And another thing

Just a bit of housekeeping – I didn’t get a clear answer to what non-Twitter users actually see [with their peepers] below.  Twitter users see the picture and some words about the topic – does the non-Twitter user see anything at all or is it just a blank or a blur?

So let’s start:

Here was the text:

@GOPChairwoman subverts our Elections and NO ONE seems to mind. Midterms..she left 49 Districts uncontested..State of Virginia last night..10 Districts uncontested! We can’t WIN if we don’t have a candidate! @realDonaldTrump you need to LOOK..she is costing you your Majority!

It then went on to say: ‘Uncle pictured with deep state operatives,’ a gallery of photos above, Mitt Romney circled.

Ah, I was not sufficiently up with that relationship – hence Mitt Romney confirmed for the Senate for the midterms and no one could work out why – well none of us could anyway.

So the question stands – why were those seats not contested at all? At least it would have been a pair of eyes in there to see what went on. Also the question of Sessions making a comeback – whaaaa? How? Who would trust him? Yet a few insider pundits say he’ll get the nomination.

And before we move on:

Fox News executives ban Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson from saying name of alleged whistleblower Eric Ciaramella

Sorry what was his name again?

Let’s move on:

That one’s just way too long if you can’t see anything, being a non-Twitter user. Text:

Excl: ERG chief @SteveBakerHW has told local Tory party associations to bar any MP or candidate from standing in the election if they’re campaigning for a No Deal as part of a secret pact with the Brexit Party

With the evidence below. Now, this Baker was one of the radical pro-Brexiteers, with Mogg. Both have backtracked and look at that text again.

So WTF?  What is going on here?  The vast majority on this side of politics wants a pact, the ERG and Cummings want none of it.  The WA we saw yesterday was not altered from May’s at all.

8 comments for “And another thing

  1. FoS
    November 7, 2019 at 13:47

    O wad some powr the giftie gie us:

    The view of the twitterless.

    • November 7, 2019 at 13:53

      Greatly and deeply appreciated, sir. My course is adjusted.

  2. Penseivat
    November 7, 2019 at 15:06

    So if an applicant to be a Tory party candidate wants Brexit, without a deal if necessary, but of his or her own volition and not part of a secret deal with the Brexit Party, can they still be considered?
    If a deal is secret, then few people know about it, so how would the Tory party grandees know? Will they just assume without any evidence? Sounds like Star Chamber stuff.

  3. Andy5759
    November 7, 2019 at 21:42

    I read an article about Agatha Christie and the clever way in which she constructed her novels. Apparently she introduced characters in a certain way and in certain numbers to cause the reader to become almost hypnotised. That confusion meant that the reader didn’t necessarily miss the important clues, in fact there were clues everywhere. The reader was befuddled by cleverly choreographed characters cavorting through the pages.

    I don’t want to be a bit part player in an Agatha Christie novel.

  4. Old Peculier
    November 8, 2019 at 06:29

    Hi James, my computer is behaving itself today. I can actually see all the twitter thingies!

    AS for the election and brexit, Boris is May, May is Boris, Moggys gone soggy.
    Farrage needs to loose off a barrage at the whole lot of them 😉

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