MP who sexted a teen concerned that Labour doesn’t represent him

Wilson Belshaw

Simon Danczuk – the MP who’s famous for sexting a teenager – has left the Labour Party. And he’s cut his membership card in half.

Why? Because the pompous, non child-sexting communists who run the party do not represent him anymore!

Appropriate adult

Rochdale is, unfortunately, famous for a child abuse scandal.

Danczuk – the MP for Rochdale – is famous for sexting a teenager who originally contacted him in his capacity as an MP.

If you’d ever worked with vulnerable teens, you’d know that a situation where a person in a position of power forms a relationship with a teenager who contacted them because of that position is known as an:

ABUSE OF POWER.

A technical term for what most people would avoid by using:

COMMON SENSE.

Or:

NOT BEING A FUCKING SCUMBAG.

Representation

As Danczuk has actually done extensive work on abuse, he definitely both knows and understands why his actions were wrong.

And yet he stayed in his position anyway. Claiming his MP’s salary. Understanding that he, as a man who behaved inappropriately with a teen, is INCAPABLE of healing the damage done in Rochdale by the child abuse scandal. Knowing full well that, if anything, he’s a detriment. A fistful of salt being thrown into a still open wound.

But now – sadly – the Labour Party NO LONGER REPRESENTS HIM!

Oh dear!

Heaven fucking forbid!

We can only hope that the door doesn’t hit his arse on his way out.

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