Sinister events have unfolded in the last couple of hours with the appearance of a Daily Mail reporter on the doorstep of the well-known Labour campaigner known as “Rachael Swindon”.
The reporter, who once had curry thrown in his face by Russell Brand for “bothering me mum”, first appeared at few week’s ago at the address recently vacated by Rachael and her family, asking questions of former neighbours.
He turned up at their new address – which is not listed in the phone directory – late this afternoon. Finding the family out, he went to the neighbouring houses and seemed put out that she was not home.
When the ‘Swindons’ returned, he pursued Rachael across the road, shouting her name. When she refused to talk her husband Jon eventually talked to him outside the house.
Jon, who is not a particular Corbyn fan, was questioned about his voting habits – still Labour – before Rachael eventually talked to the reporter for a few minutes.
Rachael ‘Swindon’ has been ranked as one of the most important and effective political campaigners on social media, because of a quick wit and a skill with hard-hitting memes. She has been the target of significant malicious activity, including a number of attempts by fake accounts to pass themselves off as her and mislead.
She has routinely been smeared by Tory supporters and so-called ‘centrists’, who refuse to believe that a woman who wasn’t deeply into politics in 2015 could be enthused by Labour’s leader and become a key political campaigner – which says more about their own lack of vision and political passion than anything.
A persistent rumour has been that ‘she’ is in fact ‘he’ – a presumption steeped in misogyny that she disproved recently by publishing a video of her Labour membership card, in which she talked about the rumours to put them to rest.
More information will follow when Rachael has had chance to regroup after a traumatic and unpleasant experience with sinister undertones.
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