By Dorothy Hotdog
Outspoken MP Jess Phillips has warned she will leave the Labour Party if Jeremy Corbyn wins the leadership contest.
Speaking on BBC Radio 4, the MP for Birmingham Yardley said:”I will leave the Labour Party because Jeremy sits on the floor”, an apparent reference to the fact that Jeremy Corbyn was recently photographed sitting on the floor of a train because there were no seats available.
“A true leader stands up for Britain, but Jeremy just sits there slumped next to the toilet looking like a tramp. I hate him”, added Phillips.
“A year ago we saw Jeremy stand on a night bus. I might not have agreed with him on anything, but this was a leader we could all get behind. Stabbing works best from that angle, don’t you know.”
“Now he doesn’t even have the strength to stand.”
“Since I became an MP Jeremy has shown his hatred for women by holding me back. It’s true that I’ve only been an MP 15 months, during which time I have threatened his life, but despite attacking my new boss repeatedly it’s clear I’ve been held back.”
“I deserve more from the Labour Party, and if I don’t get it, then the Labour Party doesn’t deserve me.”
Phillips also revealed she’s installed a panic room in her office, and refused to rule out expanding it to accommodate the entire parliamentary Labour Party.