Rent-a-gob celebrity has been all the rage for some time. Recently, it has become derigeur amongst the millionaire class of Hollywood and the arts world, collectively aligned against the Tango Man.
Over the past few days J Kunt Growling has waded into another Twatter spat against him.
She accused him of ignoring a three year old disabled boy called Monty at an event. She stated on Twatter he could not “bring himself to shake the hand of a small boy who only wanted to touch the President.” She wrote the display was “stunning” and “horrible,” calling the president a “monster of narcissism” in a series of seven tweets. She spewed forward a tirade of abuse against him.
Here is the rub. It turned out she was WRONG and The Donald had in fact interacted with Monty.
So after facing a Twatter and social meejah backlash she apologised to Monty and his family. Good you may think. However, she did NOT apologise to the Tango Man. She only deleted the tweets after the storm of condemnation.
This sanctimonious storyteller does not have the manners and decency to apologise to the subject of her criticism and abuse. She cannot bring herself to undertake a simple act of contrition. Her tweets of lies and abuse were re-tweeted 75,000 times by her followers.
I wonder what ‘Jack’ ( or whatever he/she is called this week) Monroe thinks of gobby Growling’s behaviour? After all ‘Jack’ sued Katie Hopkins for a mistaken tweet meant for someone else. Here we have J Kunt defaming the President of the US of A, without any justification and still has (and does) not apologise to him.
This is what we have come to expect from a woman who holds the warmongering and crooked Killary Kiloton in such high esteem. She is also a Barry Obummer groupie. Additionally, her great wisdom of all things political is shown by her sycophantic love of the EU.
She applies to geopolitics her simplistic knowledge of who and what she THINKS are good and evil from her childish books. She should stick to writing mind-numbing fairytales and leave politics and real world issues to the grown-ups. Living in a world of fantasy and fiction, so it would seem, she doesn’t need to let facts get in the way of a (fake) story.
I have just one question for J Kunt. Who is the narcissist in this true life story? I recommend she looks in the mirror for the answer.
Nominated by Mike Oxard.