Twitter tars and feathers Prince Harry for his condescending UN speech against America: ‘Go home, little boy’
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Conservative Twitter users ripped Prince Harry after the British royal gave a condescending speech destroying the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade at a UN summit on Nelson Mandela International Day.
During Monday’s speech, Harry appeared to take aim at Conservative politics. He claimed that “the rollback of constitutional rights in the United States”, in addition to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, represents a “global assault on democracy and freedom”.
Considering that Harry and his wife, actress Meghan Markle, champion progressive causes, the implication in his speech appeared to refer to the Supreme Court’s abortion ruling Dobbs v. Jackson.
Tories online have read between the lines and reminded Prince Harry of exactly what Americans think about British involvement in their politics.
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Conservative columnist Eddie Zipperer chided the prince, tweeting “If you owe everything in life to the title of nobility bestowed on you at birth, you should feel free not to lecture anyone about the democracy and freedom.”
British journalist and former Margaret Thatcher aide Nile Gardiner has accused Harry of promoting propaganda at the behest of his wife. He wrote: “Prince Harry is increasingly a spokesperson for Meghan Markle’s far-left political activism. A sad decline for a once hugely popular figure. He is actively undermining the British monarchy by engaging in political attacks and damaging the image of the royal family in America.”
“Go home, little boy,” American Greatness senior member Ned Ryun wrote.
UFC fighter Tim Kennedy highlighted the irony of Prince Harry’s speech, tweeting, “A British royal prince is telling Americans they should be unarmed…” He included a GIF of the main character of The Office, Michael Scott, laughing.
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Jerusalem Post editor Lahav Harkov reminded the British royal that they had no right to condemn the United States. .
Conservative commentator Allie Beth Stuckey joked, “I want to live in the fictional world the libs think exists, in which a global right-wing movement is strategically and successfully dismantling everything dear to the left. If only.”
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Author and lawyer Ilya Shapiro also couldn’t help but slam Harry, tweeting: “1. Why is he talking at the UN? 2. Why is he talking anywhere on something he knows nothing about? 3. Maybe he should just stick to Nazi cosplay.”
Conservative author Nick Adams was not amused by the prince’s tweet. He remarked: “The only place Prince Harry should be a keynote speaker is at an international beta male convention. What a complete, total low testosterone loser.”