Mail on Sunday columnist publishes lies about Labour anti-Semitism. Surprised?

Dan Hodges once tried to attack This Writer on Twitter. That didn’t get very far either.
He’s an inconsequential gossip with a salary far beyond his ability. This Zelo Street article nails him:
Dan brought forth his latest Meisterwerk for the MoSunder the title “‘All the hopey, changey stuff can be junked’: Corbyn’s inner circle is now taking aim at Labour moderates”. It is? “‘The Corbynites are really coming for us,’ one Labour MP told me grimly. ‘There’s nothing to stop them”. Sounds serious.
Another Labour MP put it more graphically. Or cinematically. ‘The White Walkers have arrived,’ he said – a reference to the rapacious undead army from Game Of Thrones”. Dan loves his undead references – who can forget his imploring Labour to “Kill Vampire Jezza”? Not that he’s inciting violence, you understand – only the rotten lefties do that.
But then Hodges gets too far ahead of himself and emerges from the experience with trousers well ablaze, and as so often with his recent outpourings, what trips him up is the claim that Labour has suddenly come over all anti-Semitic. One example from his column today illustrates the willingness to dispense with the facts in order to pull the smear.
A graphic recent example of [Corbyn supporters’ tactics] occurred in Haringey, where a routine motion sponsored by the UN condemning anti-Semitism became the subject of a stormy protest in which one Jewish councillor was spat on, and others were shouted down and threatened with political retribution”. How many whoppers there?
One, there was no UN sponsored motion. Two, the motion was not condemning anything. Three, no-one, and certainly not a Jewish councillor, was spat on. And four, the claim of others plural being threatened is not true, either.

Source: Zelo Street: Dan Hodges Labour Lies BUSTED

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2 thoughts on “Mail on Sunday columnist publishes lies about Labour anti-Semitism. Surprised?

  1. Roland Laycock

    There should be no parts of the Labour party with vested interests, only interest should be for the better of the UK and its people and as a government should not be supplying weapons to any regime for the subversion of people, all this antisemitism is just a tool to attack and weaken the party

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