The radio presenter slammed the idea that every one of the 17.4million people who voted to Leave, were to blame for the increased in hate crimes.
A majority of police forces in England and Wales saw record levels of hate crime in the first full three months since Britain voted to leave the European Union.
Following the EU referendum in June last year, 14,000 hate crimes were recorded between July and September.
However LBC host Dale went on a vicious tirade after suggestions were made that the people who voted for Brexit were to be blamed for the rise in hate crime.
Iain Dale fumed as Brexit voters were labelled as the cause for an increase in hate crime
He said: “It's been said in quite a lot of the media that it's down to all Brexit voters, we are all to blame, anyone who voted Leave is to blame for this rise in hate crimes. I absolutely reject that.
“I voted Leave, I didn't vote for anyone to commit hate crimes. Some people may use the Brexit referendum as an excuse but frankly they're mindless boneheads who do this.
“They do not do it in my name and they do not do it in the name of anyone who voted Brexit.”
The host continued with his rant where he discussed the figure, but added that when hate crimes are reported no evidence is needed.
Dale went on a furious rant bashing the idea that Leave voters were to blame for hate crimes
I didn't vote for anyone to commit hate crimes
Dale also covered what the hate crimes were, as no breakdown was provided with the figure.
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He fumed: “Is it somebody just being a bit rude to someone, because that can be classed as a hate crime.”
It has been reported that in 10 police forces the number of suspected hate crimes have increased by more that 50 per cent in relation to the previous three months.
However police did add that incidents have now levelled out after the summer's spike in hate crimes.
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The LBC host finished his angry blast by concluding that people who voted to Leave in the EU referendum in June last year should not be blamed.
He said: “I’m not seeking to minimise the importance of hate crimes. I wish we didn't have any hate crimes in this country.
“But to pretend we've only really had them against foreign people since the referendum is just completely spurious.
“To pretend that individual Leave voters as some people have done so on social media today, are all collectively responsible for this, I think is taking things rather too far.”