I was expelled from UKIP, the United Kingdom Independence Party, during my candidacy as a prospective Member of Parliament for West Lancashire for my audacity to question the loyalty to Britain of a local Jewish Labour MP.
My forthright decision to call Luciana Berger out for blatant treachery resulted in my being removed from the party just one week prior to the 2015 General Election.
In fact, my dastardly Tweet was so egregious an abuse that UKIPs leader, Mr Farage himself, felt compelled to hold a live nationally televised press conference on ITV to tell Britain how sorry he was that such a racist individual had slipped through the cracks of his partys most stringent vetting process.
Not only was I an embarrassment to the party and the fine people that had dedicated their time to the cause, I was to be removed effective immediately for daring to tell the truth to the people I was genuinely fighting to represent in Parliament.
I was then catapulted into the British National Party, for whom I would serve as the partys main spokesman for several months, hosting a programme on the BNPs (now nearly defunct) online television channel entitled Sen on the Streets. In the bi-weekly programme Id wander about Merseyside asking Brits whether or not they were happy with the country being overrun by Third World migrants, inhumanely butchered Halal and Kosher meat being successfully passed off as British meat in neighbourhood…