Articles from THE BLOT REPORT
In another ludicrously ignorant piece, Rowan Dean, the silliest little fellow from the Sky After Dark (SAD) menagerie, said “This summer I have had a Road to Damascus style conversion, yes folks I am now a firm believer in climate change.
While many of the bizarre and disturbing personalities involved in the Capitol invasion have been discussed at length elsewhere, and to a lesser extent on this blog1, there is another aspect has not been examined in detail until more recently. The participation of off-duty police officers in the invasion of the Capitol building in Washington has raised concerns that there are a considerable number of white-supremacists within police departments across the U.S.
Alexandra Marshall describes herself as an IT professional, farmer, writer and political blogger. She writes for the Spectator, a magazine edited by perhaps the craziest of the crazies on Sky After Dark (SAD), one Rowan Dean, who has been the subject of derision here before1.
She tweeted: Our grandparents fought against the cataclysm of socialism to make sure [Australia] remained a free and prosperous nation. Lest We Forget.2
Out of the blue, I received a message on Twitter that my account had been locked for a week for ‘promoting or encouraging suicide or self-harm’. This was because of a Tweet I sent in response to one from Richard G. Corbett, former leader of the UK Labour Party in the European Parliament. Corbett’s Tweet was concerned with the mess in which Brexit had left the UK.
Sky News Australia tweets drivel on a regular basis, mostly from the unhinged Rowan Dean and sundry others of the after dark menagerie. However, this one went unattributed, so I can only presume the person wasn’t game enough to include their by-line. They tweeted:
“Biased CNN anchor Don Lemon has delivered an unhinged and baseless rant alleging every person who voted for Donald Trump is actually a Nazi and a member of the Ku Klux Klan.”1
There have been many images floating around of some of the nutters involved in the insurrection which invaded the Capitol building in Washington DC last week. Most of the photos were Trump followers, who were simply idiots who were so supremely gullible that they believe anything Trump says. There was one person in what looked like a bearskin hat with a pair of protruding horns, face painted and lacking a shirt.