Horror of horrors, two women in a bar! How very dare they?

I’m grateful to Skwawkbox for having researched and written an article about last nights Parliamentary Labour Party meeting and the petulant squalling therein by the ‘right-whingers’ who keep trying to lose elections but complain when it happens.

Put your backbones into the campaigns, boys and girls! Then you might have something to complain about!

Anyway, thanks for writing the piece, Steve. It means I don’t have to – which is just as well, because I’ve already had a root canal.

Last night’s ‘outrage’ (read ‘petulance’) on the part of the right-wing elements of the PLP (Parliamentary Labour Party) said nothing about its targets and everything about the whiners whose ‘pet lip you could sit on’, as this writer’s old mother used to say.

Shadow Attorney General Shami Chakrabarti and Diane Abbott ‘offended’ the ‘right-whingers’ by going for a drink together rather than turn up to a non-event meeting to be bullied and abused. The horror of it. Two women, drinking.

Of course, when you look in more detail at what the complainers are ‘outraged’ about, it’s very clear that the real ‘sins’ the two women committed are rather different.

Source: #PLP #hissyfit over #Abbott/#Shami. Seems it’s ok to attack women, long as they’re of colour | The SKWAWKBOX

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