June 23rd, 2014

Twitter Bitch Fight of (Last) Week: Mensch v Breitbart

Bit late to this one, again from Twitter Bitch Fight favourite, Louise Mensch, treating us to a classic Friday evening spat.

Taking exception to James Delingpole’s defence of her former parliamentary colleague Michael Fabricant that morning on Breitbart London, the Stateside social media favourite, once a vocal supporter of the up-and-coming website, trained her fire on its Managing Editor, former pal Raheem Kassam.

Seconds out.

Play nicely…


6 Comments

  1. 1
    Tim Yeo-Yo says:

    Why doesn’t she just fuck off for good?

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    • 6
      Honki says:

      Despising Yasmin Alibaba isn’t misogyny – her sex has nothing to do with it.
      It’s her fuckwit anti-white racism that’s the problem.

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  2. 2
    Alas, Poor Albion says:

    If Mensch doesn’t like it, I’m all for it. Hurrah for Breitbart, Fabricant, Delingpole, and everyone who punctures the inflated, self-elected windbags who dare to tell us what to think.

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  3. 3
    Keyser Snoozey says:

    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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  4. 4

    The paucity if comment on this post speaks volumes that everyone has forgotten about mensch .

    The Ms Rococos of politics .

    Who if anyone was she ?
    Yesterday s oily fish and chip paper.

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  5. 5
    Honki says:

    The UKIP of sites?

    Must be jolly good then.

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