Pathetic, snide and feeble Starmeroids – but happily there are usually receipts
Keir Starmer’s latest attempt to smear his far more worthy predecessor has consisted of his team briefing their media allies that Corbyn left the leader of the opposition (LOTO) office strewn with an unholy mess – with even mention of an abandoned sleeping bag thrown in for lurid measure – for Starmer to deal with when he took over.
But there are usually receipts and this case is no exception. Former Corbyn scriptwriter Alex Nunns has pointed out that he took a picture of the LOTO office late on Corbyn’s last day as leader – and it shows that the immaculately neat reality is very far away from the fevered smearings of the Starmeroids:
Starmer’s minions also tried to make a thing of a bin containing shredded documents – but as Nunns rightly points out, they are only smearing the parliamentary cleaning crew, who were not allowed to come in because of the coronavirus lockdown:
Keir Starmer and the Labour right: petty, vindictive, pathetically feeble and unconcerned about truth if it suits their purposes to lie.
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