Out there on the fringes of right-wing punditry, one-man Pirandello show Darren Grimes, the character forever in search of an author, is struggling to remain relevant, despite knowing next to nothing about any subject requiring research which exceeds a cursory Google search. His latest wheeze is to attempt reinvention as an interviewer, and in pursuit of this new career direction quizzed Theresa May’s former éminence gris Nick Timothy.told her followers “Twitter's autocomplete on Liz Kendall MP. This is the sewer that is Jeremy Corbyn's support”. But what she had seen were suggestions based on her own search history. Even more recently, the perpetually thirsty Paul Staines went one better.told the Guido Fawkes blog late in 2016. Political Scrapbook had to point out “third-party ads are usually tailored to the reader’s own browsing history”, adding “This is better than the time Louise Mensch didn’t know how Twitter search worked”.
Darren Grimes may not be the epitome of pointlessness. But you can see it from there.