I'm pretty sure that's been made abundantly clear has it not? Yes, you rushed to Johnson's defence over his negative joke at the expense of Muslim women who choose to wear the Burka, so I asked you if you would defend Jeremy Corbyn in the same way had he written a joke at the expense of Jews who choose to wear the Kippah. It's an obvious question to ask if as I did, you wish to determine if someone is acting in a tribal fashion based upon their bias, or if they are genuinely mounting a defence honestly and rationally. And given that it's a simple yes or no answer, it seems strange that you've had such difficulty in answering it. I'm not sure if that's your answer to the actual question I asked or not. If it is and you mean to say that you would defend Jeremy Corbyn in the manner that you've defended Johnson, then fair enough that's an honest and rational position; in which case by all means disregard my last sentence above and the rest of this response from now on. No one is deflecting from anything, I've merely asked you what your views are. I wasn't really interested in any video, my question was referencing something that you said, so I'm unsure why you would keep going on about a video instead of answering what was a rather simple question? Regardless, now that you've hinted as to what it was about, would I be correct in thinking that it demonstrates people:- 1. Defending their chosen leader unjustifiably for saying/doing something. 2. While condemning their opposition leader for doing the same thing. Forgive me, but that's precisely what my question was designed to ascertain; I wanted to know if that's something you were guilty of. I'm still not completely clear to be honest.