“I don’t hack, I just have a great rack” rent-a-gob Madeline Grant’s attack on Gina Miller is uncalled for and below the standard of what one expects from ‘The Telegraph’
The Telegraph’s Madeline Grant uses the nickname ‘Madz’ on Twitter and that moniker definitely reflects her acerbic personality.
Aside from bizarrely describing herself as a “Janeite, cardigan fanatic and James Bond bore. Mastermind semi-finalist” on her handle, this chippy assistant comment editor decided to have a go at Gina Miller this morning and claimed: “I couldn’t care less about [her].”
Mockingly referencing Miller as “(Re)Gina,” Grant – a woman who was disciplined whilst at Oxford for using the slogan: “I don’t hack. I just have a great rack” as part of her campaign to become the Union Librarian (she later was later fined £120) – announced:
“Legal commentators are calling for a statue of (Re)Gina Miller to be erected in Parliament Square. Gloating Remainers cannot see – or prefer to ignore – the blind fury they are stoking among the general public.”
“At a time of political turmoil, I’m not impressed that those tasked with scrutiny are buying into a convenient ‘girl power’ narrative. Miller, an investment fund manager, has often played the plucky underdog, claiming she was moved to action when her 11-year-old son told her: ‘You’re going to do something, mummy, you always do.’ This schmaltz obscures what she really is – the figurehead for a group of super rich backers.”
“Speaking as a woman, I couldn’t care less about her gender. I care that activists are using their wealth and influence to block a democratic outcome.”
On Twitter, this poison pen went further and shared an image of the lady she plainly has little to no understanding of. She accompanied it with a silly message: “Tonight Matthew, I’m going to be Shania Twain #thatdontimpressmemuch”
Shame on this mouthy millennial minx. “Deeply offensive” and “damaging to women” Madeline Grant ought to go back to where she belongs: The school playground.