'Grand Tour' Presenter Stands Ground After Calling Rows Of Pride Flags "Oppressive"

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by Tyler Durden
Friday, Jun 14, 2024 - 10:30 AM

Authored by Steve Watson via,

British TV presenter James May, most famous for being a part of motoring shows The Grand Tour and Top Gear with Jeremy Clarkson, is under fire for pointing out that the uniform rows and rows of Pride flags installed every year in central London look “oppressive.”

May made what was supposed to be a tongue in cheek comment on X, noting that while he has “observed and admired” the Pride movement for years, the recent displays are guilty of “Too Much Bunting,” which “may be seen as authoritarian, and therefore oppressive.”

May added, “Please remember that some terrible things, with which you would not wish to be allied, began with TMB. World War Two, for example. Nice flag, though.”

And then they came for him.

But May stood firm.

Still they came at May:

How dare he talk in any way negatively about the precious symbol.

What about Christmas lights though?

They kept coming and May kept batting them away:

But but but Nazis uh uh uh:

He wasn’t backing away.

Some among the LGBTQ community agreed with May’s original point of ‘it’s a bit over the top’.

Flags are interesting.

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