How brilliant, I love this. There’s a Jeremy Corbyn Christmas single!!!
‘JC4PM for me’ with all profits going to @TrussellTrust
Please RT. pic.twitter.com/C7CKpBKuMS
— I was a JSA claimant (@imajsaclaimant) December 5, 2016
Corbynistas got mail this weekend from Crispin Flintoff, “JC4PM tour promoter/producer“, begging them to download Jezza’s Christmas single because it is struggling to make it into the charts at all let alone be the Christmas number one:
“As a means of getting the message across about Jeremy Corbyn being a popular man with credible and exciting policies, we have released a Christmas single ‘JC4PM for me’. Our aim is for it to hit the charts and we will then see if it will get airplay (it’s not at the moment).”
Do Corbynistas know it’s Christmas time at all?
It just had to be set to music…
The father of the tween cheerleaders whose “Donald Trump Jam” went viral is now suing Trump’s campaign over allegedly broken promises of compensation. Jeff Popick, who is also the USA Freedom Kids’ manager, protests:
“I’m not looking to do battle with the Trump campaign, but I have to show my girls that this is the right thing.”
The USA Freedom Kids are still performing in and around GOP events, including most recently in Cleveland. As they sing, “Deal from strength or get crushed every time…”
Mentions Hitler once a second in the first verse alone…
Relive all your favourite bits from the referendum in one handy video. Let’s hope we can add an alternative ending tomorrow…
Evergreen Pop Idol crooner Will Young is famous for hits like 2003’s “Leave right now”. It looks like he will be getting on Vote Leave’s bus on the Long and Winding Road when he takes over the big red battle bus later this week. Conspiratorial pro-Remain types needn’t have Suspicious Minds, though – Young isn’t going to Light Leave’s Fire – he’s just using the bus for his journey to Glastonbury on June 25. The singer won’t be making significant Changes, other than taking off all the Vote Leave stickers.
— Chris Gibson (@ChrisGibsonNews) June 20, 2016
Will has so far stayed out of the referendum. There’s still time to back Leave – Don’t Let me Down Will…