Watch: Zac Goldsmith’s Campaign Is “Beneath Contempt”
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Owen Jones has described Zac Goldsmith as being “beneath contempt” for running a “dog whistle” campaign based on anti-Muslim prejudices.
The political commentator says Goldsmith has become one of the “most loathed Conservative politicians in the country” for crude racial profiling and linking Sadiq Khan with radicals and extremists.
He points out that even right-wing journalist Peter Oborne has decided to switch sides, describing Goldsmith’s campaign for mayor as “the most repulsive I have ever seen as a political reporter”.
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