Sisters in Shock

Jack Monroe’s analysis of Katie Hopkins’s supposed “sacking” by the ‘Mail Online’ illustrates just one thing: The pair are actually virtually the same and simply ‘Sisters in Shock’

 

Yesterday, in a column for The Guardian, the self-opinionated, self-serving know-all Jack Monroe (sometimes a woman, sometimes ‘Gender X’ and sometimes no gender at all) shared her views about her equally bombastic adversary, Katie Hopkins, leaving the Mail Online in the wake of the paper having to pay libel damages to a school teacher named Jackie Teale.

 

In her words, Monroe, in spite of claiming “[Hopkins’s] sacking is nothing to celebrate” and admitting “I have been nasty on the Internet,” provides illustration yet again of her true character. Here, in suggesting Hopkins is “deemed too much” for even Mail Online readers and claiming she, herself, “take[s] responsibility for [her] words, and try to be better,” Monroe just illustrates that there two women are exactly the same and motivated by one thing only – the next pay cheque for their outrageous words.

 

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Never thought I’d say this but I actually prefer Hopkins. At least she isn’t as sanctimonious as Monroe and at least she doesn’t do the bleeding heart thing.

  2. Your pictures do neither birdy any favour!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I will pass on requesting them be sent Down Under!!!!!!!!!!!!! They are plainly down and dirty in the slurry tank already and probably getting mutually pleasured!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Filth!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Dirty birdies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Pointless people that have no place anywhere. Neither of them contribute anything and instead spread their negative messages and hateful attitudes. Extremists from both left and the right should just be ignored and here are two of the finest and most pointless examples. Both of them are sick in the head.

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