Hours after the devastating terror attack in Manchester, England, and following UK PM Theresa May's announcement of quasi-martial-law on the streets of Britain, Nigel Farage follows yesterday's BBC anchor's comments and asks "what is our government actually gonna do?"
"Get used to it"...
Farage reminds the world that Theresa May was British Home Secretary - in charge of "this stuff" for six years before becoming prime minister "and under her we did virtually nothing to deal with this problem... so I don't see mass round-ups happening," citing the 500 terror suspects reportedly walking free in the UK.
Sparking painful memories of the 1930s rounding up citizens across Europe, Farage concludes "we have to stop the radicalization in our prisons and in our schools, and our immigration policy will vet absolutely everyone coming from middle-eastern and african countries."
And as the following poll from YouGov shows, up 14 percentage points on July 2010, an almost unanimous 90 percent said that they thought it was fairly or very likely.