VILE anti-vaxxer Piers Corbyn told followers to BURN DOWN politicians’ offices during a sick tirade in central London – as Priti Patel blasted his comments as “sickening”.
Jeremy’s brother, who has gained infamy for his crazed theories since Covid first gripped the UK, spoke at a rally in Westminster tonight.
And in his chilling diatribe, he told campaigners: “We’ve got to hammer to death those scum.”
Speaking through a PA system, he said: “We’ve got to get a bit more physical.
“It means we have to take down these lying vaccinators, and we’ve got to take down these lying MPs.
“We’ve got to support and welcome all of those who have rebelled or voted against Boris – rebelled from the Tories or my brother and his mates, they voted against the measures.
“They voted against. That is good.
“We’ve got to support all those and we’ve got to hammer to death those scum – those scum – who have decided to go ahead with introducing new fascism.
‘HAMMER THEM TO DEATH’
“You’ve got to get a list of them – we can get a list of them on websites – and if your MP is one of them, go to their offices and I’d recommend burning them down, ok?”
His comments have been met with outrage.
The Home Secretary has called for his arrest, tweeting: “The Piers Corbyn video is sickening.
“I back the police to take the strongest possible action against him.”
Meanwhile, TV firebrand Piers Morgan sent the video to the Met Police on Twitter, writing: “This is appalling.
“Piers Corbyn is inciting the murder of MPs.
“He should be arrested and jailed for this.”
Gary Lineker has also called the video “appalling”.
FURY OVER COMMENTS
Corbyn spoke as thousands of campaigners marched through the streets of the capital in protest at Boris Johnson’s new plan B rules.
Violence erupted outside Downing Street as thugs tore down barriers and made threatening gestures at cops in riot gear.
Officers were reportedly hurt when missiles including eggs and beer cans were thrown earlier in the day.
One demonstrator who was dressed as Santa waved a smoke canister over the crowds, while others held aloft signs reading ‘no vaccine passports‘.
If the proposals get the green light, Brits could be banned from mixing indoors with friends and family, it’s reported.
The PM has told eligible adults to get their booster jabs as soon as they can, after long snaking queues were seen at vaccine centres across the country.
The Sun is also urging readers to sign up to the Jabs Army campaign to make the rollout as smooth and fast as possible.
It comes as record numbers of new infections were recorded in the UK this week as Omicron spreads.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has declared a major incident in the capital amid surging cases.
The Labour politician said he’s “incredibly concerned” – and fears a shortage of police officers, firefighters and NHS workers.
The UK’s overall number of Omicron cases reported each day has trebled in the past 24 hours, with cases rising by more than 10,000.
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Seven people have now died of the mutation.
Mr Johnson is standing firm on no lockdown before Christmas.
However, it’s believed he briefed his Cabinet this weekend on the possibility of firmer restrictions after December 25.