So what’s hot, and what’s not, in the past week’s blogging? Here are the six most popular posts on Zelo Street for the past seven days, counting down in reverse order, because, well, I have clear-out stuff to do later. So there.deeply unpleasant “executive editor” denied the Byline Investigates claim that he “fronted up” Phillip Schofield before the latter came out as gay. Then he deleted his denials. Hmmm.
5 Trump Fans Discover Coronavirus Is Real Those supporters of Combover Crybaby Donald Trump who dismissed the Covid-19 threat stopped doing so when some of them fell ill. With what looks like Covid-19.
4 Trevor Phillips Doth Protest Too Much Trev went blubbing to the Murdoch press after the Labour Party suspended his membership over claims of anti-Muslim bigotry. His problem is that the evidence is both overwhelming, and compelling.
3 Boris Throws The Elderly Under The Bus They voted for him in their hundreds of thousands. Now he tells them that, most likely, hundreds of thousands of them will die.
2 Harry Hoax - Who Paid For It? The Murdoch Sun appears to have secured the rights to the recordings made by two Russian hoaxers. And Prince Harry is suing the same paper over phone hacking. I wonder if the two are in any way connected?
1 Dominic Raab Is Also Unwell The senior minister self-isolating over possibly contracting Covid-19 is … SNIFF! COUGH! HONK!
And that’s the end of another blogtastic week, blog pickers. Not ‘arf!