51-year-old first took her seat in December 2019 and now, this morning, she showed herself up when she penned yet another of her regular rants for The Mail on Sunday.
Previously, Dover had been the domain of her husband, Charlie – a cretinous creep known for running around the marital home yelling: “I’m a naughty Tory” as he went about groping horrified visiting ladies. Mr Elphicke was subsequently thrown in the slammer in July 2020 after being convicted of three counts of sexual assault against two women.
In today’s column, which was titled: “When will The Left admit this is no refugee crisis… but simply illegal immigration,” Mrs Elphicke blamed everyone but her own party for refugees landing daily on British shores. “They are not fleeing wars,” she raged, before adding: “The injustice affects everyone… Not that you’d know it from the handwringing rights industry, the charity sector and the skewed reporting of the issue from the Left-wing media and the BBC.”
Instead of seeking a solution on British shores, this heartless multi-millionaire mother-of-two simply offered: “It is undoubtedly the case that more can be done in France” before demanding “an immediate solution.” Idealistic, yes, realistic no and achievable, most definitely not.
Frankly, all this latest column does is to provide further indication that here is an impractical woman unfit to represent the 72,000 people of her constituency. It is now jolly well time for ‘Nasty Nat’ to finally do the decent thing – resign and make way for someone who might actually help work towards a solution to this very real problem; a very real problem that affects both those arriving in Britain and those already living in Dover and beyond.