George Galloway laid into "wally" Owen Smith in his weekly monologue this evening, saying Jeremy Corbyn would have been destroyed had he made the comments put forward by Smith this week.
Smith, the Labour leadership challenger, was heavily criticised for suggesting talks with Isis might be an option.
However George suggested that, had Labour leader Corbyn made the same remarks, he'd have been "swamped in a tidal wave of derision and condemnation" and wouldn't be a candidate.
He went on to discuss dangerous dogs, and finished off with a bit of Donald Trump.
Listen to his full monologue at the top of the page.