Written by Backandtotheleft

Sunday, 22 April 2018

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Cancerous pustule, Jeremy Hunt, has threatened Social media giants with more laws because he says they don’t do enough to protect children. Jeremy of course knows all about protecting children having closed down many children’s wards as health minister.

Of course Mr Hunt pretending to show empathy is hilarious to us as we understand he has as much compassion as a dog raping a pigeon.

Mr Hunt sent a letter to the internet firms which surprised them as no one actually thought he could write.

A spokesman for Mr Hunt said:

"I hate this fox faced cunt I only work for him as a favour to somebody. I often imagine just holding his head down in a bucket of piss and just watching the bubbles disappear. He asked me to read a statement out but he can go fuck himself with a machete. Sick Tory cunt "

Mr Hunt met social media leaders six months ago to discuss how children’s mental health challenges could be addressed. GOOGLEs suggestion that the Tories stop cutting the mental health budget was laughed, heartily, at by Mr Hunt.

Of course we at Back and to the Left news are not just writing nasty things to achieve recognition or fame as bitter people. We hate Hunt.

There are tropical skin diseases we would rather contract on our foreskins than spend a moment in that man's company.

Jeremy Hunt: Someone even his own mother can’t stand him.

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