In the latest anti-Rangers attack (bewilderingly absent following Celtic’s violent protests and their Dubai shambles or even the Aberdeen 8) Humza Yousaf had this to say in Parliament:
Now, where was this kind of talk when his beloved Celtic’s fans were assaulting the police and their manager?
James Dornan’s outrageous hypocrisy went further:
And yet said not a peep about the same Celtic disgrace in November. Or Dubai.
The comments this has led to in Parliament, none of which have ever referred to the Green Brigade’s pro IRA stuff or aforementioned fan misconduct definitely picks out Rangers and Rangers alone.
While our club is starting to root itself back into the summit of Scottish football, unfortunately the anti-Rangers aspect of politics in this country has entrenched itself in parliament over the past decade even further.
We don’t care if they’re SNP, Green, Labour, Tory – if they’re attacking our club they’re the enemy, and the current incumbents do exactly that.
This is not to say we don’t have issues; we do. But the fact is only our issues get highlighted at this level, in this country never anyone else’s.
Expect more of this hypocrisy in the coming weeks.