...They didn't say anything about inflamma-laboury rhetoric.
Apparently, Nigel Farage, Katie Hopkins and the Daily Mail are all responsible for some tool going crazy with his van, but the Guardian is just practicing responsible journalism when it comes out with stuff like this:
The family of a man who died following his arrest in London last week have demanded answers after the police watchdog said a postmortem contradicted their claim that he suffered a series of severe injuries.So the evidence proves that they're lying liars, who lied, but the Guardian still makes them out to be concerned seekers after justice?
It's not even as if the left can claim not to understand the implications of what they're doing:
The watchdog said it was releasing those details because it was concerned about the “rapid spread of false and potentially inflammatory information” online about Da Costa’s condition.I'd say we passed 'potentially inflammatory' sometime ago....
Then again, you can't say there isn't an element of poetic justice here: while the Guardian is trying to whip up an anti-police mob with phony baloney atrocity stories, the Filth themselves know who the real enemy is: losers on Facebook.