Chris Froome's wife Michelle brands Muslims "a drain on modern society" and "not compatible with modern civilization" in shocking Twitter rant

The wife of the legendary Chris Froome, Michelle has sensationally made social media headlines this Monday by launching into a shocking rant on her official X (Twitter) account.

In the wake of pro-Palestinian activists calling for "more protests than ever" against the team Froome plies his trade for nowadays, Israel - Premier Tech, Michelle took to her social media to vent her frustrations in such a manner that upon first glance, looked almost certain to be the result of a hacking. According to Cycling Weekly however, they reached out to Chris Froome who did not deny his wife was the one to have written the inflammatory comments.

"First they’ll come for Israel, then the rest of the world. Be warned.. it doesn’t end here. I support Israel. I support my Israeli and Jewish friends. Return the hostages and stop trying to extort money out of the world for your luxury villas in Qatar. We see you," Michelle Froome writes. "I’m sick of sitting idly by quietly supporting Israel while the Hamas propaganda takes over social media. Enough is enough! The silent majority needs to stand up and be heard. We don’t want your religion, we don’t want your beliefs. It is not compatible with modern civilization."

"Muslims are no longer the minority they claim to be. They are here to take over. The UK, France, they are happy to claim the benefits but will not integrate into those communities. They will continue to TAKE what suits them. They are a drain on modern society," she continues. "It’s time people stop pandering to the political correctness. It’s all a facade. They burned babies alive. They deserve no remorse what so ever. This is just the beginning. WAKE UP."

The Israel - Premier Tech team have already removed all mention of Israel from their team bus due to the ongoing conflict and the threat of protests as a "precautionary measure."

Cycling Weekly also reached out to the Israel - Premier Tech team for a comment about Michelle Froome's tweets. "Any comments or beliefs made public by third parties associated with the team’s riders or staff do not represent Israel–Premier Tech, its team members, or its partners," responded a team's spokesperson.

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