‘Journalist’ Dan Hodges has an unmatched track record in getting it wrong, as author Alex Nunns has hilariously pointed out.
But on Sunday he set a trap for himself that was so beautifully sprung by the person he was attempting to belittle that Nunns himself had to concede he had been outdone in terms of ‘owning’ the hapless Hodges.
Hodges, being his usual unpleasant self, was busy maligning various people when Maxim Lundlack-Orr challenged him – and Hodges ploughed straight in with his usual aplomb:
The Board of Deputies of British Jews, to be precise.
Nunns was gracious in defeat:
Adding to the hilarity is the fact that Hodges could have quietly answered the question himself, rather than set himself up for a pratfall. Lundlack-Orr’s status as a representative is there for all to read on his Twitter profile.
So rather than blunder on to ask publicly what leadership position Mr Lundlack-Orr holds, he could have made a single click and read this:
But he didn’t. The rest is now history. Hilarious, hilarious history.
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