Jean from Shrewsbury defended Theresa May for threatening to withdraw Britain from parts of the European Convention on Human Rights after the Manchester and London terror attacks.
Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live Jean argued Human Rights only apply to people who act like they are human beings.
She said: “When I heard what Theresa May is now proposing, I thought well that is good.
“It isn’t just on deportation, there are certain things under the laws of human rights that you can’t do.
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Jean blasted claims terrorists have Human Rights in a fiery rant on BBC 5live
“I don’t think you can just tip someone off, you can’t just go and arrest them unless you’ve got a reason for arresting and holding them.
“You could make the holding time longer so you can question them. I get very cross, I knew people would start saying ‘oh but you know everyone has their human rights’.
“Well I can think certain people don’t even act like human beings, so why should they even have human rights?
“I applaud Theresa May for having decided to do something and I get very angry when something – I knew this would be jumped on.”
Why should they even have human rights?
Jean from Shrewsbury
On Tuesday evening, the Prime Minister warned she was prepared to rip up Human Rights Laws to ensure that terrorism suspects can be deported or have their freedom curbed.
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Speaking to a rally of Tory supporters in Slough, Berkshire, Mrs May said: “We should make it easier for the authorities to deport foreign terror suspects to their own countries.
“We should do even more to restrict the freedom and the movements of terrorist suspects when we have enough evidence to know they present a threat, but not enough evidence to prosecute them in full in court.
“If human rights laws get in the way of doing these things, we will change those laws to make sure we can do them.”
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Police have raided a block of flats in Barking in connection with last night's London Bridge terror attack.
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As police continue their investigations following the June 3 terror attacks, a block of flats in Barking is raided for possible suspects
She added: “If I am elected as Prime Minister on Thursday, I can tell you that this vital work begins on Friday.”
Mrs May also said much more has to be done to take own the ideology that unites and motivates the perpetrators of these attacks.
She added: “We need to get international agreements to regulate cyberspace and stop terrorist planning online.
“We need to stamp out extremism in our own communities, here in Britain.
“And in light of the changing and increasingly complex threat, we need to make sure that the police and security and intelligence agencies have the powers they need.”
Mr Corbyn came out in opposition to Theresa May’s pledge to review legislation in the battle against terror.
He said: "we will always keep the law under review, but don't believe would-be terrorists and suicide bombers will be deterred by longer sentences or restricting our rights at home."