Guido has spent the afternoon in the strange vortex that is the Andy Burnham online fandom. And it was really, really weird.
There’s the usual fan art:
Which starts to get a bit weird…
And then there is this:
A rabbit talking about crashing Liz Kendall’s party and smashing up the Westminster bubble with baseball bats. Still with us?
Then there are the sexual fantasies…
If you though the Mili-fandom was weird, spend 20 mins searching Andy Burnham on Tumblr…
Burnham’s online ‘Fandies‘ are deserting the Labour ‘frontrunner’ for Jeremy Corbyn after last night’s cynical, opportunistic welfare vote positioning:
He’s lost the battle, will he lose the war?
UPDATE: Corbyn’s odds have improved overnight:
The ‘below the line’ anonymongs who spend their days trying to post comments on Guido about David Cameron’s sexuality, Muslims, nonces, Muslim nonces and how the whole world is biased against, or in favour, of UKIP, now have a new outlet for their wild rantings.
Parliament has launched a petition site to which the government must respond after just 10,000 names.
Troll away here.
Guido is not sure they have really thought this one through…
Since when do Gov.uk do funnies in their press releases?
Guido for one welcomes our new punning overlords…
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Despite Harriet Harman’s promise that Labour aren’t “afraid” to allow Joe Public a vote in their leadership contest…
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