Esther McVey has just been owned by mental health charity Mind. People won’t take the lies any more

Esther McVey: She’ll lie to Parliament so you know she’ll lie to anybody else.

Conservatives like Esther McVey still haven’t got the message that we can tell when they are lying.

And I’m not referring to that old joke about their lips moving.

This time it was the mental health charity Mind that gave the game away, after Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey referred to that organisation in Parliament.

Here’s the Twitter thread the charity wrote the following day:

The charity concluded: “We need MPs to vote against these regulations which create a real risk for people with mental health problems. And we need as many people as possible to join us. Find out more about the campaign here >

Ms McVey is currently embroiled in a scandal over her apparent involvement in a dodgy-looking political campaigning organisation, as secretary. She denies any knowledge of it…

But who can believe her when she lies so blatantly – and stupidly – in Parliament?

That’s still an offence for which she should be expelled, by the way.

As for Mind: There’s a “curry and quiz” night at a local cafe on Friday. I think I’ll go along.

That organisation has earned our support, I think.

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13 thoughts on “Esther McVey has just been owned by mental health charity Mind. People won’t take the lies any more

  1. Jeffrey Davies

    Something is better than nothing from Paul farmer who runs this charity but it wasn’t that long ago it was participating in slaves stackers from the jcp and yes when their slave didn’t turn up ring ring hello this is the jcp hello our slave didn’t turn up today thus getting them sanctioned oh quaint nah they are part of this problem charities who walk the government talk

    1. Justin

      bonny no duplicitous or naïve no, horrible yes it was the only thing that I could think that was the opposite of bonny, a liar yes, awful yes,fake yes, unfit yes, a minister your having a laugh, perhaps she needs to join that loud mouth from Shipley that thinks whip’s don’t hurt horses and the pair of them could have a sponsored whipping by jockeys, then they could be useful, polish her nails tells so many lies she does not no what truth is, I t has become normalised behaviour, even Pinnochio cannot keep up and that is saying something

    2. John D. Ingleson

      If she’s so ‘naive’, then how come she constantly comes across as a stern school matron lecturing a bunch of unruly imbecile schoolkids? ‘You into the dominatrix side, or what? Should’a gone to Specsavers!

  2. Rik

    To be a good liar one has to have a bloody good memory . . .. unlike Patric Star (Spongebob) Thanks for all the good work you’ve done Mr Mike

  3. Michael McNulty

    Listening to heartless women like Esther McVey I can’t help thinking their lies will appeal to unpleasant men who four hundred years ago would have denounced them as witches.

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