No, he still doesn't look scary
Pollard, whose journalistic pursuits include hiring himself out to the Express as part of the convocation of useful idiots pretending that new EU-wide standards for vacuum cleaners would be a hindrance to efficiency, rather than the obvious (it will drive it), has decreed that there were seven questions that Corbyn MUST answer. The Corbyn camp duly answered all seven questions. This gave “Vicky” a problem.
Yeah but he had answered all seven questions, but no but “Vicky” still wasn’t happy. So he decreed “Lots of tweets say Corbyn answered our questions so we should now leave alone - as if journalists must accept first answer they're given!” No but he still wasn’t satisfied, so yeah but there would be more questions. Perhaps. And there would be yet more spin, because some Jewish voices were not happy with his approach.
“Your assertion that your attack on Jeremy Corbyn is supported by ‘the vast majority of British Jews’ is without foundation … There is something deeply unpleasant and dishonest about your McCarthyite guilt by association technique. Jeremy Corbyn’s parliamentary record over 32 years has consistently opposed all racism including antisemitism”. Quite.
Instead, “Vicky” Pollard Tweeted happily that “I think I'm prouder of receiving this open letter than of any other I've ever had. All the country's leading loons”. The use of the term “loon” is straight out of the playbook of Fox News Channel (fair and balanced my arse). And it’s telling that Pollard’s supporters include Alan Mendoza, of the increasingly right-leaning Henry Jackson Society, telling “More like a bunch of has-beens and never-will-bes. What a desperate stunt for some publicity for flagging careers”.