Nikolay Kalinin salutes the YouTube pranksters who managed to bribe Piers Corbyn into stop criticising the AstraZeneca vaccine
Piers Corbyn, much like Reform UK’s Richard Tice, is a deranged clot, even if 20,000 people voted for him in the London mayoral election. However, his reign as Britain’s biggest ignoramuses is about to come to an end, because he has just been exposed by none other than two YouTube pranksters.
Josh Pieters and Archie Manners – known best for awarding far-right prattler Katie Hopkins with a ‘Campaign to Unify The Nations’ (or C*NT for short) trophy – recently released a video in which they ‘gave’ Corbyn £10,000 in order to stop criticising the AstraZeneca vaccine and focus on the other vaccines instead.
Having bought a share worth £100 of AstraZeneca in order to make themselves look legitimate, Pieters and Manners met up with Corbyn in order to offer him the money, which he swiftly accepted.
Corbyn however insisted that the donation should not influence him to make any “policy changes,” to which Manners responded: “We’re not asking for a change in policy or anything but if there is anything that could be done to focus a bit on Pfizer or Moderna… that would be a useful thing.”
Through a series of elaborate tricks, the two were able to swap the real money with Monopoly money when Corbyn wasn’t looking. The latter then told the two: “If people ask where’s this come from I’ll say… it’s a businessman who runs restaurants.”
Corbyn later commented on the prank on the anti-vaxx platform Brand New Tube as an “attempted frame up” – a statement completely inaccurate, considering he instantly agreed to take the money, showing that he was interested in the offer – and also stated: “I would never compromise our campaign principles. There are many attacks against us all now; this is one be careful of more.”
Not only is Piers Corbyn a massive piffle-spitter with the intellectual ability of a tadpole, but he is also a sellout. Now also, it has been proven that he has utterly no credibility and therefore does not deserve any kind of following.
I commend Pieters and Manners for exposing this whining nutcase, and I really hope that next they’ll pull off a successful prank on Laurence Fox or Richard Tice, because if there’s anyone who can destroy a loony’s career in ten minutes, it’s them.