An activist who posed with leading Tory Jacob Rees-Mogg is being investigated by party bosses over alleged racism.
Katie Fanning, who posted a pre-lockdown snap with the “hero” Commons leader, has been suspended while they look into apparently sick remarks on her Facebook page.
In them, Black Lives Matter protesters are branded “terrorists”.
One post read: “British military – time for a take over of parliament and to send the army in to shoot the foreign invaders, I think neutron bombs or possible a new virus that target specific people would be a good start.”
Another said: “No wonder all the countries where most of these BLM terrorists come from are third world s**t holes if this is the kind of people they are.
“Think we should send them back to their respective s**t holes to go act like animals outside civilised society.”
Neither Mr Rees-Mogg nor Tory MP Andrew Bridgen, whom she was pictured with last year, endorse these views.
When asked for a comment, her Facebook page said she welcomed articles about her “racist” stance calling them “free advertising to direct people towards what I wish to say”.
A source said Mr Rees-Mogg did not know Fanning.
A Conservative spokesman said: “Katie Fanning is suspended, pending the outcome of an ongoing investigation.”