Labour front-bencher has absolutely denied nonsensical claims
The abysmal bias of the corporate media – even under supposed general election rules of balance – has been exposed by a claim that Labour front-bencher Dan Carden stood, on a bus full of journalists, to sing disparaging lyrics about Jewish people to the tune of the Beatles’ ‘Hey Jude’.
Eyewitnesses on the bus have echoed Carden’s denial:
The claims were always unrealistic, given the setting in which the words were supposedly sung. Stretching charitability to its absolute limit, the claims are the idiocy of some southern corporate journalist failing to understand the Scouse accent in a noisy bus.
But Carden’s rational comment about the timing of the claims raises far more sinister possibilities.
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