Exclusive Video: Wogistan MP Richard Prosser says he is sorry

Richard Prosser apparently says he’s sorry:

NZ First MP Richard Prosser has apologised for the lack of balance in his column calling for Muslim men to be banned from Western airlines – but has ruled out standing down.

Prosser, 45, penned a provocative column for Investigate magazine entitled Enemy of the State, after his pocket penknife was confiscated at Christchurch Airport.

“If you are a young male, aged between, say, about 19 and about 35, and you’re a Muslim, or you look like a Muslim, or you come from a Muslim country, then you are not welcome to travel on any of the West’s airlines . . .” he wrote. 

He also made reference to “a sorry pack of misogynist troglodytes from Wogistan”.

Prosser this morning released a statement “unreservedly” apologising.

He said he deeply regretted any embarrassment caused by his comments.

“I accept that I impugned many peaceful law-abiding Muslims, and to them I unreservedly apologise.”

That is just gutless. What is he apologising for? He said it, he planned it, he meant it, now he is just a coward for not standing by what he said. Pathetic…flip flopping politicians can’t be trusted.

Here is the exclusive video if Richard Prosser apologising.


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