Everyone is sharing this one thing Theresa May doesn't want you to see
With an election on the way, people are on the lookout for gaffes and terrible/unpopular opinions from party leaders.
There's Tim Farron, seen here on Channel 4 News dodging the question of whether homosexuality is a sin...
This is embarrassing, Tim Farron seems more like a vicar off Coronation Street than a political party leader... pic.twitter.com/6A9b4u9kVt— Richard (@richtard) April 18, 2017
(It's 2017 by the way, Tim)
Tim Farron on C4 news failing to clarify his views on the gay community. 'We're all sinners'.— Sue Perkins (@sueperkins) April 18, 2017
...Or Corbyn's own MPs refusing to endorse him...
Gisela Stuart MP refuses to endorse her own leader Jeremy Corbyn for Prime Minister on #R4Today, suggests PM better to deliver Brexit!— Vincent McAviney (@Vinny_LBC) April 19, 2017
... people are sharing political fuck-ups from all parties at the moment, and it doesn't make for pretty reading.
But the thing that has been shared most far and wide so far in this election season, isn't a gaffe or mistake. It's Theresa May's own voting record. And it makes for even grimmer reading.
i'll post theresa mays voting record several times a day in the run up to the general election and i want you to retweet every time ok pic.twitter.com/d5nzqsk5EX— the devil (@helenacelle) April 18, 2017
Along with ensuring that public bodies no-longer have to actively try to reduce inequality, she also voted against the right for gay couples to adopt. Twice.
Her record is being shared far and wide, and a lot of people haven't liked what they've seen of her voting records on gay rights.
You can find her full voting record here:
You can find Jeremy Corbyn's here: https://www.theyworkforyou.com/mp/10133/jeremy_corbyn/islington_north
And Tim Farron's here:
You can't find Nigel Farage or Paul Nuttal, as he has never been an MP.