Classical singer turned left wing fuckwit showed exactly what is wrong with the left on Question Time last night
Climate change played a role in Syria’s conflict, according to Charlotte Church. Speaking as part of the panel on BBC Question Time, the Welsh singer said drought in the region had caused food shortages, causing a strain on the country and giving rise to the conflict.
Her comments came as a response to a question regarding whether the UK should carry out air strikes in Syria. She pointed out that Syria experienced “one of the worst droughts in its history” between 2006 and 2011 and said not many people knew about this.
“This of course meant that there were water shortages and crops weren’t growing,” said Church.
Being a leftie little Charlotte might have the voice of an angel but she has the brains of a strawberry flan as she showed last night.
I read not long ago she’s down to her last £million, so she has blown her fortune and her talent as well as half the rugby players in south wales. OMFG, didn’t she just make a fucking fool of herself. And that’s probably blown what was left of her career. Poor daft cow.
Silly Charlie did however give bloggers plenty of material that will make our readers laugh
I read not long ago she’s down to her last £million, so she has blown her fortune and her talent as well as half the rugby players in south wales, and now she has proved that she might have the voice of an angel but she has the brains of an earthworm to go with it. OMFG, didn’t she make a fool of herself. And that’s probably blown what was left of her career. Poor cow.
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