Why Pamela Anderson Thinks Theresa May Is The Worst

The former Baywatch icon is pretty mad at the British PM...

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She's not happy with the British PM... Image Getty Images

Pamela Anderson had some harsh words for British Prime Minister Theresa May in her most recent blog post.

According to Pamela, Theresa is “the worst Prime Minister in living memory.” The former Baywatch star lists the various reasons why May hasn’t won her favour, including the recent events at Grenfell.

Though it seems the one issue that has her especially mad is the fact that May is allegedly keeping Anderson’s rumoured boyfriend Julian Assange “imprisoned” in London’s Ecuadorian embassy.

British authorities have stated that if Assange were to leave the building, he would be arrested and possibly extradited back to the United States to be put on trial for revealing national secrets.

Pamela Anderson Delivers Vegan Lunch To Julian Assange At The Ecuadorian Embassy
Pamela Anderson delivers lunch to Julian Assange/Getty Images

She writes in a post entitled Why My Heart Stands With Julian: “Theresa May, who is on her last legs. Theresa May of the Pyhrric victory. Theresa May, who won’t shake the hand of the victims of the Grenfell fire. Who doesn’t care about poor people. Who doesn’t care about justice or peace. Who doesn’t care about Julian.”

Assange’s asylum in the Embassy is inching closer to its five-year anniversary. It was reported that the WikiLeaks founder was due to make an important announcement regarding his stay there this week, an event that has since been postponed a day after Anderson’s online plea.

According to the buxom icon, there is no real reason why Assange shouldn’t be able to walk freely since Sweden has dropped its probe into sexual assault allegations brought against him.

She is reaching out to other world leaders to assist in her mission. Included in the list is Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn who she states “could and should be the next Prime Minister.”

She’s even offering her new French vegan restaurant to President Macron and his wife as a meeting place where they can ”eat good food and discuss what can be done for Julian.”

Okay, then.

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