Hunt For Leaker After Jeremy Corbyn’s Meal For Nine

Allies of Jeremy Corbyn are hunting a mole among friends of the ex-Labour leader after the emergence of a photograph showing him breaking coronavirus constraints.

Jeremy Corbyn has been mortified by a picture of him at an assemblage of nine people, violating the rule of six that is written in law, which was squealed to a news outlet on Tuesday night.

Publication of the photo started a quest for the turncoat among the seven friends of Jeremy Corbyn who were at the dinner bash, which he attended with his wife, Laura Alvarez.

But to be honest, how can you punish Jeremy Corbyn and not Dominic Cummings?

The SNP politician is different, she knew that she had symptoms and then tested positive, yet still chose to travel, and for that, she needs to be sacked as an MP and prosecuted.

However, this speaks volumes about Dominic Cummings that had to drive that distance to find someone willing to care for his son, when most children make friends and develop support networks close to where they live.

But it appears that everyone is dishonest and complicit in this Government, no matter who they are, they simply don’t care who they hurt along the way, and they don’t seem to care what laws they break, as long as they’re doing it to serve themselves.

And now Jeremy Corbyn’s at it – undoubtedly, he believes he’s above the law as well, but they will all have blood on their hands and everyone knows it, but let’s hope he doesn’t lose a loved one or his own life due to such selfishness.

But it seems that our Government, Conservative and Labour are making a pig’s ear of it and they seem to be customising the rules, and they can because they’ve been applied so erratically.

However, the only thing that these rules do is confer control over our lives through a Government that is incompetent and I’m not going to defend either of them because it seems they all have hatred for the average person.

And you know Jeremy Corbyn’s a hypocrite when he said he was going to go after billionaires, but multi-millionaires are okay, considering he’s worth three million pounds (Last Updated: 10.03.20).

It would appear that one thing that politicians of all parties seem to share is that it’s one rule for them and another for us ordinary folk, but then they expect us to vote for them.

I would love to condemn Jeremy Corbyn so that I could point the finger at him and laugh – he knew he was disobeying the rules and therefore he should expect the same focus and condemnation as Dominic Cummings did.

He shouldn’t have done it and now it’s been leaked and they’re trying to find the mole when Jeremy Corbyn is the one that should be disciplined, not the mole, although this so-called mole shouldn’t have been at the gathering either, and whoever took the photograph must have been at the gathering as well.

It just seems that the whole of our Government is complicit – perhaps they should be sent to a re-education centre so that they can learn about the rules the rest of us peasants have to obey.

Published by Angela Lloyd

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