The left have solidarity just as long as everyone is in lockstep - it's Prorg logicThis is a good example of why the right is so successful. Even when they disagree with each other about some things, they're willing to put these differences aside when there's an opportunity to score points against a common enemy. Yet for all its rhetoric about "solidarity", the left usually does the exact opposite, so you see people on Twitter wishing an agonising death on each other because, while they probably agree about damn near everything else, one of them thinks electric cars are a good thing while the other wants to fully pedestrianise every town and city in the UK, or something like that.
That really is quite astonishingly stupid. It's almost enough to make you suspect it's a genius pro-Brand move on the lowdown.Some idiot from the government sent letters to Twitter, Facebook, TikTok and Rumble pressuring them to demonetise Brand's content and now his supporters are pointing to it as proof of a conspiracy against him.
Calvin Robinson (not a real vicar) won't be appearing on GBNews (not technically a news channel) on 'Tonight with Dan Wootton' (which won't be starring Dan Wootton who has been suspended) because Calvin has also been suspended by the anti-cancel culture broadcaster.
Speaking of Alex Jones:The list of, ahem, 'celebrities' who've rushed to defend Brand is not limited to Andrew Tate and Elon Musk, by the way. It now includes Alex Jones, Lawrence Fox, Tucker Carlson, Katie Hopkins, George Galloway, Piers 'Morgan' Moron, Roger Stone, Tommy Robinson and Michael Barrymore.