Top Labour Figures Attend Rally of Suspended Members

Last night top Labour figures including Richard Burgon, Lara McNeil and Liam Young attended a ‘Standing With Corbyn’ Rally in Brighton. Ironically the speakers called for a “General Election Now” despite their dear leader repeatedly refusing to vote for one…

Pride of place in the front row of the pro-Jeremy Corbyn rally alongside those top Labour figures were a host of former members, expelled or suspended over alleged anti-Semitic incidents. Guido has helpfully listed them here…

  1. Daniel Harris, suspended over a video mocking Hanukkah
  2. Alex Braithwaite, suspended for sharing ‘abhorrent’ conspiracy posts
  3. Anne Mitchell, suspended over obsessive posts about Israel
  4. Rebecca Massey, partner of expelled Tony Greenstein, author of “antisemitic tweets”, and the reason Brighton Labour is officially barred from a Jewish Community Centre.
  5. Mel Melvin, expelled or suspended (Labour refuse to say which) over unhinged Israel conspiracy theories

Why do members of the Shadow Cabinet and Labour NEC keep bumping into these people..?

Liam Young Uses Parliamentary Pass to Flog His Book

Can’t fault the capitalist in Corbynista Liam Young, who is using the parliamentary pass awarded to him as a Labour adviser to get a load of lovely PR photos for his new book. The Speaker would usually take very unkindly to such a blatant attempt to profiteer from privileged access to the parliamentary estate, but Bercow’s a little busy at the moment…

Guardian Writer Working For Dent Coad

Barmy MP Emma Dent Coad has hired Guardian writer Liam Young to work in her parliamentary office, not that they mention that anywhere on his columns. Leftie scribe Young is also a columnist for the newspaper – so he has plenty of work on his plate. Would be more than a bit weird for the Mail, Sun or Telegraph to hire a paid-up Tory researcher as a columnist and not disclose their job to readers.

Also worth pointing out that Dent Coad’s daughter is still on the latest register of member’s staff (meaning she has a parliamentary pass). Despite the MP telling Guido the pass had been given up in November…

Crazy Corbynistas Claim Corbyn is Really the Prime Minister

As a sign of the ever-widening Corbynista detachment from reality, Jezza’s activist/journalist supporters are spreading the meme that he is in fact the Prime Minister. Guardian writer Abi Wilkinson says:

Abi’s mate Sam Kriss, the Vice journalist slash nutty far-left conspiracy theorist, reckons:

Liam Young, the New Statesman and Independent blogger and original Jez fanboy-cum-student-activist-journalist, thinks Corbyn is “certainly in power”:

Perhaps most hilariously of all, Red Pepper, the hard-left Corbyn supporting magazine, says Jez is the “People’s Prime Minister”:

Guys, Corbyn lost. By a distance. He came 64 seats short of winning. You know how Theresa May has just held a government reshuffle with appointments approved by the Queen? It’s because she is the Prime Minister.

The Prime Minister who forms a government after an election is by definition the “People’s Prime Minister”. That is how it works. More people voted for the Conservative Party than the Labour Party. Jezza’s fanboys and fangirls are living in an alternate reality…

Corbynistas Attack Watson in Murdoch Press

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Liam Young is one of Jeremy Corbyn’s main (only) media cheerleaders, you’ll often read him spinning for Jez in the Indy or New Statesman. Young has come to the Dear Leader’s aid once again with a coruscating attack on Tom Watson’s comments about Trot entryists. Under the headline “Tom Watson Needs to Stop Patronising Young People”, he seethes:

“Watson’s comments are part of a discourse which constantly tells young people they are disgraceful for not engaging with politics while simultaneously demeaning their views as worthless and implying they are naïve when they actually get involved. His suggestion that Trotskyite “old hands” are twisting the arms of young Labour supporters to move toward the “revolutionary road” to socialism is deeply offensive to the young Labour joiners who know exactly what they’re getting into, and are perfectly capable of sussing when they’re being manipulated. The main problem with Watson’s recent remarks is that he knows they are untrue.”

Miaow.

Watson will enjoy the irony that the article was published by Vice, which is part-owned by Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox. Corbynista Liam Young, another Murdoch stooge…

H/T Max Wind-Cowie

Corbyn Fanboy Liam Young on That YouGov Poll

Corbyn fanboy Liam Young writes in the Staggers following Labour’s poll lead with YouGov:

“It would appear that Christmas has come early for me… But we should not be too triumphalist in our assessment of the current situation… Perhaps I am too optimistic, but the early signs of possible victory appear to be emerging.”

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