In calling the mendacious money motivated ‘MeGain’ Duchess of Sussex “ghastly” and “heavily criticising” ‘Randy’ Prince Andy, Piers Morgan has hit the nail bang on the head suggests Matthew Steeples
In a bit of boyish banter Jeremy Clarkson remarked of his on-off, friend-foe in December 2012: “Americans. It took us 40 years to get rid of Piers Morgan. Please don’t send him back.”
At the time, Clarkson was undoubtedly a national treasure in my view and remains such today, but now I must admit Piers Morgan has rather gone up in my estimation.
Yesterday, taking to Twitter, the journalist observed of the ‘Modern Day Mrs Simpson’ formerly known as Meghan Markle and outrageously given her disgraceful antics still Duchess of Sussex:
“It’s amusing how my legitimate criticism of someone like the ghastly Ms Markle is automatically categorised by the woke brigade as a) racist b) sexist c) damaging to her mental health or d) because I must fancy her. In fact, it’s just because she’s ghastly.”
In a subsequent tweet, Morgan added:
“I don’t hate Meghan Markle. I just hate the damage she and her drippy doormat husband are doing to the Royal Family & Monarchy with their constant unsubstantiated smears and attacks – whilst hypocritically exploiting their royal titles for huge financial gain.”
Going further and responding to someone named Vivek Khashu – a man supposedly “less trustworthy than a GB News presenter according to Patrick Cristys” (whoever he may be) according to his very own Twitter handle – Morgan summed up his thoughts on the “Sussexes’ antics” and also gave a view on Prince Harry’s disgraceful uncle, the Duke of York:
“I’ve written many columns & tweets heavily criticising Andrew and saying what he’s done is far worse than the Sussexes’ antics. So either you’re blind, wilfully ignorant or dumb as a two-ton boulder.”
Piers Morgan is spot on and we salute him for standing up the ghastly bullies of the ‘Sussex Squad’ – a group of publicity peddling trolls that includes the especially boorish Christopher Bouzy and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge loathing Finding Freedom ‘author’ Omid Scobie. It is time that these people were called out for what they are and it is time all that those that legitimately criticise the money motivated Duke and Duchess of Sussex to be allowed to remind them that they gave up responsibilities and thus gave up their rights also.
Paraphrasing Clarkson once again, today we conclude: “Americans. It took us 35 years to get rid of Prince Harry. Please don’t send him or his wicked wife back and whilst you’re at it take in the man who paid £12 million to a woman he’d supposedly never met, Prince Andrew and his feckless wife Fergie, also. Thank you ever kindly.”