Have/want none of it/that - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
have/want none of it/that
have none of it/that
To refuse to accept something or to not want any involvement with something. Mom is having none of that lame story that the dog broke the vase—she knows you did it.
want none of it/that
To not want any involvement with something. For someone who claims to want no part in the corruption that has plagued the administration, he sure knows a lot about it.
have/want ˈnone of it/that (informal) refuse to do, become involved in, accept or agree to something: She wants me to work late again this week but I’m having none of it. I’ve told her I won’t do it. ♢ The management has offered a 3% pay rise but the workers want none of it. They’re demanding a 10% increase.