Wally of the Week – Dame Vivienne Westwood

Fruitcake Dame Vivienne Westwood behaves as normal during a BBC News interview and declares the media “morons”

Dame Vivienne Westwood is certainly predictable. Appearing on BBC News this morning to discuss why she’d chained herself up in a metal structure outside the Old Bailey, this crazy crackpot told Victoria Derbyshire that the media were “morons.” She then banged on about how Julian Assange was “locked in a concrete cage.”

“I am Julian Assange” added this bizarre woman and when asked about why Wikileaks had endangered lives by publishing sensitive documents, she launched into a further rant.

Dame Vivienne Westwood – whom was turfed out of the Green Party over her decision to base her companies in the tax haven that is Luxembourg – should now do something else: Learn the art of silence.

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  1. I should have bought the Westwood Brexit shoes . The old Dame should stick to what she knows best and its not public speaking !

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