The UKIP leader Henry Bolton still backs her girlfriend, Jo Marney, despite all the racist comments she made about Prince Harry’s fiancée Meghan Markle, and black people. Her racist behavior has been criticized by British people. People called for his resignation. However, it didn’t affect the couple’s relationship.
— Jo Marney (@Jo_Marney) December 26, 2017
In his interview with RT’s talk show News Thing, the brazen Henry Bolton backed up her girlfriend and admitted that there are still “deep feelings there,” which caused people to show their rage against them.
I am calling for Henry Bolton to resign as UKIP leader . A quick resignation is now essential to allow the party to regroup and campaign properly for Brexit
— Bill Etheridge (@Billukip) January 14, 2018
In a message to her friend, Jo Marney said that Prince Harry’s fiancée, Meghan Markle’s “seed will taint our Royal Family.” Somewhere else she has also said that the royal relationship could lead to a “black king,” while she was complaining about the immigration and “not wanting other races and cultures to invade your own.”
She has made racist statements about black people too. She said that she would never have sex with a “negro” since they are “ugly”. “This is Britain, not Africa,” she added. Following the publication of the messages, Bolton broke off the relationship to save his own position in politics. But soon after a picture of them, traveling together, indicated the beginning of their relationship.
Bolton supported her girlfriend by saying that she’s not racist, but the messages were just “racist comments.” “I’ve said I don’t believe that they reflect her core beliefs,” he continued. All these are happening while UKIP is recently experiencing an upheaval. It caused a tumult among the MPs and government.
Go now @_HenryBolton
— Ben Walker (@BenWalkerFABS) January 13, 2018
MEP and UKIP member Bill Etheridge said “the time has come for Henry Bolton to resign as leader of UKIP. He must go, he must go quickly, he must go as quietly as possible.” “It appears to me that the lack of experience in politics from Henry has got the better of him,” he continued.