As it is revealed that the nemesis of the Duchess of Sussex that is Sadie Quinlan (AKA ‘Yankee Wally’) has been given a radio show, the Bot Sentinel bore that is Christopher Bouzy has a moronic meltdown
No longer shutdown courtesy of the antics of the bombastic birdbrained berk behind Bot Sentinel, Christopher Bouzy, Global News Ink reported that Quinlan had “signed a multi-year deal” and that “her videos [will] be seen on the station” and she has been “offered a weekly talk radio show slot to discuss all the latest news about the royal family.”
Going further, Barbara Sobel of Sobel Promotions – the firm which has taken on Quinlan – remarked:
“People have tried to silence Yankee in the past like many truth seekers and reporters.”
“One can be banned from Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube, but there are always other outlets.”
“Yankee Wally is a welcome addition to the station and its millions of listeners from around the world.”
“One can dox on social media; that is for amateurs. Yankee Wally is no amateur. This is why she was quickly grabbed and put under contract for her videos and upcoming radio show.”
Elsewhere yesterday, Quinlan was featured in an article titled “Royal rumblers: Inside the world of anti-Meghan Markle YouTube” by Chris Stokel-Walker for Input. In it, another former YouTuber, Sue Smith, suggested of who got her and Quinlan banned: “I think it has something to do with Christopher Bouzy… I’m sure you must know who that is.”
Now, though the PR peddling pillock Omid Scobie – author of Finding Freedom, the ragbag of rabid rubbish that the Duchess of Sussex rather conveniently forgot about contributing to – will definitely be next to have another hissy fit about this news, today we join those celebrating the return of ‘Yankee Wally.’ We look forward to much more from her and to yet more royal roastings.
Pictured top – The murky, mucky minx formerly known as Meghan Markle may have tried to use her connections to silence ‘Yankee Wally,’ but she has unsurprisingly failed and simply caused her supporters to help her find new channels to share her thoughts.