Yet more evidence of Corbyn’s mass appeal in the face of media smears and claims of unpopularity
The Establishment media continues to push a narrative of Jeremy Corbyn’s supposed unpopularity with the public – apart from a very rare slip recently when the BBC’s paper review showcased an admission that the public ‘love him wherever he goes’.
But as polling day in the general election nears, the signs of Corbyn’s mass appeal are coming thick and fast – ‘rock-star’ welcomes in each place he visits on the campaign trail and an enormous crowd giving him a spine-tingling reception in Bristol on Monday.
And tonight saw at least two additions to the ‘Love for Corbyn’ library.
At a Libertines gig in Manchester, the huge audience broke into a spontaneous chant of the famous ‘Oh Jeremy Corbyn’ when the lead singer said ‘Don’t let it be the Tories.
And at Liverpool’s European football match in Salzburg, the whole contingent of travelling fans made themselves heard above the home supporters and the commentators with the same refrain:
Corbyn is coming.
Johnson is falling apart.
No wonder the smears get more desperate daily.
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