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Blocked by Nuttall

Matthew Steeples celebrates getting blocked by Paul Nuttall on Twitter

 

When someone blocks you on Twitter, you know you’ve won. In the past, I’ve been cut off by an array of ‘delights’ ranging from the sofa loving sad sack Sir Christopher Meyer to the foaming-at-the-mouth firebrand George Galloway. Others joining that list include the blubbing blogger Jack Monroe and the pugnacious poet Pam Ayres, but the ultimate honour was bestowed yesterday when UKIP’s leader Paul Nuttall stopped me seeing his tweets.

 

In spite of offering much criticism of Nuttall’s predecessor during his tenure in the same position, Nigel Farage never blocked me and in carrying out such action Britain’s ‘King of Fake News’ – a man whose own website carried an invented stories about his involvement in the Hillsborough disaster – only confirms that he and his Kippers can’t take criticism and they can’t deal with debate. No wonder they’re about to face the chop.

 

#UKIPisOver

 

 Blocked by Nuttall – Paul Nuttall blocks Matthew Steeples on Twitter

5 COMMENTS

  1. Paul Nuttall is trash!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! He is not nearly capable of stepping into the shoes of the hero of the age Nigel Farage – a man who helped the true hero Donald Trump MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Britain does not need Nuttall, it needs the maker of GREAT BRITAIN GREAT AGAIN Teresa May!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Rock on, Matthew. More power to your elbow. Power to the people. And any other hackneyed cliches phrases you can think of to show we want you to keep on doing what you’re doing.

  3. Can’t BELIEVE you’ll not be having many a sleepless night about being blocked by this idiotic mental and social cripple……..(!) HA! HA! HA!

  4. P Nutter is a political irrelevance. The problem is that even serious media covers him, as they do the activities of the equally irrelevant and despicable Tony , whose intervention in the Brexit debate is nothing more than a pathetic attempt to get back to the limelight he devours so greedily…
    (I checked with Einstein: since light is not only a wave, but also composed of particles, you can ‘devour’ it…)

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