Lee Anderson’s latest nonsense is destroyed in one tweet

Last Updated: February 16, 2023By Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Lee Anderson (right), with his hero.

The Leeanderthal has struck again!

Death-penalty-demanding Tory deputy chairman Lee Anderson is already known to have lied in a video ostensibly showing him persuading a voter to abandon their allegiance to another party and vote for him and the Conservatives (in reality, it was a personal friend who was going to vote for Anderson anyway).

Here are a few more of his personal gaffes, but we’re concentrating on dishonesty for now.

Now he has taken to Twitter to put up a few amazing assertions that Russ ‘The Week In Tory’ Jones took apart in just 35 words.

Anderson wrote: “In the 70s working 7 days a week down t’pit my dad grew veg and kept chickens in our garden. That was our foodbank.”

Mr Jones responded as follows:

Of course, it’s possible to argue that Anderson’s dad didn’t live in a council house, or that it was possible to keep chickens and grow vegetables in whatever garden was available, depending on the rules of the council that owned the house.


This is ’30p Lee’ tweeting this stuff. Without proof either way, our logical reaction has to be that it is nonsense. And he shouldn’t be bringing his dad into his political rants.

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