Fart in lift Inquiry papers over cracks
And, from the looks of it - the shonky grammar is a dead give-away, too - this task fell to the odious flannelled fool Henry Cole, whose enthusiasm clearly got the better of him. “Miliband Fakes Local Support on Own Leaflet” proclaimed the headline. Was any of the support described by the Fawkes folks faked? Well, no it wasn’t: all three individuals used in example are real people. So no faking was taking place.
Behold a stuffed shirt ...
First to pass before Cole’s examination is retired midwife Cynthia Bunting, of whom he asserts “That would be local party member Cynthia Bunting who helps organise and promote fundraisers for Ed in the constituency”. The link now brings up the Fawkes blog post: yesterday afternoon it linked to Doncaster local paper The Star, telling that she had attended a fundraising event. But evidence of being an organiser was there none.
... and behold his stuffed post
Three in a row? Why not, eh? Adam Davey, described as a “working Dad”, attracts the Cole ire too: “That would be local party supporter Adam Davey”. Of course he’s an intercoursing local party supporter, meathead, otherwise he wouldn’t be on the sodding leaflet. But for the third time, nothing to back up the claim that he is a “Labour Party organiser”. Those pants are now well ablaze.