Keir Starmer: if you insist on copying Tory tactics you will get ridicule

Keir Starmer: shamed again.

This is poetic justice.

After his woeful performance on Piers Morgan’s Life Stories, fans of Keir Starmer tried to bolster his dwindling support by tweeting messages in his favour.

Unfortunately (for them), they all seem to have simply copied the same message (from Labour HQ?) and tweeted it.

It copies the classic “Tory bot campaign” tactic of trying to seem authentic by including spelling and grammar mistakes – but nobody was taken in.

Here’s the original (in two versions so you can see that they’re identical):

Now the fun begins:

And of course somebody had to post the ultimate insult:

Well done to everybody online for giving this daft trick the short shrift it deserves – and to Skwawkbox for bringing it to This Writer’s attention. There’s much more on that site: Lefties take the **** in fine style after Starmer fans found tweeting identical praise from presumed memo – SKWAWKBOX

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