Jailbird billionaire Martha Stewart bizarrely suggests nobody except murderers should be in jail
Last week, Martha Stewart spent just over an hour talking to the Katie Couric Podcast. She spoke about her time in jail and of her experience there claimed: “It was like I went to Yale for five months… No one should have to go through that indignity, except for murderers.”
Plainly, whilst Stewart might have a point about prison not being the right solution for every criminal, that she came out with such a comment is nothing but ridiculous. Would this out of touch multi-billionaire with four palatial homes have paeodphiles and terrorists left wandering the streets?
Elsewhere on the podcast, Stewart remarked: “I could have pretty much everything… I should have bought everything. And I could have… But I’m not an extravagant liver… I do live on 150 acres but I don’t have a butler.” How charming.
They should get this woman and Katie Hopkins in the same room to have a debate on something very both feel very strongly about. It could be anything, as from what I read, they both feel very strongly about everything.
A scary prospect. Perhaps putting them together in a mud filled bath might be more fun.
Better still……….Wet concrete !!!
Liz Jones oozes malevolence and malignity in her venomous bite, the venom the spiteful woman expels from her fangs contains zootoxins that facilitates the immobilisation and digestion of her victims. The sarcasm , resentment and hate reflected in her articles and columns are like daggers penetrating naked flesh. There was a vindictive malevolence expression on her face when she launched a unprovoked attack on Evander Holyfield on Celebrity Big Brother. Holyfield apparently spanked a horse. Liz has a passive aggressive personality and must sort herself out, otherwise she will be remembered as the dirt water Duchess of Fleet Street.
I think while Katie Hopkins says things she knows will raise hackles and has a cynical – and successful – approach to get exposure and coverage, Liz Jones is somehow scarier and yes as Philip Schofield says, unhinged. She really does believe what she writes/moans about which is a lot more worrying.