Hey, everyone! There’s a leadership contest in a (still, just about) right of centre party, and you know what that means! Huge numbers of MSM drones who’d rather drink battery acid than vote ‘leave’ rushing into print to tell conservatives who they should vote for.
Lest anyone still be tempted to listen to these tools, let review what’s happened to some of their other icons just in recent weeks:
Judging by the (non) success of Chuckup Ummah's bold new CuK/TIG/WTF Party, it looks like he may not be the British Obama after all. The slobbering coverage in the MSM was certainly Obamaesque, but it turns out they even let non-media people vote these days.
All those softball interviews on TV, and the only thing that got changed was the channel.
Meanwhile, lovable mockney Jamie Oliver’s restaurant empire has collapsed. It turns out the most popular thing people ordered in his restaurants was a taxi so they could go somewhere with decent food.
Once again, the MSM loved, loved, loved! his phony baloney LARPing as a rebel sticking it to The Man. Meanwhile, in the real world, people who have to pay for their meals with their own money don’t want to shell out three figures for bland food with a side order of pretentious posturing.
And then there’s Naomi Wolf, who's recently proven just why the phrase ‘feminist historian’ makes nearly as much sense as ‘vegetarian steak’. The MSM have spent years trying to convince us she is a great thinker, but it turns out that she doesn’t even understand that some technical terms don’t necessarily mean what you’d think they mean.
I’m sure someone tried to explain this to her, but she got all in his face when he used the phrase 'laymen’s terms’ instead of 'layperson's'.
To the point, all three of these frauds were hailed by the MSM as iconoclastic thought leaders shaking up the squares and all three, in their various ways, turned out to be losers. There's a lesson in there if the Tories wish to learn it.
Or not as the case may be.